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Psig Elementary School Calamity Program

Posted on December 8, 2009 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

HOW DO SCHOOL DEAL WITH CALAMITY





1. OBJECTIVE

a. to educate school staff, teachers, pupils and parents

b. to create committee or task force to ensure safety

c. to be able to evacuate pupils to safety

d. to nurse victims, apply first aid

2. INFORMATION DESIMINATION

a. integration to lesson plan

b. set as an academic activity

c. training program for teachers, employees and parents

d. construct devices/ads for school information

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At 5:36pm on November 14, 2012, Justin Sharpe said…

Hi there Emerando,

Nice to see you on the site today! I hope you like the new site design. I am working hard at putting on new content daily as well as making sure the Edu4DRR newspaper has good stories! I hope you can join up...I have been putting a comic strip up and will try and do so on a daily basis from now on! I hope your DRR work is going well and that the site can learn from you and vice-a-versa! Thank you for all your input!

Justin

At 1:47am on February 24, 2010, Alexander D. Nayve said…
I just conducted a DRR Training on Feb 20-21 in Laguna. The participants included elementary and high school students affected by Ondoy and Santi. Yes, I will inform you the next time I will conduct a DRR training in NCR.
I will conduct a trainer's training on DRR for Save the Children staff in Davao this March and do some staff mentoring afterwards (until April).
At 8:22am on January 29, 2010, Alexander D. Nayve said…
hi there. sorry it really took a long while before i was able to get back to you. i had been in the thick of a project that almost got my plate full all day. yes, i would love to exchange thoughts with you on school DRR, and probably throw in my cents worth. i am in the philippines -- always had been. but you can contact me through this method and later share experiences. justin's network is getting bigger by the day, and i hope that more resources will be circulated. i may be able to find more ways on how to share my thoughts and experiences.
At 2:12pm on December 2, 2009, Justin Sharpe said…
If you add a blog based on your materials you can usually click on the paper icon to upload materials to support what you are saying! I hope this helps,

Justin
 
 
 

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