Tohoku University graduate students and others have developed a disaster prevention and mitigation teaching material, "Disaster Mitigation Action Card Game," that allows children to learn the actions that children should take in the event of a disaster. It will be released on March 2011th by the Tohoku University Co-op, five years after the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 3.
According to Tohoku University, this card game is about actions in the event of a disaster ▽ Read problem sentences ▽ Take a picture card showing the action of the answer within 3 seconds ▽ Explain the action within 30 seconds-By doing so, life in the event of a disaster Through the game, you can develop the quick judgment that you can protect.
The game is played by one facilitator and 1-4 players.When the facilitator reads the question sentence aloud, the player chooses one of the 7 cards like a card game.Explain the reason for choosing the card, and if you get the approval of other players, you will get points.The problem statements include "What to do if an earthquake occurs when you are in the classroom", "What to do if a small earthquake occurs when you are in the sea", "What if you hear an Earthquake Early Warning while cooking in the kitchen", etc. I have.Graduate students are also planning to improve the problem sentences so that they can be used for safety education for international students who have come to Japan from overseas.
Since 2014, graduate students have been working on their own planning activities as teaching materials for children, and when they made it public at the United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in March 2015, we received a series of inquiries.Since Tohoku was severely damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami, the specifications were revised and commercialized with a focus on the earthquake and tsunami.