2006 自然災害青少年高峰會活動手冊NDYS 2006 Program 目錄

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2006 自然災害青少年高峰會活動手冊NDYS 2006 Program 目錄
2006 自然災害青少年高峰會活動手冊 NDYS 2006 Program
目錄 contents
1.
序言
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2.
2006 自然災害青少年高峰會實施計畫
3.
自然災害青少年高峰會活動時程表(1 月 7 日)
4.
Presentation Schedule
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5.
NDYS 2006 Declaration
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6.
School Introduction
7.
Song Brings Happiness
8.
Teachers in NDYS 2006
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9.
Students in NDYS 2006
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10. Volunteer in NDYS 2006
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11. NDYS 2006 Guest Host Matching Table
12. NDYS 2006 接送機時間表
13. NDYS 2006 工作人員
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14. Schools Participant in NDYS 2006
15. 筆記欄
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局長 序
高雄市政府教育局推動創造力教育「千里 FLOW 嬋娟」
方案,主旨在於透過與外縣市及世界各國的師生互動,期
能將高雄的港都文化加以發揚,促成「臺灣走出去,世界
走進來」的目標,培養師生具有開闊的國際觀和世界觀,實現創意教學無國界
的理念。
高雄市有榮幸舉辦 2006 年國際教育資源網路的自然災害青少年高峰會專案
學習活動,我們歡迎來自日本、韓國、馬來西亞、伊朗、千里達的好朋友們及
台北縣市、高雄縣、屏東縣和本市的師生共同來參與這一次的專案學習。
自然災害的發生是無可避免,如 1997 年的日本阪神大地震、1999 年的臺灣
921 大地震、2003 伊朗班姆城的大地震、2004 年 12 月的南亞大海嘯、2005 加勒
比海的颶風侵襲,讓我們的同胞都曾經面對「屋毁人亡」共同的悲慘經驗;也
由於世界各國發揮「人溺己溺,人饑己饑」的胸懷,大家互相救助,互相關懷
而能重建家園。
我相信:各位青少年朋友在師長的指導之下,瞭解自然災害的性質,實地訪
察社區的潛在危險區域,研究預防的措施,探討參與救災的途徑,是非常有價
值的。
「放眼國際、擁抱未來」是我們倡導的主題,我們希望結合青少年朋友們
的力量,帶給世界不一樣的未來。各位在大會之前已經透過網際網路論壇,共
同研討過主題,真正做到「創意教學無國界」的境界,期望未來的國際合作學
習可以持續進行。
高雄市是一個很美麗的城市,充滿熱情和活力,歡迎各位一起來擁抱高雄。
祝
大會成功
高雄市政府教育局 局長
鄭進丁 2006.1.7
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Speech from Chairman of NDYS 2006 Conference
The main goal that Bureau Of Education of Kaohsiung, to
launch education of creativity, initiates the project “Though miles
apart, we are the world“, is through the global interaction to
characterize Kaohsiung harbor culture, in hopes of realizing the final
aim “Globalization of Taiwan”, instilling in teachers and students
the broad concept of internalization. and fulfilling the ideal state that
creativity teaching has no boundary.
It is our great honor that Kaohsiung City can host the PBL activity of iEARN,
Natural Disaster Youth Summit (NDYS) 2006. We sincerely extend our warm hands to
welcome teachers and students from many counties of Taiwan, and from such foreign
countries as Japan, Malaysia, Iran, and Trinidad to participate in this collaborative
learning.
Unavoidable are natural disasters, like the earthquake 1997 in Japan, 1999 in
Taiwan, 2003 in Bam, Iran, the tsunami 2004 in South Asia and the hurricane 2005 in
the Caribbean Sea, in all of which the tortured residents have severely suffered the
deplorable situation of “deprivation of home and household”. However, it is through
worldwide cooperation and mutual concern, and under the noble humane spirit of
“sharing bliss and adversity together” that the victims can rebuild their homes.
I am convinced that, under the devoted instructions of teachers, students will
find it quite a valuable experience to understand the property of natural disasters, to
survey the potentially dangerous areas of the community, to do some researches on
preventive measures, and to work out the practicable ways of relieving victims of
disasters.
We advocate in the conference the theme “global vision, future hope”, hoping
that we can unite the youth around the globe to create a unique future for the world.
