How to Wash Your Hands

How to Wash Your Hands

Luma Learning Strategies in the Transportation Industry

With the outbreak of the coronavirus increasing, this is a good time to reinforce the importance of washing your hands. This is especially true since many people are heading out for spring break! This Learning Lesson provides participants with the opportunity to practice and model for others.
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Our free Luma Learning Lessons include objectives, estimated time, materials and instructional procedures for classroom and online/blended teaching. We will provide strategies on how to use our new LumaLive technology to collaborate virtually in real-time. We include these pillars from our learning research to illustrate where they are infused in our lessons.

Lesson #29: How to Wash your Hands

Objectives

  • Recall the steps for washing your hands.
  • Describe the importance of washing your hands.

Estimated Time

15 minutes

Materials

  • LumaLive or similar technology
  • Post-Its or paper and tape
  • Computer or Smartphone
  • eNugget® on How to Wash your Hands or similar online content.

Instructional Procedures for F2F
  1. Send out our eNugget® on How to Wash your Hands before class.
  2. Come to class and have each participant demonstrate how to wash their hands.
  3. AuthenticityEngagementEfficiencyHave each finish and write down a reason it is important to wash your hands. Post those reminders in the bathrooms throughout the building.
  4. AuthenticityEngagementOptional: You can give out health and wellness awards for employees that do not miss work for being sick.

Instructional Procedures for Blended/Online
  1. EfficiencySend out our eNugget® on How to Wash your Hands before class.
  2. AuthenticityEngagementHave drivers submit videos of demonstrations of them washing their hands on the discussion board. Choose 1 to send out to the entire fleet.
  3. AuthenticityEngagementOptional: You can give out health and wellness awards for employees that do not miss work for being sick.
Check out these free printable resources from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC):


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