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  1. Group-2 Presentation Group members Nandita Hazarika Prerna Kaushik Kamal Lochan Mishra Madiwalappa Talwar Vijay G K

  2. Training of Teachers on School Safety • Target Groups • High School Teachers • Coastal Districts

  3. Learning needs • Teachers need to be trained in all stages of disaster management i.e- preparedness, Response, post disaster rehabilitation • Past Disasters have shown that children are very vulnerable to disasters. Hence. Knowledge has to be transmitted to them through the teachers • Need for preparation of school safety plan including building level and outside disasters

  4. Course Targets • Teachers will be able to train their students in different aspects of disaster management • Trained teachers will be able to contribute to development of more suitable curriculum for students • They will be trained in preparation of school safety plans

  5. Scenario development • Multi-hazard profile for the training • The possible hazards for a coastal school • Cyclones • Floods • Tsunami • Earthquake • Hailstorm • Vector borne hazards • Industrial hazards • Man made disasters like bomb blast, riots etc

  6. Modules of e-learning components • Concepts of disaster management • Vulnerability profile • Types of disasters • Preparation of School DM plan • Institutional and legal aspects of DM • Monitoring and evaluation

  7. 1-Concepts of disaster management • Disaster • Hazard • Vulnerability • Risk • Capacity Building • Planning, Preparedness, Prevention, Mitigation • Relief, Restoration, Rehabilitation, Recovery • End of activity exercise

  8. 2-Vulnerability profile • Overview of the State vulnerability • District • Local vulnerability parameters • Socio-economic vulnerability • End of activity exercise

  9. 3-Types of disasters Natural disasters • Cyclones • Floods • Tsunami • Earthquake • Hailstorm • Vector borne hazards Human-induced disasters • Industrial hazards • bomb blast, riots etc • Accidents End of activity exercise

  10. 4-Preparation of School DM plan • Plan format • Plan making procedures • Stakeholders • End of activity exercise

  11. 5-Institutional and legal aspects of DM • Government structures • District administration • Disaster management act • Entitlements • End of activity exercise

  12. 6-Monitoring and evaluation • Monitoring processes • Evaluation methodologies • Evaluation parameters • Self evaluation • End of activity exercise

  13. Components • Face to Face interaction-1 day at district headquarters with all stakeholders • Networking- State Govt., School & Mass Education Dept. District administration, Fire Service, police etc • Follow up- • On-line follow up • Identification of group leaders who will contact group members by e-mail, telephone, chat

  14. Components • Monitoring & evaluation- • through exercises/tests • 1 day face to face interaction • Assignment or project work Coaching- Classical one to one coaching may not be possible under the programme as the course covers a large number of teachers

  15. Planning • Inputs • High school teachers should have basic computer knowledge • A minimum teaching experience • Difficult for teachers to come for an exclusive class room training programme on DM • Activities • Face to face interaction • Printed Course materials through correspondence • Chatting • Pin boards • Project works • Sharing of innovative ideas by all • Field study reports

  16. Planning…. • Outputs • Bridging the gaps in knowledge in DM • Developing an appreciation for DM and school safety • Taking the technology learning to the level of schools • Accepting responsibility as trainers for students in DM • Outcome • Creating a technology platform for dissemination and sharing of knowledge even other than disaster management • High schools tanking up the role of technology centers • Schools could be disaster management centers with trained teachers for dissemination of disaster early warning, relief information sharing etc • Impact • A new dimension is created in training and capacity building • The course design could be used for other development activities

  17. Thank you