|SCEC INSTANeT News|
|Earthquake Preparedness for Schools Symposium|
Compiled By Mark Benthien
On June 6, the Los Angeles County Emergency Preparedness Commission and the Southern California Earthquake Center presented Earthquake Preparedness for Schools, a half-day seminar on earthquake awareness, preparedness and mitigation for K-12 teachers and school administrators.
View the original announcement
The presentations have been recreated for this website and can be viewed by clicking on the links below. Video clips are available for viewing along with the text and figures presented.
This symposium was offered again on November 28, 2000 at the Santa Clarita Hyatt Regency Hotel. All the topics from the first symposium were included, along with two new presentations: the use of standardized emergency management systems for schools, and the importance of school crisis teams. These presentations may be added to this site in the near future.
Presentations from the June 6, 2000 Symposium:
with Earthquakes in Southern California
Seismic Issues in Public Schools
Red Cross Masters of Disaster Curriculum
Sleuths Curriculum and Video / ShakeZone Exhibit
of Available Education Resources and Curricula via the Internet
Web-based Earth Science Education Modules