Learning Can Save & Heal Lives! Teacher Resources

The State of Ohio requires high school students to learn about organ, eye and tissue donation as part of the district’s health curriculum. To aid teachers, Lifeline of Ohio has created additional resources that teachers can use both in and out of the classroom. All available links are below.

Virtual Donation Unit

Use these mini-donation lessons taught by our Lifeline of Ohio Community Outreach Team as an entire unit or broken up to fit your classroom needs.

Additional Resources

Use the following link to download valuable resources for your students, including:

  • 2023 Donate Life webquest and key
  • Anticipation guide
  • Careers in organ donation
  • Donor family letter example
  • Matching organ donors to recipients activity

Get the Conversation Started at Your School!

Because donation and transplantation are ever-changing, your students need up-to-date information. We aim to ensure students have current, accurate information to make a responsible, well-informed decision when asked, “Do you want to be an organ, eye and tissue donor?” at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Additionally, we want students to understand the importance of sharing their donation decisions with their families.

Inquire About a Classroom Presentation

Please get in touch with us at info@lifelineofohio.org.

Request More Information or Materials

Please contact us to ask additional questions or request free materials such as student cards, pens, brochures and giveaway items by emailing info@lifelineofohio.org.  You can also use our self-paced, pre-recorded unit and other assignments in the menu above.