Off Leash Obstacle: A One Health Lesson
With the understanding that health of people, animals and the environment are interdependent, One Health takes an integrative approach to complex problems. Students will learn that it is necessary to work collaboratively with people from multiple sectors, disciplines, and communities to find sustainable and balanced solutions to problems to optimizes the health of people, animals, and the environment. This exercise is also intended to encourage young people to look at a problem from multiple perspectives.
To get started, download and print the teacher’s guide and student role cards below. Make a copy of the Google Slides so that students are able to edit the slides to complete the activity.
This resource was designed in collaboration with Michele Anholt, DVM, PhD, Senior Specialist from the University of Calgary.
Teacher's Guide and Student Resources
Click on the buttons below to access the resources. Download and print the Teacher’s Guide and the Student Role Cards. For a more student led version on the activity, use the Google Slides. Make a copy of the Google Slides so that students are able to edit the slides to complete the activity.