Melanoma Education Foundation
Dedicated to providing free resources to help educators instruct teens on the importance of early self detection of melanoma.
Health and Wellness Teachers
Checklist (we make it easy):
Not sure your students can benefit from this instruction? Watch one of these 3-minute videos that illustrate why melanoma lessons are so important for today’s middle and high school students.
Student and teacher lesson videos for
in-person, remote, and hybrid learning
Below are three educational videos designed to be viewed by different audiences. Each video can be accessed directly by clicking on the image and then entering one of the following email addresses:
Access lesson plan options.
To watch videos click on the video image of interest below, then enter your school email address.
Students: Do not use your real name or email address.
Unless your teacher has directed otherwise, enter the phrase “student/” (without quotes) followed by your teacher’s school email address after clicking on the video of interest.
Example: if your name is Robert Jones and your teacher’s email
address is you would enter the email
address “student/” (without quotes).
If you would like to watch a video without being assigned by your teacher enter the email address “student/” (without quotes) followed by your school name and state abbreviation.
Example: If you are a student at Central Middle School in Tennessee you would enter the email address “student@CentralMS_TN” (without quotes).
Teach Your Parents About Melanoma
After watching your video you will likely know more about melanoma than your parents. Their risk is higher than yours but, by downloading the one-page “See Spot” document and using it to teach them about early detection, you may save a life.
Resources that support the lesson videos
Go to the Resource page to view or download lessons plans, classroom materials , and more…
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