1.27 KINES126 - KINES126.1 Wednesday Announcements None...

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KINES126.1 Wednesday, January 27, 1999 Announcements: None Lecture notes: Emergency Care : subdivision of School Health Services (which comprises part two of the Comprehensive School Health Program) continued... If an emergency should arise: note severity of injury contact the parents of the injured child make sure the injured person is placed under the care of physician or parent When reporting an emergency-- you must know: exact location of emergency exact telephone number your name, building, owner of building exact nature of what happened number of injured victims condition of the injured or the victims what is being done now to aid School Health Environment (part three of the Comprehensive School Health Program) Foster Cooperative Relationships Three types of individuals within the school you want to become friends with a.) school guidance counselor--he/she can help you with behavioral problems among students b.) custodial staff--important to be kind to the custodial
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Unformatted text preview: staff. They are the ones who stock your supplies, and clean the unpleasant smell of vomit if a child should become ill. c.) secretarial staff members--they are the individuals who can help you when you need last minute photo-copying done. • Treat people with respect • Note the physical setting (i.e. temperature, lighting, decorations--correct eye level for students) • Note the psychological setting Suggestions for creating positive psychological environment call each student by name give positive reinforcement for positive behavior talk to each student every day correct negative behavior on a one-to-one basis ask "feelings questions" as well as "knowing the answer" questions make sure every student gets to perform as a helper in classroom maintennance activities (don't play favorites) be pleasant, smile, and use direct eye contact when talking to students...
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