Tecahers are discussing their views and questions they have on teaching about earthquakes.

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Comment by Justin Sharpe on March 27, 2012 at 8:58

Yeah, sorry to hear about the response lacking and kindergarten is not an area I am familiar with so I couldn't help you on this occasion! I am glad the project was carried out and the results should be shared with the group as I believe you have identified an area not often studied! Well done!

Comment by Yasamin O. Izadkhah on March 27, 2012 at 6:45

Sure will do. This is part of the project I already finished on Evaluation of Applicable Methods in Teaching Earthquake Issues to Pre-schoolers. As you might remember, I posted requests on Edu4DRR to receive some information from the members. Unfortunately the response rate was really low. Anyway it is done now.

 

Comment by Justin Sharpe on March 26, 2012 at 17:06

Hey thanks for adding the photographs! If you could make comments below each one to 'annotate' them with brief explanations, this would be really useful as it would help to provide a narrative to your photographs and share your story! Thanks!

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