TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EVOLUTION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
LEARNER CHARACTERISTICS
Educational level
lower secondary, higher secondary, vocational education
Τypical age range
From 12 To 20
Language level
B1-medium knowledge
FUNDING INFORMATION
LEARNING OBJECT
program / project:
METADATA
program / project:
CLASSIFICATION
Subject / Topic / Concept
Public Health > Communicable diseases > Other Geography - Geology > Maps > Types of maps Public Health > Health emergencies > Outbreaks
Learning resource type
map, dynamic graphic representation, timeline
APPEARS IN COLLECTIONS
PAFSE Collection
CONTRIBUTION
CONTRIBUTORS
Scientific coordinator: Tassos A. Mikropoulos (University of Ioannina)
Pedagogical coordinator: Dimitris Chalkidis (University of Ioannina)
Technical manager: Pavlos Gaintatzis (Univesity of Ioannina)
METADATA CONTRIBUTORS
LEARNING OBJECT / METADATA LICENSING & PUBLISHING
Licensor: Educational Approaches to Virtual Realities Laboratory (EARTH lab), University of Ioannina, Greece
Publisher: Educational Approaches to Virtual Realities Laboratory (EARTH lab), University of Ioannina, Greece
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Format
application/zip (22.13 MB)
Click and Play
click and play
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Language
english
Coverage or scope
The scope of the learning object is to make students familiar with the evolution of communicable diseases (endemic, epidemic or pandemic) in time and space. Student are given the option among nine recent communicable diseases and actively handle a timeline in order to see their authentic epidemic situation worlwide. The concepts of endemic diseases, epidemics and pandemics can be approached through a visual or inquiry way. The timeline can depict the unequal geographical distribution of diseases as well as several cases of epidemic outbreaks. Topics such as concerning the spread of epidemics and pandemics and the importance of traveling, the impact of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical interventions in the management of communicable diseases, the importance of vaccination for the eradication of diseases and the high risk of re-emergnece of diseases due to a decrease in vaccination coverage, can be addressed with the aid of this learning object.
IDENTIFIER
PHOTODENTRO
8586/34
LICENSE
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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
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