- 4 hours of video
- 5.6 hours completion time
- 4 Multiple Choice Assessments
- 14 Optional Skill Building Activities
- Realschool building examples
Senior Project Coordinator NEA Health Information Network
What's Your IEQ?
A Roadmap to School
Indoor Environmental Quality
This program was jointly developed by Educational Impact and the National Education Association to provide teachers and administrators with common sense ways to identify potential indoor air quality problems in their school buildings. Once identified, the experts in the program provide you with an array of options to eliminate the problem or seek the professional expertise necessary to rectify the situation.
Following are just some of the questions you will be able to answer after completing this informative program:
- Can your student’s headaches be attributed to an improperly functioning building exhaust system?
- There are six common triggers for students with asthma. Are any of them present in your classroom?
- Some studies have shown that 25% of all school cleaning supplies are hazardous. Where should the cleaning supplies in your school or classroom be stored?
- Is the office equipment in your school located in a place with adequate ventilation? If not you may be vulnerable to an array of health risks.
- Many building materials require special handling. Are your student’s runny noses and itchy eyes attributable to exposure to the ongoing renovation project at your school? If so what can you do about it?
- The truth about exposure to common chemicals and materials used in your science class labs…. and which ones you must specifically avoid
- Do your school windows open? Why you must know what is happening on your school grounds BEFORE you open the windows during those warm spring days
and much more...