Prior to the conference, I think, you have made some online discussion over the topic
through the Internet, and I hope that you all can genuinely reach the realm that
creativity teaching has no boundary. Also, it is my sincere expectation that the
collaborative learning among international students can be continuously proceeding.
With great sincerity I welcome all of you to Kaohsiung, a city that is full of
beauty, warmth and vitality.
I wish the NDYS Conference to be a great success.
Cheng Chin-Ting
Director of Bureau Of Education,
Kaohsiung City
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各位國際夥伴,大家新年快樂!
首先感謝各位為此次「自然災害青少年高峰會」的付出
與努力。在這嶄新的一年,願大家心想事成闔家平安。
此次活動結合新式的教學理論-專案式學習,它包含了
科技的融入、語言的應用以及人類與自然的共處之道,讓學生的學習
更生活化。
透過博物館的資源、教師團隊的引導,我們達成了這次跨校、跨國、跨文化對
自然災害議題的經驗分享。我們希望,藉著這次 NDYS 專案的交流活動,學生
可認知到自然災害的影響、關懷災區災民的生活,甚至學習到有效的防護;更
藉由合作學習,讓學生表現出創意。
最後我由衷的希望此次國際青少年高峰會圓滿成功。
臺灣國際教育資源網學會 理事長
張添庸 2006.1.7
Dear participants in the NDYS,
Happy New Year! Firstly, I would like to express my great gratitude to those who
have devoted themselves to the cause of this youth summit. At the very beginning of
the year, I wish you and your family a nice year.
NDYS, as a project-based learning, integrates the application of technology and
language with the knowledge of how to cherish mother nature, making students’
learning more realistic.
Through the resources from NSTM (National Science and Technology Museum), and
the guidance of all instructors, we have achieved the goal of sharing the related issues
with interschool, international and intercultural friends, from which students are aware
of the effects of natural disasters, concerned about the sufferings of the victims in
disaster-stricken regions, and learn of the effective precautions against natural disasters.
Furthermore, by cooperative learning, students can display their creativity.
Finally, I would like to express my best wishes for the great success of this
international youth summit.
Chang Tien yung
Chairman of iEARN Taiwan
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January 2006
Participants in the NDYS,
Since iEARN’s founding 16 years ago, the organization has
changed greatly in size and in the technology its teachers
and
students use to engage in collaborative projects. What has
not changed is its core vision: if students are engaged in experiential and
collaborative project work worldwide and from an early age, they will learn better
and they will work towards a healthier and more peaceful planet. In the 2006 NDYS,
these two core components of iEARN are at the center of your work.
Enhanced Learning: For many years, teachers have told us that students become
more motivated and enthusiastic about learning when they are engaged in iEARN
projects because they interact with peers about important issues, writing for an
authentic audience and using knowledge in a real-life setting. In this regard, the
student work of the NDYS is important. You are collaborating with others,
amplifying your voices and learning about the world and how it works. In the crises
that you explore, are the opportunities of true learning and wisdom. You are
experientially applying on a daily basis the issues which for many others remain only
subjects of newspapers and textbooks.
Towards a Healthier and More Peaceful Planet Every day students and teachers
live iEARN’s core value of “Connecting Youth Making a Difference in the World”
through their project work -- from improving the environment, bridging cultural gaps,
and working to stop child labor, to writing poems and creating art murals for peace.
The work you are doing in the NDYS puts a human face to the devastating impact of
the natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes that have hit our
societies this past year. You and other NDYS participants responded with
compassionate messages, hand-made articles of solidarity, and money, through which
a global relief fund was created to re-equip schools in India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and
other countries with educational materials and technology.
iEARN enables students and teachers to harness the power of technology to enhance
learning and improve the quality of life on our planet. You are clearly making a
difference in world.
Thank you and I send warm wishes for a successful Summit.
Ed Gragert, Ph.D.
Executive Director
iEARN-USA
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Greetings to NDYS 2006 in Taiwan
Tomio Saito
Vice Governor of Hyogo Prefecture
January 7, 2006
I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations on the holding of
the Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2006 in Taiwan on behalf of
Hyogo Prefecture where the summit was held last year.
