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Title

Chain of Life

Age
15-17
Grade(s)
10-12
School Program
Language Arts
Healthy Living
Social Responsibility
Workshop
Teacher's Guide
Curricula
Civics
Video
Educational Program
Description
Chain of Life is a comprehensive school-based ESL and English Language Arts program with a mission to educate youth ages 15–17 about organ and tissue donation. Developed in the province of Quebec, Chain of Life may be suitable for adapting in other jurisdictions.
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

Video: How Organ Donation Works

Age
14-18
Grade(s)
8-12
Video
Description
Organ donation is an incredible gift. A number of things have to happen in sequence and in a really specific way for a person to become an organ donor.
Watch this video to learn how organ donation works in Canada.
Title

Donation & Transplant Stories - PEI

Age
11-18
Grade(s)
6-12
Story
Speakers
Video
Description
For teachers and students in PEI. Information and stories about donors and transplant recipients in PEI. Use this information to complement your lesson plan with local context.
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: The Orgamites' Five Healthy Tips

Age
6-11
Grade(s)
K-5
Video
Healthy Living
Description
In this charming animated video, the Orgamites introduce five mighty simple ways to ensure kids stay mighty healthy. This video complements the Orgamites' Teacher Toolkit #2 - Let's Get Mighty Healthy.
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

Video: The Orgamites - Superheroes Inside

Age
6-11
Grade(s)
K-5
Video
Social Responsibility
Description
Captain Marrow and the Orgamites explain who the real Superheroes are — Organ Donors! While reminding viewers about power of their "Mighty Organs" using concepts of recycling, upcycling and lifecycling. Superheroes Inside is a great complement to Teacher Toolkit #3 - The Mighty Kind Movement.
Title

Video: Learning to Save Lives - Organs and Tissues

Age
11-18
Grade(s)
6-12
Video
Description
A 90-second video describing the basics on organ and tissue donation, types of donors, organs and tissues that can be donated.
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.
Title

Video: One Life... Many Gifts

Age
14-18
Grade(s)
8-12
Video
Science
Description
In addition to the curriculum booklets, One Life...Many Gifts offers an accompanying video that shows the emotional journeys of several of the individuals and families who are profiled within.

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