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At 18:59 on April 17, 2011, Justin Sharpe said…
Hideyuki,
I hope you are well! I have posted a blog which links to an article about the teaching of 'Tendenko' and how it helped many school children do make quick life-saving decisions: http://www.edu4drr.org/profiles/blogs/teaching-of-tendenko-saved?xg_source=activity

Think it would make a good place to carry out fieldwork as part of my examination of self-efficacy. Let me know what you think? You may already know about this and the work of the people mentioned in the article, but it s good to hear some positive news about prevention education that worked!

Thanks

Justin
At 17:03 on December 24, 2010, Justin Sharpe said…

Hey Hideyuki,

Happy Christmas and a great New Year for 2011! 

Justin

At 2:35pm on December 21, 2009, Justin Sharpe gave Hideyuki Shiroshita a gift
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Hideyuki, Thanks very much for the great time we had in Japan. I am going to build community education into my PhD and will want to return again! Have a good holiday break! Justin
At 12:18 on July 21, 2009, Rebecca Carr said…
Hi Hideyuki! Ive also joined up. You definitely need to write more about yourself-You're doing loads!
At 11:42 on November 3, 2008, Rob Bell said…
Hello Hideyuki!!
At 17:07 on October 31, 2008, Yasamin O. Izadkhah said…
Dear Hideyuki
I agree with Marla.. It will be good to know more about you and your work. Welcome to the Edu4drr group.
At 15:11 on October 31, 2008, Marla Petal said…
Hi Hideyuki - hope you'll join the group and add a little bit longer introduction! :-)
At 7:13 on October 22, 2008, Justin Sharpe said…
Hi there Hideyuki! Thanks for adding yourself to the edu4drr network! Could you upload a photograph to your profile (you can do this by clicking on your profile and then on the upload photo link! Also , as a member of the shake-out reasearch team could you join this group on the site. If you click on the 'groups' button at the top of the page and then join the shake-our group. If you could then add a little biographical information about your research interests and what you hope to get from being on the team etc this would be good for introducing yourself to others on the team! Thanks. Justin
 
 
 

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