As you may still remember, the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake occurred on January 17,
1995. Last year about 1,000 participants from 60 countries gathered for the 2005 summit at
the Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center located near the epicenter of the
earthquake.
A large-scale earthquake also hit Taiwan on September 21, 1999. In order to share the
experiences and lessons learned from these earthquakes, I believe it is quite significant that
this year’s summit is being held in Taiwan.
Looking back at this year, we have witnessed a series of major natural disasters around the
world, such as the earthquake off the coast of Sumatra and the Indian Ocean tsunami disaster,
Hurricane Katrina, and the earthquake in Pakistan. The scale of damage caused by these
disasters was almost beyond our imagination.
Children and senior citizens are the first to suffer in natural disasters as they are vulnerable
and less able to protect themselves. After disasters, people often have regrets and wish that
they had known beforehand how to deal with earthquakes and tsunamis.
The number of natural disasters we experience in our life is not so many. It is also true that
our memory of disasters tend to fade as time goes by. Being unable to utilize our disaster
experiences is one of the reasons we cannot reduce the number of victims of natural disasters.
Therefore, I believe it is wonderful that this summit continues to be held so that children can
gather together to learn how to protect their lives, while overcoming the differences of
nationality, language, and ethnicity. I hope that participants will share with children around
the world what they have learned through this summit by utilizing the Internet.
Hyogo Prefecture wishes to contribute to global disaster management and reduction efforts
for the next disaster by introducing to the world our efforts for disaster management based on
the experiences and lessons of our earthquake. We hope by doing so we can fulfill our
responsibility as a disaster-hit region and repay the generous support we received from across
the world.
In closing, I would like to extend my best wishes for the success of this international summit
with the cooperation of UNICEF and other related organizations.
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Message from Chairperson of the NDYS committee
Ms Kazuko Okamoto
I am very happy that many of the members of Natural Disaster Youth
Summit, Taiwan, Japan, Trinidad and Tobago, Malaysia and
Iran get together and hold the Natural Disaster Youth Summit 2006
in Taiwan, here today. I really appreciate the devotion of the members of iEARN-Taiwan.
On 21st of September, 1999, Taiwanese people experienced the big earthquake and many
precious lives were lost. Therefore, I believe it is quite meaningful to hold the NDYS
conference here in Taiwan for transmitting the lesson of earthquake and not repeating the
same damages to the world.
NDYS started in September 2004, with the collaboration among the iEARN teachers. We all
wish our children to be grown ups that have the will of mitigating disasters, and can think
things globally.
In March 2005, we held NDYS 2005 in Hyogo as one of the Hanshin Earthquake 10th
Anniversary Commemorative Projects. On the last day of the conference, the representative
students of each country presented the NDYS declaration:” Try to feel, try to learn, try to
share”. We made this conference as starting point.
Based on the lesson of Hanshin Earthquake, ‘Create our own town by us, ourselves’, our
theme of NDYS 2006 is ‘Let’s make a natural disaster safety map.’ Students make research
near their school and create the disaster safety map
By connecting those maps, we can make a global natural disaster safety map.
This creation of map was applied to the school curriculum. School will take the role as a core
of disaster management in the community.
In ‘the NDYS Little Ambassador’ project, NDYS teddy bears will visit schools and bring the
mission of NDYS and the linkage of ‘disaster management’ to the world.
It is a meaningful thing that students will make presentations and the NDYS declaration will
be announced through the Internet,
I would like to conclude my greetings wishing that children who gathered here will help each
other, learn from each other and cultivate new century with full of dreams and hopes.
Thank you very much.
