Teaching PPE can get a little confusing for students, so these activities are meant to break it down so it can be taught in a way that builds to a better understanding. Due to distance learning, or even a lack of PPE materials to practice with, I wanted to create a way for students to have a “hands-on” experience without having the actual PPE to work with. Therefore, each activity comes with both and in-class or distance learning option.
This download comes with 4 activities. I made sure to provide electronic or distance learning options for those who need it.
- “Intro to PPE”: This worksheet comes in a printable version with the KEY included as well as a fillable PDF. The purpose of this worksheet is to introduce students to the basics of PPE. Works great as a first step introduction to the topic.
- “Transmission Based Precautions”: This worksheet also comes in a printable version with KEY and a fillable PDF. This one builds off of the Intro to PPE worksheet by looking at the second-tier guidelines for special situations.
- “Dressed for Success”: This is a scenario-based activity and can be done in several ways. The first is just to print out the scenarios and have students dress in PPE to match the solution. I have also included a “PPE cutouts” where the items can all be cut out and dressed up. The final option is to do the drag-and-drop option using the Google Slides document. (see video preview for a sneak peek)
- “What’s Your Sign”: This activity is another way to review those Transmission-Based Precautions. Students will need to place the appropriate signs on the doors of the patients using the short description provided. You can either print these out or have them use the Google Slides drag-and-drop option. (see video preview in the thumbnails for a sneak peek)
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Very cute and thought out
This product was a great activity to use in the classroom to introduce PPE and to get the students interacting with the lesson.
I love that this unit includes Transmission- Based Precautions. TB precautions is always a hard concept for the students to grasp vs standard precautions, the "paper doll" portion will help the students to visualize the difference!
Oh this is such a great lesson for distance learning. This was a great replacement for my students not being able to interact with the actual PPE. The graphics and images were so creative and my students enjoyed the lessons.
Amazing product!! It was a nice digital addition to my lessons.
Great for engaging online students in PPE Lessons.