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Not much of an introduction needed for the comic strip. The following Silly Timmy Disaster Comics have been translated into Spanish by Ruben Gonzales, so a big THANK YOU! As always, Artwork by John A Abbott of Jot Studios and stories and montages by Justin Sharpe from…Continue
Added by Justin Sharpe on January 31, 2017 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Last week saw the introduction of the Silly Timmy Disaster Comic strip in German, now this week we have French with thanks to Maya Schaerer (a long time member of edu4drr.org) for the translation. I hope to be adding more as time goes on and as they become…Continue
Added by Justin Sharpe on January 30, 2017 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Silly Timmy in German ! Not a great deal to say apart from to thank Thorsten Ulbich (Vielen Dank!) for his efforts. Here are ALL of them!! PowerPoint file with both English and German translations included at the bottom of the page!too!
As always, Artwork by John A Abbott of Jot Studios and stories and montages by Justin Sharpe from …Continue
Added by Justin Sharpe on January 27, 2017 at 1:00pm — No Comments
So after visiting CERT in Santa Barbara, having generated some 80,000 words of transcription, imported into MaxQDA for coding, then coded there is still an overwhelming amount of data. So I wanted to visualise how CERT training enabled TL phases to be triggered and then associating that to the outcome. A…Continue
Added by Justin Sharpe on January 26, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments
I have added this as a blog as well as being accessible from he menu bar as I am able to see page views and therefore see if the resources are being used! If you plan to use or have used any of the resources, do please comment below the resources! The resources have been designed to be used in a setting where sheets…Continue
Added by Justin Sharpe on January 5, 2017 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Extreme Event game is just the ticket to give your group a taste of what it takes to build community resilience in the face of disaster. Players work together to make decisions and solve problems during an engaging, fast-paced disaster simulation.
You just need 1 hour, 12-48 players (age 14+), and some game materials that you download online totally FREE. There are three disaster scenarios available and it’s a great activity for…Continue
Added by Anne Johnson on January 4, 2017 at 6:27pm — No Comments