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高雄市 94 年度推動創造力教育
「千里 flow 嬋娟—實現創意教學無國界理念」方案
「環境與人文的對話—
2006 自然災害青少年高峰會臺灣年會」實施計畫
2006 Natural Disaster Youth Summit in Taiwan
壹、 依據 : 高雄市政府教育局 94 年 6 月 30 日高市教七字第
0940022556 號
貳、 目的 :
一、累積辦理國際活動的經驗,為 2009 年高雄世運作暖身運動,
呼應高雄走出去,世界走進來的理念。
二、透過壽山國中「山海戀營地」之功能,行銷高雄在地文化。
三、藉由對自然災害的學習,促成國際青少年共同關注自然災害,
進而提高防範警覺或採取適當救助行為。
四、讓各國青少年藉由網路課程學習與實際參訪活動,進行國際
文化交流,拓展師生國際視野,達成創意教學無國界理念。
參、主辦單位 :高雄市政府教育局 國立科學工藝博物館
臺灣國際教育資源網學會
承辦單位 : 高雄市立壽山國民中學
協辦單位 : 全國高中職、國中、國小有興趣跨國教育交流學校
肆、參加對象 :1.邀請日本、馬來西亞、伊朗、韓國、千里達等國外
師生。
2.高雄市各國小、國中、高中職師生。
3.他縣市國小、國中、高中職師生。
伍、活動內容 :
一、網路課程活動 : 94 年 10 月 31 日至 12 月 26 日。
二、接待家庭訓練: 94 年 12 月 11 日(星期日)
三、成果發表日活動 : 95 年 1 月 5 日(五) 至 1 月 9 日(一)
陸、地點 : 高雄市立壽山國中、科學工藝博物館、高雄市縣。
柒、報名日期 : 94 年 10 月 5 日(星期一)至 12 日(星期一)公文交換或傳
真(5211816)至壽山國中教務處(報名表如附件二)
捌、專案聯絡 :壽山國中教務處趙美華主任 電話(07)5519150-11
玖、活動經費 :由教育局相關經費項下補助,不足部分由本校籌措。
拾、公假事宜 :參與成員請惠予公假參加。
拾壹、辦理獎勵 :本計畫辦理有功人員,得依相關規定予以敘獎鼓勵。
拾貳、本計畫經高雄市政府教育局核准後實施,修正時亦同。
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網路課程活動 : 94 年 10 月 31 日(星期一 ) 至 12 月 24 日(星期六)
日期
活動內容
10 月 31 日 1、參與人員自我介紹
2、視訊會議
至
12 月 24 日 3、議題討論
4、作業繳交
5、作業觀摩
6、學習成果問卷調查
參加人員
各校參與課程學生
各校參與教師
二、 接待家庭訓練活動 : 94 年 12 月 11 日(星期日)
時 間
內
容
主 持 / 講 座
08:30~09:00
報到
壽山團隊
09:30~10:30
接待家庭訓練課程
張校長輝正
10:40~12:10
接待學生訓練課程
王組長瓊凰
三、成果發表活動 : 95 年 1 月 5 日(星期四) 至 1 月 9 日(星期一)
1 月 5 日(星期四) JAU,5,Thursday
時間
活動內容
地
點
12:00-
接機
小港機場
主持人
接待組
1 月 6 日(星期五) JAU,6,FRIDAY
08:00-12:00
學校參訪
各接待學校
各校
14:00-16:00
預演
工博館
吳翠玲
1 月 7(星期六) JAU,7,SATURDAY
報到組
工博館南館演講廳
展示組
工博館南館演講廳
接待組
08:20-08:40
報到
08:45-09:00
開幕序曲
09:00-09:25
開幕典禮
工博館南館演講廳
09:25-09:55
專題聯合發表Ⅰ
工博館南館演講廳
09:55-10:10
大合照
工博館南館演講廳
10:10-11:30
專題聯合發表Ⅱ
海報展
工博館南館演講廳
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吳翠玲
活動組
學術組
展覽組
說
明
分組研討教室
11:30-12:00
12:00-13:00
宣言發表
午餐
工博館南館演講廳
活動組
工博館南館演講廳
膳食組
北館自然災害廳,各
展廳
活動組
北館廣場
活動組
本國學生賦歸
接待家庭學生
國外學生
13:00-16:00
參觀展廳
16:00-16:30
戶外活動
16:30-17:00
前住山海戀營地
壽山國中
交通組
17:00-18:30
進駐營地 自由活動 壽山國中
營地組
18:30-19:30
晚餐
壽山國中
膳食組
19:30-21:30
歡迎晚會
壽山國中
林劭芃
21:30-22:30
星光夜語
壽山國中
活動組
22:30-
就寢
壽山國中
安全組
賦歸
營火晚會
1 月 8 日(星期日) JAU,8, SUNDAY
06:30
起床號
壽山國中
安全組
06:30-07:30
自由活動
壽山國中
活動組
07:30-08:00
早餐
壽山國中
膳食組
08:00-08:30
整理行李
壽山國中
接待組
08:30-16:30
文化參觀
高雄市名勝古蹟
交通組
接待組
16:30-
接待家庭聚會
寄宿家庭
接待組
18:00
國際教師聯誼活動 壽山國中
活動組
旗津,美術館,蓮
池潭,西子灣
1 月 9 日(星期一) JAU,9, MONDAY
08:00-
集合
各國集合地點
接待組
09:00
送機
小港機場
接待組
10
接待家庭送逹
1 月 7 日自然防災青少年高峰會時程 NDYS 2006 schedule
Time
Before 8:20
Activity
Guests are given a ride to South Complex
Remarks
of NSTM
08:20-08:40
08:45-09:00
Registration 報到
Opening performance
1. Taoyuan Elementary School 高縣桃源國小
09:00-09:25
2. Lingya Junior High School 高市苓雅國中
Open ceremony
開幕(臺灣青少年宣布會議開始)
Theme: Global Vision Future Hope
09:25-09:55
