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JDR Vol.16 No.7 pp. 1121-1136
(2021)
doi: 10.20965/jdr.2021.p1121

Paper:

Development of Disaster Management Education Program to Enhance Disaster Response Capabilities of Schoolchildren During Heavy Rainfall – Implementation at Elementary School in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture, a Disaster-Stricken Area

Masaki Ikeda*1,†, Toshimitsu Nagata*2, Reo Kimura*3, Tai-Young Yi*1, Shingo Suzuki*1, Shingo Nagamatsu*1, Takashi Oda*4, Shun Endo*4, Mitsuhiro Hatakeyama*4, Seigo Yoshikawa*4, Satoru Adachi*5, Shinya Miura*6, and Junya Take*7

*1Disaster Resilience Research Division, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience (NIED)
3-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0006, Japan

Corresponding author

*2Niigata Local Meteorological Office, Japan Meteorological Agency, Niigata, Japan

*3Faculty and Graduate School of Human Science and Environment, University of Hyogo, Hyogo, Japan

*4Graduate School of Education, Miyagi University of Education, Miyagi, Japan

*5Snow and Ice Research Center, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience (NIED), Yamagata, Japan

*6Disaster Information Research Division, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience (NIED), Ibaraki, Japan

*7Disaster Management, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

Received:
February 22, 2021
Accepted:
July 26, 2021
Published:
October 1, 2021
Keywords:
flood, elementary education, disaster management, instructional design (ID), ADDIE
Abstract

In this study, an education program for heavy rainfall risk management was developed using the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE) model of instructional design (ID) to enhance the disaster response capabilities of schoolchildren to encourage them to think and act responsibly to protect themselves during a disaster following heavy rainfall. The program’s effectiveness was evaluated by its implementation at Nagaoka Municipal Senju Elementary School in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture, which was devastated by the heavy rainfall caused by 2019 Typhoon No.19. The learning effect was confirmed throughout the program. Furthermore, the program has improved because of its implementation and evaluation.

Cite this article as:
Masaki Ikeda, Toshimitsu Nagata, Reo Kimura, Tai-Young Yi, Shingo Suzuki, Shingo Nagamatsu, Takashi Oda, Shun Endo, Mitsuhiro Hatakeyama, Seigo Yoshikawa, Satoru Adachi, Shinya Miura, and Junya Take, “Development of Disaster Management Education Program to Enhance Disaster Response Capabilities of Schoolchildren During Heavy Rainfall – Implementation at Elementary School in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture, a Disaster-Stricken Area,” J. Disaster Res., Vol.16, No.7, pp. 1121-1136, 2021.
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