Possible classroom activities
Communication through Video- Conferencing, Disaster
Safety Map Making, NDYS Teddy Bear Exchange, Kid’s
Safety Bag Making, Discussion on the iEARN NDYS forum by
writing personal experiences in natural disasters.
NDYS has four programs. You can select one or more
) “Global Disaster
Students will create
a Disaster Safety
Map of their
Students research on
near their school
and put information
in the map such as
where is safe, where
is dangerous and
where they love and
be proud of. Send
the photo of
safety map to email@example.com.
Disaster Safety Map
You may put your map
on the Gallery of
, too. Students will
and on the iEARN
iEARN Forum for Students' discussion http://collaborate.iearn.org/space-2/group-120/forum
ii) NDYS Teddy Bear Exchange and Kid’s Safety Bag.
As a subsidiary program, NDYS Teddy Bears (NDYS Little
Ambassadors) will be exchanged between partner schools
to strengthen the friendly bond. Each school can make
Kid’s Safety Bags (Emergency bags), too. http://ndys.jearn.jp/ndysambassador.html
iii) Discussion on the iEARN NDYS forum.
experience in a natural disaster.' Students who want to
tell their experiences in natural disasters can put
their messages on the NDYS forum. As the final event of
the project, students will get together at the iEARN
Conference and Youth Summit and make an exhibition of
the maps and give oral presentations of their studies.
Through this program, students will grow as global
citizens who take actions and share their knowledge of
disaster management to local people. We expect students
to be NDYS Ambassadors to let people understand the
importance of preparedness for the next risk. We wish
that participating schools will be the local centers of
community education for disaster management. We welcome
teachers and civic volunteers to support students'
learning and activities.
iv) Original Activities at your school.
your original activities at your school. Introduce your
original activities to your school or your community on
the iEARN NDYS forum.
Global Disaster Safety Map, Kid’s Safety (emergency)
Bag, Websites created by NDYS students, PowerPoint
presentations, booklets, websites in different
languages, safety maps, A big friendly family of
teachers and students.
Group contributions to
others and/or 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 environment 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.
Integrated studies, Science, Art, English, Social
studies, Risk Management
- Nimet Atabek, Turkey
- Gia Gaspard_Taylor, Trinidad and Tobago
- Doris_Tsuey-ling Wu, Taiwan
- Yoshie Naya, Japan
- Kazuko Okamoto, Japan