New Resources from e-Bug include:
- Peer Education Resources
- Assembly Activities
- Teacher Training Module
- Lesson plans for European Antibiotic Awareness Day
E-Bug have launched a new webpage on their teacher section called ‘“Teacher Tools”. Here you will find a range of resources that teachers and other educators can use with school age children and young adults
1.Peer Education Resources: These can be used by older school aged children to teach their peers about microbes, the spread of infection, and antibiotic resistance. The resources include:
- School Peer Education Resource Pack outlines how the workshops can be run by schools.
- Science Show Peer Educator Manual informs peer educators on how to deliver the science show to their peers.
- Antibiotic Peer Education lesson plan on antibiotics can be run in schools and adapted for students aged 11 and up.
All materials can be downloaded from eBugs dedicated Peer Education Webpage
2. Assembly Activities : The best of e-Bug has been brought together in this Activity Pack. Full of fun interactive activities around microbes and the spread and treatment of infection, perfect for an assembly setting.
3. e-Bug Teacher Training Module: Complete the e-Bug training to help you optimise your teaching around microbes and hygiene. Complete the online evaluation to get 3 CPD points, approved by The Royal Society for Biology, and also for your chance to win a set of giant microbes! Visit e-Bugs training page to learn more.
4. European antibiotic Awareness Day – 18th November
This annual event annually aims to raise awareness of the risk associated with inappropriate use of antibiotics and to encourage people to use them responsibly.
Get your school involved with the campaign by using e-bugs antibiotic lesson plans for junior (7-11 year olds), senior (12-15 year olds) and young adults (15-18 year olds). See also the peer education resources around antibiotics above.