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Safety, Injury Prevention & First Aid - Chapter Summary
Let our lessons enhance your knowledge of safety, injury prevention and first aid, especially as it applies to physical education. Get to know about safety in the classroom, injury prevention, and types and methods of emergency care. Also discussed in this chapter are:
- Safety and progress of students in physical education classes
- Prevention and treatment of fitness injuries
- Definition of CPR
- Emergency care
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1. Student Progress & Safety in Physical Education Classes
Physical education teachers have an important responsibility to monitor students' progress and safety in class. This lesson provides some strategies for successfully acting as a monitor.
2. Preventing & Treating Fitness Injuries
Injuries are a risk whenever you start a fitness program. Learn about ways to prevent common injuries, such as sprains and strains, as well as how to treat them using the RICE method, which stands for rest, ice, compress and elevate, in this lesson.
3. What Is CPR? - Definition, History & Purpose
This lesson will provide you with information regarding a fascinating lifesaving technique called CPR that is used to revive an individual from death. Learn the definition of CPR and explore its history and purpose.
4. Providing Emergency Care: Types & Methods
This lesson will teach you the first important steps you may need to take during an emergency situation and some basic but important life-saving techniques you can use during such an emergency.
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Other chapters within the CSET Physical Education Subtest I (129): Practice & Study Guide course
- About the CSET Physical Education Test
- Physical Fitness & Development
- Motor Learning & Development
- Body Systems
- Motion & Movement
- Effects of Exercise
- Components of Wellness
- Physical Fitness Testing & Prescription
- Physiological Principles of Fitness
- Physical Education Class Planning
- Physical Individual & Team Activities
- Positive Effects of Fitness
- Physical Education Student Assessments
- CSET Physical Education Subtest 1 Flashcards