CPR Reflection

What was something you learned that you didn’t know or consider before?

I learned how to properly do CPR. I always see CPR procedures in shows and movies, but I was never taught how to actually do it and the steps you have to take before doing CPR. Those would be like checking in on them, example: tapping there shoulder (steps to take before doing CPR on somebody).

What is a key takeaway from the Theory or Practical CPR unit?

To never let anyone die with out trying to help, you should try to help people when there dying even if you don’t know them. Another takeaway would be that I learned to do CPR which could help a dying person.

How does this unit connect to the nutrition unit learned previously?

It talks about health, like heart attacks and the effects it has on your body.

Self-Assessment of Core Competencies

I work with others to achieve a goal.

I do chose this because I communicate with my friends/peers a lot and work on achieving the goal

I can show a sense of accomplishment and joy. I take pride in my work and myself.

I make sure to get my work done.

I can analyze evidence to make judgements.

I do this a lot with group work and I give them advice.

I can form new ideas to create new things. I can also build on the ideas of others.

Since I do a lot of group work with others I can create/build ideas well.

I take on roles and responsibilities in a group

I need to work on this more because sometimes I find myself off task