主題:放眼國際 擁抱未來
Presentation I (Plenary session)發表第一場
1.Taiwan Youth
opening remarks
2.Honorable guest
speeches
Schools from 3
countries will share
(視訊、大會場)
(Japan, Malaysia, and Taiwan schools)
their presentation
and discussion
through VC.
09:55-10:00
Group Photo
10:00-10:10
Tea Break
10:10-11:10
Poster Exhibit 安全地圖海報展暨學生解說
10:30-11:20
Presentation II 發表第二場
大合照
視訊(VC)*
分組(group)
Japan,
*School project
presentations in 7
different classrooms
Armenia,
Iran,
Trinidad ,
Taiwan
11:20-11:30
Japanese Song Singing 日本歌曲演唱
( All the students move back to the
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Some can
appreciate each
school’s safety map
exhibits while some
join Presentation
session later on
學生發表會與海報
展同時舉行
5-minute
presentation for
VC session.
8- minute
presentation from
each school for
presentation
session
Time
Activity
Remarks
conference site)
(學生從發表會及安全地圖海報展回演講廳)
11:30-11:40
NDYS Little Ambassadors’ Gathering
NDYS 親善大使大團圓
11:30-11:50
NDYS Declaration of all the youth
participants
各國青少年代表上臺表達各國宣言
11:50-12:00
Speech Country Coordinators from each
country:Japan. Malaysia, Iran, Trinidad,
All ambassadors
come up stage to
do the exchanges
Korea & Taiwan
各國國際聯繫人致詞
12:00-12:10
International Students Closing Remarks
各國青少年共同宣布會議結束
12:00-13:00
Lunch 午餐
13:00-13:55
Visit to Exhibit hall 博物館參觀
North Complex
13:55-14:40
Film viewing 立體電影欣賞
North Complex
Theater
14:40-16:00
Visit to Exhibit hall 博物館參觀
North Complex
16:00-16:30
Outdoor activity 戶外活動
North Complex
16:30-17:00
All camp participants take the bus to SSJH
參加露營活動人員搭車前往壽山國中
Shou Shan Junior
High School
17:00-18:00
Group Time 分組活動
18:00-19:30
Dinner
19:30-21:30
NDYS Party 晚會活動
21:30-22:30
Sharing Night 星光夜語
22:30
Bed Time
晚餐
就寢
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Presentation Schedule for NDYS 2006
Time: 10:30--11:10 A.M. Jan.7, 2006
number Room
(1)
(2)
Conference
Room
S104 (48)
Participant schools
Presentation I
(9:25-9:55)
1. Fukiai SH (6 min)
2. Kaohsiung SH
(6min)
3. Pantai Remis SH
(6min)
4. Discussion (12min)
moderators
Fukiai SH
Ms. Maki
Adachi
Ms
Nakaguchi
Presentation II
Fenghsin
(10:30—11:20)
SH
1. Fenghsin SH
Ms Sophia
(6min)
Su
2. Armenia School
Ms Peili
(6min)
Chen
3. Maiko School
*臺灣各校派
(6min)
4. Discussion (22 min) 2-5 位同學
觀摩
(Iran & Trinidad
schools join
discussion)
1. Hsinchya ES 新甲國
Richard
小 (8)
Chen
2. Yanagi ES 日本
(Computer)
Jennier Yu
3. Taoyuang 桃源國小
assistants
Joan
Wang
Typist
Naya
Yoshie
typist
timer
曹淑佩
4. Ho-pin ES
5. Discussion
(3)
S107(48)
1.SCJH 獅甲國中
2. Iran School
3. RFJH 瑞豐國中
4. Trinidad School
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Mariam
Susan
(Computer)
timer
邱聖文
number Room
Participant schools
moderators
assistants
Tai. H.C.
