A Chronic Condition E-Learning Module for School Nurses to Train Afterschool Teachers and Staff

Kristen Welker, Carol Cox, Haley Bylina, Hailee Baer, Shelby Duessel
2021 International Journal of Designs for Learning  
This case presents the design and assessment (at the Interaction level) of a student chronic condition e-learning module. The module is to be used by school nurses as a traditional presentation aid/slideshow to support their on-ground trainings for afterschool staff on how to manage students with chronic health conditions participating in afterschool programs. However, it also serves as an interactive, one-stop-shop for more detailed education and information on the conditions (e.g., additional
more » ... prevention and treatment materials, step-by-step emergency actions for staff during and after school, resources for more training and education). Trained teachers and staff can then spend post-training time at home reading and interacting with module materials to go more in-depth on the material that the school nurses presented. Also, the module was created to be viewed on mobile devices and tablets that afterschool staff would keep with them, possibly referring to them in real-time for prevention or emergency actions.
doi:10.14434/ijdl.v12i3.31195 fatcat:za2wm4rvcbe55acy2ioophvv5m