Virtual Learning

 

With hybrid and virtual environments becoming the “new normal” due to COVID-19, CORE is providing an interactive module for your students to have an online lesson on organ donation. Each student can participate at their own pace, but the module typically takes around 30-45 minutes to complete. To access this free resource, students and teachers may create profiles where they list their first and last name, email address and school. Additionally, after completing the modules, we are able to schedule a virtual meeting where our Program Coordinator, Francesca Ferrante, can do a live Q&A with the students.

 

  Save Lives With CORE — Virtual Module


CORE Student Camps

If you’re looking for a more in-depth experience for your students, we have created a virtual version of our CORE Student Camps this year. We understand school schedules have changed this year, so the “live” portion of the camp will be limited to two 1-hour sessions. If you are familiar with the program, the sessions will be the General Cadaver Demonstration with St. Louis University from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., and Eye Bank Walkthrough/Real Life Stories from 1 – 2 p.m. The students are asked to have completed the online module, prior to the first session at 11 a.m. If your students are working remotely, you will only be allowed 25 students/connections. However, if you are streaming from an auditorium or classroom in your school, you may have as many students as you’d like on that one connection.

 

Real Life Stories


If there is anything else we are able to do to help you educate your students during this time, please do not hesitate to contact Francesca Ferrante at fferrante@core.org.