Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Medical Emergencies in the Classroom

From ProfHacker:

In the event of an emergency, dismiss the class and clear the room if possible. Be aware that the student in distress may well feel very self-conscious about what has happened. If they have a friend in the class, it might be helpful to have that person remain behind. If an ambulance, medical professional, or campus safety officer is coming to help the student, have one student meet them in the parking lot or entrance to the building and guide them to the classroom. It is also a good idea to pack the student’s belongings for them so that they don’t lose their materials — e.g. their wallet, their laptop, their books…

You can read more here.

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http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_skills/2013/02/medical-emergencies-in-the-classroom.html

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