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Title

One Life... Many Gifts

Age
15-18
Grade(s)
10-12
Curricula
Educational Program
Lesson Plan
Language Arts
Science
Civics
Social Responsibility
Biology
Miscellaneous
School Program
Teacher's Guide
Description
One Life...Many Gifts is a curriculum resource to educate senior secondary school students about the vital importance of organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Though developed in Ontario, these materials may be suitable for use in other regions.
Title

International Teaching Resources

Age
11-18
Grade(s)
6-12
Toolkit
Educational Program
Teacher's Guide
Science
Miscellaneous
Curricula
Description
A round up of teaching resources from around the world focused on donation and transplantations with cross-curricular links to science, health, language arts, ethics, civics and social responsibility.
Title

Organ and Tissue Donation in Nova Scotia

Age
11-18
Grade(s)
6-12
Story
Miscellaneous
Video
Description
In 2021, Nova Scotia became the first jurisdiction in North America to adopt a deemed consent model for organ donation. This resource page compiles links to transplant and donation stories and information specific to Nova Scotia. Include local stories in your lesson plan on organ donation and transplantation or bring the concept of deemed consent into your classroom discussions.
Title

Green Shirt Day - School events and activities

Age
5-18
Grade(s)
K-12
Event
Presentation
Miscellaneous
Activity
Lesson Plan
Toolkit
Description
Green Shirt Day is an opportunity to generate class discussions on organ donation, inspire action from students, and participate in a meaningful cross-Canada initiative. Learn about how you can spark a movement at your school on Green Shirt Day.
Title

Poster: Do you know where the Orgamites go?

Age
6-11
Grade(s)
K-5
Poster
Infographic
Science
Miscellaneous
Description
An Orgamites poster showing where each of our organs are located in the body.
Title

Meet Your Mighty Organs - An Orgamites Teacher Toolbox

Age
6-11
Grade(s)
K-5
Toolkit
Lesson Plan
Miscellaneous
Educational Program
School Program
Games
Presentation
Parent Guide
Teacher's Guide
Description
The mighty Orgamites are a team of nine life-saving organs (led by Captain Marrow) found in every one of us. They’re known as the mighty organs because they represent the most-donated parts of the body. Teacher Toolkit #1 has been developed to help students (K-5) gain basic knowledge and understanding of their organs and what they do inside their bodies and introduces the basic concepts of organ donation and transplantation.
Title

The Orgamites - It's What's Inside That Counts

Age
6-11
Grade(s)
K-5
Educational Program
School Program
Toolkit
Teacher's Guide
Parent Guide
Video
Miscellaneous
Science
Social Responsibility
Lesson Plan
Healthy Living
Description
The Orgamites is a global program for 6- to 11-year-olds Through the inspired use of creative tools, toys and tech, we hope to empower grown-ups to talk to their kids, and kids to talk to their grown-ups, about organ donation and healthy living.
Title

Video: Meet the Orgamites

Age
6-11
Grade(s)
K-5
Video
Miscellaneous
Description
The Orgamites are a colourful team of animated organs that represent the most-donated parts of the body, designed to speak to children 6-11 years old.
Title

Lifesaving organs and tissues that can be donated

Age
11-18
Grade(s)
6-12
Poster
Infographic
Miscellaneous
Science
Biology
Description
Find out which are the organs and tissues that are most often donated to patients in need of transplant.
Title

Let's Talk Science - Organ Transplantation Backgrounder

Age
11-18
Grade(s)
6-12
Science
Miscellaneous
Infographic
Healthy Living
Biology
Description
Learn about organ transplantation - what it is, how it can save lives, how your immune system responds, and how the matching process works.
Title

According to the research ...

Grade(s)
K-12
Miscellaneous
Description
Researchers around the globe interested in understanding the impact of education initiatives on young people and their overall awareness and approval of organ donation.
Title

"Live Life. Pass It On" Scholarship

Age
16-18
Grade(s)
12
Miscellaneous
Description
BC Transplant will award two $1000 scholarships to grade 12 students who lead an organ donation awareness project in their school or community 
Title

Video: Brain-based definition of death

Age
14-18
Grade(s)
8-12
Video
Science
Biology
Miscellaneous
Description
An animated video developed by the Canadian Critical Care Society (CCCS) in partnership with Canadian Blood Services (CBS) and the Canadian Medical Association (CMA to help explain the three pathways that lead to death.

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