Keep Students Interested in Learning and Practicing CPR in School This Year!
Keeping your technology-loving middle and high school students focused in their CPR classes is a challenge, for sure. This school year, our LOOP CPR skills game might be your answer.
LOOP uses interactive music, video, head-to-head competition and other game-related concepts to create a compelling learning experience. Your students will be more engaged in their training, and that means better content retention and a fun learning experience for everyone.
Regular readers of this blog know that we just released a software update to our LOOP system, so the game is bigger and better than ever.
If you’re new to LOOP, we’ve got some resources for you to learn more about this award-winning, innovative learning system:
- Take a spin around our LOOP website for the complete details.
- See what your fellow instructors think about LOOP in some short video snippets on our blog.
- Download our LOOP ebook at the button at the end of today’s post.
- Watch our video for a quick overview on the software update.
- For more on teaching CPR in schools and how HSI can help you succeed, check out our blog post from August 5, 2014.
You can use LOOP as an ice-breaker at the beginning of class, or at the beginning and the end to show students how they have improved. A little friendly competition (between grades, home rooms, you name it) and a prize for the high scorer can be an enticement as well.
Your class is full of great information — help your students remember what you’ve taught them by getting them fully engaged in the material. Just be sure to schedule a little extra time for your skills sessions, because once the LOOP comes out, we think you’ll see quite a spike in the interest level in your classroom. You might have a hard time getting those kids out of there!