Louisville, Ky. – Louisville, Ky. – Donate Life KY is revolutionizing elementary education by bringing their live-in-person class, Life is Cool, to an online platform created specifically for fourth graders in Kentucky and West Virginia.
Life Is Cool’s Live is Cool program meets the requirements of the state-approved curriculum standards like organs, corneas of tissues, blood, and how important it is to make sound choices. The program is designed to teach students about the importance of organ donation.
Teachers can register their classes for the program independently without disclosing information about students. Students can also use the resources available through the website. This includes an instructional manual for digital devices, which includes discussion topics and teaching aids for ten lessons, and instructional videos that finish each task. There is also an assessment book that monitors the student’s progress.
Donate Life KY has moved to the web-based platform due to the pandemic currently in so that students would be capable of participating in this educational program however, now, they’re available online. Its Life is Cool program offers students an unforgettable experience that aids students in understanding in their beginning stages the role organs play in helping help save lives.
“Health education at a young age is important, and this new program will play a great role in teaching students about their bodies and increasing health equity in the state,” said Leigh Pennington, a community educator with Donate Life KY. “This program exemplifies what Donate Life KY does so well, bringing communities together to learn about organ and tissue donation/transplantation. “Sri Lanka lawyer detained for two years in connection with suspicions of links to terror gets bail.