How To Deal With Emergencies
As a teacher, you are entrusted with the safety of your students. This can be challenging at times because there will always be emergencies that come up. Whether it is a fire drill, an intruder on school premises or any other type of emergency, you’ll need to know how to handle it in order to keep peace in classroom. We’ll discuss what happens during emergencies and how teachers should react when they arise and also we will mention the importance of classroom and teacher emergency kit perfect for a disaster that is really useful.
The first thing you should do when an emergency happens is to stay calm. A lot of people who are in the same place as you will be freaking out, so it’s vital that you don’t follow their example and show your students how to react appropriately. If someone has been injured during the incident, call 911 immediately and only go over what happened after paramedics have arrived at the scene.
As a teacher, one of your main responsibilities is making sure that nobody gets hurt in case there’s an accident or anything else like this occurs on school premises (e.g., fire). Your first priority should always be keeping peace in classroom because panic can cause even more harm than whatever caused the initial problem itself
Your next step would be putting together some kind of plan of action. For example, if there’s a fire in the building you’ll want to get your students out as quickly and safely as possible before firefighters arrive on scene
Last but not least, when dealing with emergencies make sure that all children are accounted for at all times. As long as everyone is safe and sound this will once again ensure peace in classroom (e.g., kids stay calm). If someone is still missing after everything has settled down it would be best to call 911 immediately .