School Based Disaster Education through Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities A Comparative Case Study

Yılmaz, Elanur


School-based disaster education through curricular and extra-curricular activities : a comparative case study
Yılmaz, Elanur; Yıldırım, Ali; Department of Curriculum and Instruction (2014)
The purpose of this research study is to examine formal disaster education implemented in elementary schools, and to investigate how disaster education taking place in the schools through extra-curricular activities raise awareness of and build the capacity of students; and teachers to prevent and respond appropriately to disasters. Participants of the study were 251 students at 5th grade level through 8th grade level in SchoolA implementing both curricular and extra-curricular approaches in disaster educat...
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Decades of research suggest that the role of leaders in mitigating the negative impact of social and economic problems on the students is highly contentious one and more analyses in different cultural contexts are necessary to clarify the role of leadership in disadvantaged school settings. The purpose of this study was to explore the role of leadership in resetting equitable and excellent educational experiences in two primary schools located in a socio-economically disadvantaged urban setting in Turkey. M...
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School leaders’ perspectives on government-initiated changes in Flemish secondary schools
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This paper explores the perspectives of Flemish secondary school principals and coordinating principals on the government-proposed changes and uncovers their experiences with these changes in an in-depth manner. In a school system characterised by school freedom and free school choice, semi-structured interviews with 21 school leaders revealed the significance of school autonomy to create bottom-up solutions to the change-related problems. However, infrastructure, monetary resources, teacher, and parent rea...
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E. Yılmaz, “School Based Disaster Education through Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities A Comparative Case Study,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: