SafetySmart introduces a practical approach to teaching basic safety skills & social skills to students! The SafetySmart program aims to present simple behaviors and practices that will keep people safe and unharmed in the home, on the job, and on the street. These areas of living are critical, especially for a population that has history within our culture of being exploited, vulnerable, & victimized. Students are challenged to rethink common tendencies of everyday activities to become safer and smarter in their life. The SafetySmart program will teach your students: - How to be safe at home - How to be safe as a pedestrian - How to be safe using transportation - How to use the fire department - How to contact & interact with the police - How to access health care & help from pharmacy services - And more! With the help of the Stanfield Comedy Players, your students will see how these actors use videomodeling to demonstrate the LifeSmart and NotSmart ways to handle different situations. This exclusive clip is from SafetySmart 1. Your students will see why wearing a helmet is important, and NOT doing so is extremely unsafe.+ More details
Students at the Hatlen Center in San Pablo, CA, learn skills most of us take for granted - life skills to help them live independently. Now, after 36 years, the Hatlen Center has a chance to gain its own independence. Produced and edited by Matt Durning. Camera by Sweta Vorha, Matt Durning, and Bagassi Koura. Shot on a Sony DSR570. Edited on Final Cut Pro.+ More details
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