What is this young man holding in his hands? He is part of McKee's Health class and is experiencing the unit entitled "Baby Think It Over." He will be responsible for caring for an infant simulator for 72 hours. The infant simulators are from Reality Works.
This year, McKee High School was awarded a grant from the Staten Island Foundation to purchase infant simulators to add an engaging interactive component to the Health class curriculum. Each student is provided with a bag of toiletries, blanket, and bottle. The infant simulators go through 15 different real world events. Additionally there is a computer chip which registers the quality and type of care the infant simulator received. The teacher, Dr. Estephan, is able to provide each student with a print out at the end of the caring cycle. The students have to respond to the events or else the infant simulator makes increasing distressing cries.
When asked how he was feeling, the student responded - "I'm dreading this already. This is really heavy." It is Friday. The infant simulator will turn on at 6 p.m. The school day has ended and he's already experiencing a few issues. Can you spot one issue that the computer chip in the infant simulator will read as problematic?