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  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • InterAgency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) - Minimum Standards for EducationINEE is an open, global network of practitioners and policy makers working together to ensure all persons have the right to quality education and a safe learning environment in emergencies and post-crisis recovery. www.ineesite.orgINEE Minimum Standards for Education is a framework of good practice based on international standards for human and children’s rights.
  • The Right to EducationEducation is a fundamental human right for all people.Education is especially critical for children and youth affected by emergencies and disasters. Quality education provides physical, psychosocial and cognitive protection that can sustain and save lives.Keeping learners and education personnel safe, and making contingency plans for continuity of education is an important part of educational planning for all of us.
  • INEE Minimum Standards for Education - DomainsThe INEE minimum standards fall into the five domains shown in these buttons1. Foundation Standards2. Access and Learning Environment3. Teaching and Learning4. Teaching and Other Education Personnel5. Education Policy
  • Education is is a right. It is of critical importance for children and youth affected by emergencies and disasters. On a scale of 1 (low) to 5 (high) how strongly do you agree with this statement? - There is no right or wrong answer, but we hope you’ll agree that education is a right to be safeguarded, especially in times of disaster. The way to protect this right is through planning in advance.
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • School Disaster & Emergency Management CourseWelcome to the School Disaster Management Course!This course is intended for school principals, teachers, and staff and for parents, high school students and for any interested community members.If this is your first time with us, or if you need a quick reminder, please refer to the User Guide available at the beginning of every lesson. We hope you’ll use the course, along with your school-based action projects to help make your school a safer place. We have a few members of the school community and neighborhood to help guide you through this course.
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
  • ResourcesCheck these items available in the Resources section for this lesson:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 - Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 – EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
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    • 1. SCHOOL DISASTER RISK REDUCTION ACTIVITIES in TURKEY Zeynep M. Turkmen Sanduvaç zeynepturkmen@zeynepturkmen.com İstanbul, 2012
    • 2. CONTENTCONTENT  Risks in Turkey / Children at Risk  Safe School Facilities  DRR in Curriculum  School Disaster Management  INNE MS Advocacy on TR MoNE
    • 3. SEISMICITY in TURKEY 1900 - 2012 Katılımcılara ana konuları ve Bilgi ve temaları becerilerin göstermek için uygulanması, Var olan politika, test edilmesi için uygulama, prosedür ve boşlukların ortaya konması için Courtesy: Suha Ulgen, Interactive Media & Geographic Information Systems, Inc.Major earthquakes happen with frequency along the major fault lines that run through Turkey 76% of disasters in Turkey from earthquakes
    • 4. RISKS in TURKEYKatılımcılara anakonuları ve Bilgi vetemaları becerileringöstermek için uygulanması, Var olan politika, test edilmesi için uygulama, prosedür ve boşlukların ortaya konması içinCourtesy: Suha Ulgen, Interactive Media & GeographicInformation Systems, Inc. Seismic safety of school buildings constant concern for public authorities and parents
    • 5. RISKS in TURKEY _ Earthquake Katılımcılara ana konuları ve Bilgi ve temaları becerilerin göstermek için uygulanması, Var olan politika, test edilmesi için uygulama, prosedür ve boşlukların ortaya konması içinCourtesy: Polat GülkanCeltiksuyu Regional Primary Boarding SchoolBingol, 2003
    • 6. RISKS in TURKEY _ LandslideKatılımcılara anakonuları ve Bilgi vetemaları becerileringöstermek için uygulanması, Var olan politika, test edilmesi için uygulama, prosedür ve boşlukların ortaya konması içinTuzlatasi Village Primary SchoolPHOTO: Erzurum Internet Newspaper, 19 March 2010 10 % of disasters in Turkey from landslides
    • 7. RISKS in TURKEY _ Flood Katılımcılara ana konuları ve Bilgi ve temaları becerilerin göstermek için uygulanması, Var olan politika, test edilmesi için uygulama, prosedür ve boşlukların ortaya konması içinPHOTO: Anonymous 9 % of disasters in Turkey from floods
    • 8. CONTENTCONTENT  Risks in Turkey / Children at Risk  Safe School Facilities  DRR in Curriculum  School Disaster Management  INNE MS Advocacy on TR MoNE
    • 9. STRUCTURAL and NON STRUCTURAL MITIGATIONSINCE 1999 Marmara Earthquakes SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIESNew School Construction Oversight:included changes in design,construction, procurementmechanism and processes. Katılımcılara ana konuları ve Bilgi veRetrofit of Existing Schools: temaları becerilerin göstermek içinWB and EDB funded the projectsuygulanması, test edilmesi içinfor comprehensive retrofit andreplacement program ofmore than 1,800 buildings(80% of building stock predatedthe 1998 Building Code)Non-Structural Mitigation:. Production and distribution of 80,000 steel desks to more than 500 schools.Education in non-structural risk reduction initiated.. Fire extinguishers and fire drills.
