Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Discussion to enhance "Earthquake Education" January 18 7:09
It has been 25 years on the 17th since the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, which killed 6,434 people. In Kobe City, which suffered enormous damage, how to pass on memories and lessons to the next generation is an issue, and discussions to enhance "earthquake education" for children at school Has begun.
On the 17th, the 25th anniversary of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, memorial services were held in various places. Visited and prayed to the victims.
Twenty-five years have passed since the earthquake, and even in Kobe City, which has been severely damaged, about half have not experienced the earthquake, and as weathering progresses, how will the next generation pass on memories and lessons learned? Is an issue.
Under these circumstances, Kobe City began discussions on a new "earthquake disaster education" on the 16th at a general education meeting in which the mayor and the board of education exchange opinions.
According to the city's Board of Education, the current earthquake disaster education is determined for each school, but all children want to know the actual situation of the damage at the time and share an effective method that leads to more disaster prevention awareness. You.
For this reason, in addition to hearing opinions from experts in disaster prevention education, we will collect ideas for classes that will serve as model cases, and start concrete examinations later this year.