Age/level of project participants:
school to Senior High School
5. Timetable/Schedule for the project:
Timeframe: Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2013
Registration and Preparation for the project.
September - June
Make research on disasters happened in the past. Make
research on your school or near your school. Consider how to
protect yourselves from disasters.
“Teddy Bear Exchange” (1) Prepare a Teddy Bear which is
arepresentative of your school.
Bring Teddy Bear to your school and to your home. Take
photos and write diary in the iEARN student forum from the
bear’s point of view.
Exchange information of bears with a partner school.
Continue the work. Video conference
'My experience of a natural disaster'
Write your experience or your opinion in the iEARN
Write reply or comments on others messages.
Making a Disaster Safety Map.
“Kid’s safety bag” - Consider what you need in the
case of emergency.
Make a list of the items to put in your emergency bag. Take
photo and Introduce your Bag in the iEARN forum. Video
conference Make a LIST OF ACTIVITIES what Youth can do. Take
Make a presentation material for video conference. Send your
PPT and doc file presentation material to NDYS
office. Exhibition or Oral presentation in each country or
region, if possible.
Introduce your website, if you make it.
Please contact to firstname.lastname@example.org
for the registration.
6. Possible project/classroom activities:
Communication through Video- Conferencing, Disaster Safety
Map Making, NDYS Teddy Bear
Exchange, Kid’s Safety Bag Making, Discussion on the iEARN
forum Writing your experience of natural disasters
7. Expected outcomes/products:
Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2013
Global Disaster Safety Map
Kid’s safety Bag
Websites created by NDYS students
PowerPoint presentations, booklets, websites in different
A big friendly family of teachers and students.
Project contribution to others and the planet:
Children and the youth will share their knowledge and work
as leaders of their communities. -They will help people in
trouble as global citizens.
They will learn how to save their lives and make their
eivironment safer. This project will directly contribute to
the quality of lives of anyone who live on this planet by
sharing the information of how to reduce ravage by
unexpected disasters and building Disaster Management
Education Network utilizing ICT.
English, Japanese & other languages will be used as a
study, Science, Art, English, Social study, Risk Management,
Name of facilitator(s):
Yoshie Naya, Hiroko Fukuda, Kazuko
Okamoto from Japan,
Hasnah Gasim from Indonesia
Doris Wu from Taiwan,
Nimet Atabek from Turkiye
Gia Gaspard Taylor from Trinidad and Tobago,
Abe Fergusson, NDYS Ambassador of
Trinidad and Tobago,
Rondelle Keller, Students’ facilitator of Trinidad and
Daniel Pez, Editor of NDYS
Kazuki Zendo, Delegate of IDRC from NDYS,
Hiroki Zendo, Delegate of IDRC from NDYS,
Email of facilitator(s):
Gaspard Taylor <email@example.com>
Nimet Atabek" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chuang-(Yao- Hsiang Chuang) <email@example.com>,
iEARN Forum where it will take place or is taking place:
WWW page of project :
1e0a0c3b/ (iEARN forum for NDYS)
cosmos/ (CoSMOS, Japan)
naturaldisastersiearntnt.org/ (Trinidad and Tobago)
blogspot.com/ (Students’ Blog,Japan)
jearn/modules/showroombbs/ (Trial site for multi