    • 10. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIES (cont.) 2000 - 2005: Basic Disaster Awareness Projects I. Istanbul Community Impact Project (2000-2003) Marmara Region: 4 Provinces - Istanbul and Bursa, Sakarya, Çanakkale Program reached; 3,600 school-based instructors, 121,000 school personnel, 1.8 million students and 700,000 parents in 4 provinces. Earthquake Preparedness Day (Nov.12th) included in TR MoNE School Specific Days Calendar
    • 11. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIES (cont.) 2000 - 2005: Basic Disaster Awareness Projects Istanbul Community Impact Project (2000-2003) Courtesy: Bodrum District Chamber of Engineers
    • 12. Basic Disaster Awareness Projects_ 2000 - 2005:Basic Disaster Awareness in Turkish Schools SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIES (cont.) (2003-2005 )
    • 13. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION 2000 - 2005: SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIES (cont.) Basic Disaster Awareness Projects Basic Disaster Awareness in Turkish Schools (2003-2005)
    • 14. Basic Disaster Awareness Projects (cont.) Basic Disaster Awareness in Turkish Schools SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIES (Cont.) Cascading Model (2003-2005 ) 2,000+ volunteer teachers from 50 provinces participate in Distance Learning BDA self study program130 Basic Disaster Awareness Instructor Trainer Candidates Selected for 5-day training program, on basis of strength of application. (minimum 2/province) Instructor-Trainers provided 1-day training program to 26,000+ Basic Disaster Awareness Instructors. 14,000+ Registered 3,650,000+ Students 245,000+ Teachers 1,000,000+ Parents
    • 15. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION Basic Disaster Awareness Projects (cont.) SAFE SCHOOL FACILITIES (cont.) Basic Disaster Awareness in Turkish Schools Educational Materials (2003-2005 )
    • 16. CDRR in CURRICULUMCONTENT ONTENT  Risks in Turkey / Children at Risk  Safe School Facilities  DRR in Curriculum  School Disaster Management  INNE MS Advocacy on TR MoNE
    • 17. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION CDRR in CURRICULUM (cont.) Basic Disaster Awareness in Turkish Schools ONTENT DRR in Curriculum (2005) 40 Classroom Activities 40 School Activities • 20 grades 1-5 • 20 grades 1-5 • 20 grades 6-8 • 20 grades 6-8
    • 18. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION CDRR in CURRICULUM (cont.) Basic Disaster Awareness in Turkish Schools ONTENT DRR in Curriculum (2005) The national primary school curriculum in Turkey was updated in the 2005-2006 academic year. Safe Life and Disaster Awareness interdisciplinary lesson content was integrated with major lessons. For more information:Disaster Risk Reduction in School Curricula:Case Studies from Thirty Countries
    • 19. EXAMPLES OF LESSONS TEXTBOOKS CDRR in CURRICULUM (cont.) UNIT: Natural Disasters ONTENTUNIT: Getting to Know our Region/ WorldTopic: Tsunami
    • 20. CDRR in CURRICULUM (cont.) ONTENTUNIT: Getting to Know our NeighborhoodTopic: What Shall we do inside and/oroutside during the E.Q
    • 21. CDRR in CURRICULUM (cont.) ONTENTUNIT: Exponential #’sTopic: Richter Scale/ E.Q Magnitute
    • 22. CDRR in CURRICULUM (cont.) ONTENT
    • 23. CSCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENTCONTENT ONTENT  Risks in Turkey / Children at Risk  Safe School Facilities  DRR in Curriculum  School Disaster Management  INNE MS Advocacy on TR MoNE
    • 24. CCOMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY ONTENT
    • 25. SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT E-LEARNING forSCHOOL DISASTER and EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (SDM) PROJECT 2009 - 2011
    • 26. OUTPUTS SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)1) Improved knowledge and self-efficacy of primaryand secondary school-teachers and administrators tolead school disaster reduction and readiness.(1 A) Courseware developed 2 self-study courses  Individual and Family Disaster Prevention  School Disaster Management Physical Protection (esp. for facilities staff) Response Skills for School Staff
    • 27. COURSE 1:INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY DISASTER PREVENTION SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)
    • 28. COURSE 2 :SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)
    • 29. Basic ClickEmergency to edit Master title styleProcedures
    • 30. IncidentCommand Click to edit Master title styleSystemsforSchools
    • 31. SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)INEE is an open, global network ofpractitioners and policy makersworking together to ensure allpersons have the right to qualityeducation and a safe learningenvironment in emergencies andpost-crisis recovery.INEE Minimum Standards for Educationis a framework of good practice based oninternational standards for human andchildren’s rights. www.ineesite.org
    • 32. SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)Education is a fundamental human right for all people.Education is especially critical for children and youthaffected by emergencies and disasters.Quality education provides physical, psychosocial andcognitive protection that can sustain and save lives.Keeping learners and education personnel safe, andmaking contingency plans for continuity of education isan important part of educational planning for all of us.