Kay Tu
Agnes
(Computer)
timer
鄭惠仁
Su 蘇信滿
Timer
Joan Wang
(computer)
高榕佑
5. Discussion
(4)
S203(84)
1. KSVS 高雄高工
2. Okinawa Shogaku
High school
3.KSVSC 高雄雄商(40)
4.Dali SH 大理高中
5.PMSH 普門中學
6. Discussion
(5)
S205(48)
1.Sanmin High School
三民中學
2. AMC School
(Malaysia)
3.FXJH 鳳西國中
4.SSJH 壽山國中
5.Discussion
(6)
S206(48)
1.NKNU 高師大附中
2. CSSH 中山高中(40)
Jane Kag
Sunny Lin
(Computer)
timer
黃玳勻
3. Pingtung 屏東女中
4. Poi Lam SH 培南中學
5. Discussion
(7)
207(48)
1. HKHS 小港高中
2, Batu 4 SH (Malaysia)
3. SMVH 三民家商
4. Ipoh Teacher College
5. Discussion
(8)
204(84)
鳳新高中 Elite workshop 場地
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Nur Hamidah
Chihpin
(Computer)
timer
胡美玲
NDYS 2006 Declaration
As teenagers, we are glad to devote ourselves to protecting our
Mother Nature. Buy connecting the international and local
communities, and joining this conference, we hope to generate a
global vision and reduce the damage of natural disasters. We
expect that everyone can work hand in hand to prevent
natural disasters from happening and help the decrease of
injuries. We, the 21th-Century youths, strongly believe that we are
actually on the same boat; as a result, sharing our local experiences
will ensure the future for the whole earth. Therefore, here are the
slogans for 2006 NDYS:
Care where we live. 關懷我們生存的所在
Know when we can help.了解何時可以提供支援
Cherish what we have.珍惜我們所擁有
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Allameh Jaffari Technical School, Iran
Allameh Jafari technical school was
founded in the year 2000 with three main
departments of electronics, computer
science and accountancy.
The centre has 4 well equipped
laboratories of electronics and three
computer sites each having 15 computers.
The sites have video projectors and carry
out many IT based courses.
The principal, Mrs. Mahin Nasri is
an electronic engineer and encourages
new methods of learning and teaching.
All the staff are chosen from the
skillfull graduates of universities.
The students enter the technical
school when they are in second grade of
high school and leave it after two years of
studying.
It is well known that the graduates of
technical schools in Iran are among the
most skillful technicians in the field of
their studies.
The school has 14 classes all together.
Second grade electronic students were
engaged in GDSMP this year.
Safety map introduction
Tehran as many other cities of Iran is expecting a
large earthquake in ten years time. The knowledge of
the safety map will help students to understand their
area and be prepared to help others during an
earthquake.
The students worked on three levels. One was the
zone 5 of Tehran and they got all the necessary
information printed on a big map along with Omran
high school which is in the same area. You can see
Allameh Jafari high school which is located very near
to a fault (red line on the above map)
Then they marked the institutes in the area with a
radius of 250 meters around school. For this they had a
field study of the area.
Finally they drew the whole plan of the school
building, specifying the safe and unsafe points in
school. Now they are drawing the plan with autocad.
The next phase of the project being to make animations
of the building and the area around it and showing the
safe places on it.
In addition to map activities, student exchanged cat
with Dragon from Taiwan, attended tree planting and
made contributions to Pakistan earthquake.
Students of 2nd grade electronic class (B)
Our school has entered the natural disaster project this year and has not been present in last year
NDYS program.
We enjoyed doing many activities in this relation. We are going to continue the project by
preparing safety map and decorate it with colored lamps , also make a complete safety map of the
building on the computer.
At the moment students are working on the building map and try to make an animation of the
building showing the safe places.
