Educators’ resource, second edition
CanLyme is excited to announce the launch of the updated and revised resource for educators who teach in the outdoor classroom. Whether you are new to outdoor education or a seasoned wilderness guide, this teaching resource provides information through engaging learning experiences. Students can learn how to identify ticks and tick habitats so that they can avoid tick bites and recognize signs and symptoms of Lyme disease.
Lyme Education Awareness and Prevention (LEAP)
Second edition, spring 2021
This resource has been developed by the Lyme Education Awareness and Prevention (LEAP) team, an initiative of the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation (CanLyme). The purpose of this resource is to equip educators, their students and parents with knowledge about ticks and Lyme disease so that they can safely explore the outdoors with a new level of awareness.
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