    • 33. The Minimum Standards are organized into 5 SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.) domains. We’ll learn more about these in Topic 10. But you can explore these now for a quick overview. 1. Foundation Standards 2. 5. Access and Education Learning Policy Minimum Environment Standards for Education 4. 3. Teachers Teaching and Other and Education Learning PersonnelFor a brief description click on each domain button.(Details will be covered in Lesson 10).
    • 34. SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)Education is is a right. It is of critical importance for children and youth affected by disasters and emergencies On a scale of 1 (low) to 5 (high) how strongly do you agree with this statement? 1 2 3 4 5
    • 35. SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)These resources are available for download:INEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2009 -Overview TurkishINEE Minimum Standards Handbook 2010 –EnglishComprehensive SDM Schema
    • 36. (1 B) Courseware delivered: # for DL as of first 9 months SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)
    • 37. (1 B) Courseware delivered: # for DL as of first 9 months SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.) Course 1: Individual and Family DP: 102,000 users ½ million page views 71,000 completed at least 1 lesson 34,052 completed all 10 lessons and passed the test Course 2: School Disaster Management: 107,000 users 1 million page views 56,000 completed at least 1 lesson 34,700 completed all 10 lessons and passed the test
    • 38. (1 C) Leadership capacity developed SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.) Introductory SDM PPT presentation developed . core principles of school disaster management . training provided to 9 lead instructors . who have presented this introductory presentation in face-to-face 2-hour training sessions with virtually every high school principal in the countryA 4-day Instructor-training program was held for 27 individuals in May/June 2011 . Participants included 20 teachers from 14 provinces . 2 MoNE instructors, . Project Liaison from MoNE’s Project Coordination Unit . MoNE’s representative from Support Services which will be taking on the projt leadership . 3 participants from Boğaziçi University
    • 39. (1C) Leadership capacity developed (cont.)Instructor-trainers have created and are making use of a SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.) Facebook Page 11 of the group are administrators, and 31 are “friends” The page has been used to share information and messages. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Okul-Afet-ve-Acil-Durum-Y%C3%B6netimi- E%C4%9Fiticileri/207145392655136
    • 40. (1 D) Leadership study tour for 12 MoNE members SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)regarding school disaster management and community-wide drills. October 2010 Great California ShakeOut.
    • 41. 2) Improved School Safety through School Disaster SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)Management.(2 A) School Disaster Management Policies Developed. A School Disaster and Emergency ManagementHandbook was developed.. Reviewed and approved by the policy committee andedited and authorized by MoNE’s Talim Terbiyedepartment.. The Handbook codifies policies and procedures,includes all forms and checklists, and serves as asummary of the core content covered in the SchoolDisaster Management course.
    • 42. (2 B) Family Disaster Plan, School Reduction and SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)Readiness Checklist. A Family Disaster Plan, and School Reduction andReadiness Checklist were both developed as part of thepolicies and procedures and educational materialsdistributed.. We do not have any data yet from the MoNE regardingimplementation of these two key behavioral indicators.(2 C) School Disaster Management Committeeestablished. Establishment or activation of site-based School Disasterand Emergency Management Committees are a keyfeature of the School Disaster Management Policiesdeveloped.
    • 43. SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)• Presidency of the Board of Education ( curriculum development)• Board of Inspection• General Directorate of Primary Education• General Directorate of Secondary Education• General Directorate of Technical Education for Boys• General Directorate of Technical Education for Girls• Directorate General of Trade and Tourism Education• General Directorate of Teacher Training and Education• General Directorate of Religious Education• General Directorate of Private Education Institutions• Guidance and Counseling Services• General Directorate of Special Education• General Directorate of Educational Technologies• In-Service Training Department• Administrative and Financial Affairs Department (including Civil Defense and Mobilization Services)• Department of Health• Project Coordination Center• Ankara Provincial Directorate of National Education
    • 44. SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)• Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency• Ministry of Health General Directorate Health Services• Turkey Red Crescent Society Department of Education Services• UNICEF
    • 45. SCHOOL DISATER MANAGEMENT (Cont.)(3) Learning management system infrastructuredeveloped and deployed to support school disastermanagement education.(3 A) Learning management system infrastructuredeveloped (3 B) Learning management system implemented.
