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Linking geomorphological features and disaster risk in a school district: The development of an in-service teacher training programme
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science Pub Date : 2021-01-13 , DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/630/1/012021
A Sakurai, T Oda, Y Murayama and T Sato

The dimension and degree of a disaster can depend on the vulnerability of the location, the people and the community. One of the key lessons learnt from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake disaster was that schools should prepare a school contingency plan in advance. To do so, they should fully understand their school’s disaster risk in the worst-case scenario in order to protect children’s lives at the school. Therefore, schools are required to customise their preparedness measures according to the school’s locality. The training programme, ‘Understanding disaster risk based on geographic features of a school district’ was developed and implemented in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, which was severely affected by the 2011 tsunami. The training programme was a spin-off of a school-based disaster education programme implemented in Ishinomaki City and was expected to support the customisation of schools’ disaster manuals according to the school district’s disaster risk. In or...

中文翻译:

将学区的地貌特征与灾害风险联系起来:在职教师培训计划的发展

灾难的程度和严重程度可能取决于位置,人员和社区的脆弱性。从2011年东日本大地震灾难中汲取的主要教训之一是,学校应提前准备学校应急计划。为此,他们应该在最坏的情况下充分了解学校的灾难风险,以保护孩子在学校的生命。因此,要求学校根据学校的所在地量身定制应对措施。在宫城县石卷市制定并实施了“了解基于学区地理特征的灾害风险”培训计划,该计划受到2011年海啸的严重影响。该培训计划是在石卷市实施的以学校为基础的灾难教育计划的一部分,预计将根据学区的灾难风险来支持定制学校的灾难手册。在或...
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