KEMSA Educator Workshops - October 15 or October 16, 2021


KEMSA will host an educator's workshop on Friday, October 15 in Dodge City and the same workshop on Saturday, October 16 in Salina.  Spaces are limited in each.  Register below for the workshop date you want to attend.  Complete details are below.

Friday, October 15, 2021 | 9 am-3:30 pm
Ford County Sheriff’s Office, 11311 E Comanche Dodge City KS

(Registration from 8:30-9:00 AM, Lunch will be provided on-site)

Saturday, October 16, 2021 | 9 am-3:30 pm
Salina Area Technical College, Building A, Conference Room A131, 2562 Centennial Road, Salina, KS

(Registration from 8:30-9:00 AM, Lunch will be provided on-site)



All registrations will be taken online. You will have the option to pay with credit card or you will automatically be emailed an invoice that you can turn in for payment. All registration fees are due on or before Oct. 6. Make sure to login for the member price.

If you need to register more than one person, just add a guest registration for each additional person you want to include. Then you will get one invoice for everyone.  Or if you are registering someone else, go to the registration form and substitute their information for your information that it fills in.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021 unless a workshop fills up first.

Workshop Description:

“Show-Me Some Mo”: Creative Ideas for the Classroom
Speakers: Lori Sizer and Janet Taylor

How do you help a kinesthetic learner ‘touch’ osmosis?  Some subjects just seem to have limited opportunity for a hands-on learning…not anymore!  Participants will leave this session inspired and equipped with ideas that can be used immediately upon return to their classroom.  Adapted from Heather Davis’ “Great Ideas”. Use Cucumbers & salt to show effects of hypertonic fluids and electrolyte disturbances. Use Cotton Candy to visualize when a heart attack victim receives thrombolytic. Utilize trendy music to enhance understanding of the cardiovascular system and other concepts. Use audience participation (via improvisation/role play) to convey the importance of body language when teaching communication techniques and scene awareness. And much, much more! This session is fast paced and will guarantee to have the participant walk away with some great ideas for their classroom and a renewed outlook on education.

Note: This workshop is approved as an Educator’s Workshop.


$75 KEMSA Members (individual or squad members)
$100 Non-Members

Please note that members must login to the website to access the member price. 


No refunds will be issued for this workshop, but a substitution can be made. If you can't attend and can't send a substitute, your balance will still be owed.


KEMSA has not reserved a hotel block for this workshop.  Rooms are the attendee's responsibility. 



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