    • 46. CONTENT INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE  Risks in Turkey / Children at Risk  Safe School Facilities  DRR in Curriculum  School Disaster Management  INNE MS Advocacy on TR MoNE
    • 47. İstanbul Province National Education Directorate Bogazici University, Disaster Management Center INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNEEDUCATION CONTINUITY IN EMERGENCIES (ECE) PROGRAM WORKSHOP REPORT
    • 48. INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE2.1.Agenda9.00 – 9.30: Opening; Welcome, Why are we here?9.30 – 10.30: Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies (MSEE) Introductory Presentation10.30 – 10.45: Break10.45 – 11.30: Scenario-based MSEE work11.30 – 11.45: Break11.45 – 12.30: MSEE Evaluation: Opinions and Suggestions12.45 – 13.45 Lunch ( BU Kennedy Lodge)
    • 49. INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE2.2. Method Informing about the continuity of education in disaster and emergencies, PPT presentation Table-top scenario study Interactive assessment methods were used.
    • 50. 2.4. Objectives of Workshop: INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE i. to introduce Minimum Standards for Education Continuity in Emergencies (MS ECE) Training Package to authorities working as decision makers and implementer at Istanbul National Education Directorate ii. to receive opinions of the participants regarding MS ECE package within the frame of their positions, authorizations and responsibilities that they represent as decision makers-implementer.iii. to receive participants’ assessments within the perspective of Ministry of Education Strategic Planning of MS ECE and within the existing legislative framework and practices in Turkey.
    • 51. INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE 2.5. Expected Outputs of Workshop: i. Following of workshop, in the light of participants’ assessments, a proposal report is prepared for conceptualizing Education Standards: Preparedness, Response, Recovery Handbook and ToT package to our country and dissemination. ii. This report is submitted to T.R. MoNE with support of Istanbul NED. An informative study is conducted on MS ECE in the Ministry. Approval and support is received from the Ministry about dissemination of MS ECE throughout Turkey.iii. The proposal of dissemination of MS ECE throughout Turkey is prepared. It is submitted to Secretary of INEE, which is comprised of 19 international org anizations to request/ look for funding support
    • 52. EDUCATION CONTINUITY IN EMERGENCIES WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS LIST INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE Name Place of Duty and Position Telephone E-mail Surname Kartal Bedri Rahmi1 Adnan Eyüboğlu Primary 05323776994 adnanyildirim05@ Yıldırım School/Principal gmail.com Vali Recep Yazıcıoğlu2 Dilek Primary School/Class 05057763517 dilozgul@gmail.com Özgül Teacher Istanbul National Education3 Mehmet Directorate, 05055403930 gultekinmehmet@ Gültekin Research&Development hotmail.com Branch Chief Arnavutköy Örfi Çetinkaya4 Ömer Technical and Industrial 05327889505 omerhoca67@gmail.com Çalışkan Vocational High School/ Principal Kaptan Hasanpaşa Primary5 Ömür School/Principal 05058446135 omur.akarsu@hotmail.com Akarsu Istanbul National Education6 Zerrin Directorate, 05062531835 sirinzeren@yahoo.com Sarıgül Research&Development Branch Assistant Chief7 Seyhun BU KRDAE-AHEB/Manager 05372164218 seyhun.puskulcu@ Püskülü gmail.com Prof.Dr. Fikret8 Adaman BU CENDIM Director 02122872453 adaman@boun.edu.tr Zeynep M.9 Türkmen BU CENDIM Member 05334397092 zturkmen@boun.edu.tr Sanduvaç (moderator)
    • 53. EDUCATION STANDARDS: Preparation, Response, Recovery SCENARIO 1: Education Continuity in Emergencies INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNEBACKGROUND:An earthquake which affected Istanbul seriously occurred inMarmara Sea. You and your family are fine. Even thoughthere are many problems around, Ministry of NationalEducation has been working seriously in order to maintainthe continuity of education.İstanbul National Education Director will present his.opinions about continuity of education to Ministry ofNational Education.The director asked you to submit your extensive suggestionsfor the continuity of education in a systematic fact sheet.After this study, you will have a meeting with ProvincialDirector of National Education and one of group memberswill present your group work to the director.
