The endeavor of increasing health literacy among school-aged children is a vital role for teachers to play during these turbulent times of pandemic viruses. This essay will address the vital role that teachers have in enforcing proper hand washing techniques in the classroom among their students in order to prevent the spread of influenza and other illness within the community. The document will also provide information related to the historical perspective of the influenza virus and findings associated with the history of hand washing as a mechanism to prevent the spread of disease and illness among human populations.
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Redmond, T. (2010). The Teacher’s Role in Enforcing Hand Washing Techniques Among School-Aged Children in the Midst of the H1N1 Pandemic. Perspectives In Learning, 11 (1). Retrieved from https://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/pil/vol11/iss1/10