Luma Learning Strategies in the Transportation Industry
Teaching Without A Teaching Degree: Luma Learning Lessons contains 52 lesson plans and worksheets with 106 different teaching strategies designed for the trucking industry that can easily be adapted to suit any age and content topic.
Our free Luma Learning Lessons include objectives, estimated time, materials and instructional procedures for classroom and online teaching. You can use parts of each lesson for a blended experience, meaning part online and part f2f. We include these pillars from our learning research to illustrate where they are infused in our lessons.
|1.||Ask the class to brainstorm a list of chemical hazards in their workplace. See how many items you can brainstorm.|
|2.||Ask how they currently know if they are a hazard.|
|3.||Put students in groups. Have them come up with a team name. This makes it fun and adds an element of competition.|
|4.||Tell them you are going to play a game. Pass out the GHS Hazard Communication: Pictograms of Hazards Note Cards. Have them quiz each other on the different cards. Have them practice until they are very familiar with the images.|
|5.||Bring in items like WD-40/acetone or similar items that are common at your workplace that are easy to bring into a classroom.|
|6.||Ask the users as a group to decide which image should go with the different artifacts you bring in and ask them why. They have to correctly identify the pictogram and also the reason for including it.|
|7.||Have them write down the list and see how many they get correct.|
|8.||Optional: Give out prizes for the top groups.|
|1.||Provide the Luma GHS Hazard Communication: Pictograms of Hazards or a similar online content.|
|2.||They will practice in an online game.|
|3.||Meet with participants one-on-one via LumaLive or similar technology to review the important items at your workplace where these pictograms are important.|