    • 54. EDUCATION STANDARDS: Preparation, Response, Recovery SCENARIO 1: Education Continuity in Emergencies INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE Group Work and Presentation: (60 min.)1. Please deal with this subject in this group work. How to use Minimum Standards on Education: Preparedness,Response and Recovery Handbook in below 5 domain and sub-standards within the frame of “A School Action Plan for the Continuity of Education”?a) Foundational Standardsb) Access and Learning Environmentc) Teaching and Learninge) Teachers and Other Education Personnelf) Education Policy2. What can be the benefits of using “Minimum Standards on Education:Preparedness, Response and Recovery Handbook” on provincial level?3. Which additional information, instruments and supports arenecessary as well as “ Education Standards : Preparadness, Responseand Recovery Handbook”?
    • 55. SCHOOL ACTION PLAN for EDUCATION CONTINUITY IN EMERGENCIESACTIONS RELATED DOMAINS-STANDARDS EXAMPLES (not limited with below INNE MS ADVOCACY on TR MoNE items)1. Assesment- Needs Analysis; Evaluating the Overall Foundational Standards: Situation Analysis Standard 1_ Assesment (Identifying the Situation) Standard 2_Response Strategies Standard 3_Monitoring Standard 4_Evaluation1.1 Safety&Security; Maintaining Safety&Security Foundational Standards: CoordinationEnvironment Standard 1_Coordination Foundational Standards: Community Participation Standard 1_Participation Access and Learning Environment: Standard 2_Protection and Well-Being1.2 Assessing structural risks; Assessing the security of Foundational Standards: Coordinationthe school as a building assessing whether entrance to Standard 1_Coordination. Guide notes 3.Identifying-evaluating aschool should be enabled common situation. Identifying a multi-sectorial situation. For instance; Need to education and water and environmental hygiene are evaluated collectively. Access and Learning Environment: Standard 2_Protection and Well-Being Standard 3_Facilities and SErvices
    • 56. 1.4 Handling non-structural damage losses2. Assessing and mobilizing the resources (human Foundational Standards: Community Participationresource); Duties are assigned and support ar received Standard 1_Participationby matching the necessary duties with individual and/or Standard 2_Resourcesgroup background information-by capacities- Standard 3_ Coordination(Repairing infrastrucre, distributing food and water,classifying and distributing the aids, support to classes;assistant mother-brother roles, security-observation etc.3. Revising and adapting the Curriculum on current Teaching and Learning:situation. Standard 1_Curricula · Re-prioritizing the curriculum in a way to apply Standard 2_Training, Professional Development and Support it gradually; reorganizing theeducation hours, Standard 3_Instruction and Learning Processes choosing the course subjects Standard 4_Assesment of Learning Outcomes · Adding new course subjects according to the situations;Water treatment, washing hands, personal security(foreign-suspicious people, paying attention to streetanimals as the food chain will be spoiled)4. Constituting education personnel/Organizing Teachers and Other Education Personnel:education according to available teachers Standard 1_Recruitment and Selection Standard 2_Conditions of Work Standard 3_Support and Supervision
    • 57. 5. Psycho-social support: Dealing & Improving teachers Teachers and Other Education Personnel:and students’ mood. Standard 3_Support and Supervision Teaching and Learning: Standard 2_ Training, Professional Development and Support6. Starting the education (possibilities for adult Teaching and Learning:education are put into use as well as education to Standard 3_ Instruction and Learning Processesschool students; distribution, logistics, life saving skills, Standard 4_ Assesment of Learning Outcomesfirst aid, nutrition etc.) Foundational Standards: Community Participation. Standard 1_Participation. Guide Notes 2: Community –Education- Committee (Parent-School Unit) Guide Notes 5: Activities such as music, art, theatre could be started immediately to enable the students to express themselves for Chidren and Youth Partipacition to Education activities.7. Coordination with Provincial and District Education Policy:Directorates of National Education (other Standard 1_Laws and Policy Formulationstakeholders) _Action plan is applied considering Standard 2_Planning and Implementationcurrent laws and policies
    • 58. General suggestions by the school community participants:The INEE MS content/handbook is suitable for inserting to thecurriculum of teacher faculties. Each teacher should be awareof this concept when graduated from his/her teacher faculty. General SuggestionsThe INNE MS should be promoted and advocated to MoE’s top-level 3 decision makers who are respectively the Minister, theundersecretary and the deputy under secretary.There should be a clear strategy for the adaptation,contextualization and dissemination of INEE MS under theleadership of MoE.
    • 59. THANK YOU Zeynep M. Turkmen Sanduvaçzeynepturkmen@zeynepturkmen.com Mobile: + 90 533 439 70 92 Skype: zeynepturkmen

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