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Kherad High School, Iran
Kherad high school was founded in the year
2000 as a private school. Starting with just two
classes and 50 students, the school grew
rapidly to a large school, having three building
for elementary, middle and high school. Each
building with 7 stories.
The principal , Mrs. Haerizadeh, along with
a very experienced team of teachers and staff,
has been the pioneer of attending global
projects.
The school is now located on one of the top
areas of land in Tehran and the hole city can
be seen through the windows.
The facilities in school are swimming
pool , large gymnasiums, and a big conference
hall.
Well equipped laboratories in chemistry ,
physics and biology in addition to a large
computer site has made good research possible
in school and every year many projects carried
out at school is accepted in the world
conferences.
One of the main factors of being
successful is benchmarking the school with
best schools in the world. Almost all the staff
is trained to be able to engage IT in class
activities.
Almost all students are very good at English
and are chosen from the cleverest students in
Tehran.
http://m-kherad.ir
Safety map introduction
Kherad high school is located on the mountainous
area of Tehran which is directly on the north Tehran
Trust. The most important point of mitigation which is
having a strong building has been observed in school
construction. Being in zone one of Tehran and in a
newly developed area, knowledge of the area would
help students to survive if an earthquake happens.
The students studied the faults of Tehran in their
science class and then got the map of zone one of
Tehran. As you see the map is marked with all the
important buildings and facilities such as hospitals and
fire departments, parks , mosques and other places.
A more detailed study of the area around school
was carried out and the students marked the important
places on the map.
Nikta Noparast, Tannaz Sattari, Elham Mahmoodi ,
Share the process of NDYS 2006
NDYS 2006 started with tree planting Padideh Amani, Saba Saeedi , Saba Ziadloo ( the photo
event. Students carried out many activities in shows the members in tree planting event)
addition to preparing the safety map.
Cultural activities such as exchanging
ambassadors and preparing Christmas greeting
carts, social activities such as carrying out
earthquake maneuver in school and Art
activities such as designing logo for GDSM
were other jobs performed. Kherad high
school also had a very active part in NDYS
2005 and a team attended in Japan conference.
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Omran e Andishe high school, Iran
Omran e Andishe high school was established in
the year 2001 as a small private school.
Having only 5 classes and 60 students, the
school has a very intimate and friendly space.
Most of the students have chosen the school to be
able to carry out projects and study through new
methods of teaching.
The students of grade two attend NDYS
program each year.
Mrs. Ghazi , the principal, manages the school
with a great love and sacrifice , trying to do large
works in a small school.
Having well equipped science laboratory and a
moderate computer site , Omran has been able to
attend a few world projects since its
establishment..
Omran high school was a branch of Omran
center with elementary and middle school, but
now it is acting totally independent of both.
Even though both elementary and middle schools
are very eager to carry out NDYS activities at the
same time.
Safety map introduction
Being on the frontier of Eurasia plate
bearing the pressure from Arabia plate Iran is a
country prone to devastating earthquakes.
We have had two rather moderate
earthquakes in Bam and Zarand in previous years
but unfortunately due to poor conditions of
houses in these areas, we have had a very large
number of causalities. Making people aware of
the dangers that they could easily overcome ,
gradually can build a better cultural stand point
to prevent such large number of people dieing for
no reason.
Global disaster safety map was a big
step on this direction and we are happy to be a
part of this program. We along with two other
schools followed the same line of learning about
Iran faults and then Tehran faults and finally we
zoomed on the area of school and studied this
area carefully.
Work group
Share the process of NDYS 2006
We worked on all kinds of maps. We started
with tectonic plates and we ended up in the area of
250 meters around the school. Studying maps was
a part of the project. We also gathered money and
other aids for Pakistan (Balakut) earthquake.
We were very happy to have A- Mau at our
school and we sent many doll cats and toys with
safety bags to iEARN Iran to be sent to Pakistan.
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Sara Fazeli with her friends.
KOBE MUNICIPAL FUKIAI HIGH SCHOOL, Japan
School Introduction
Our school is located in the east part of Kobe,
near Oji Zoo. Our school has about 840 students
and each grade has 7 classes: 2 classes for the
International Course and 5 classes for the
General Course. In January 17th, 1995 the
Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake attacked us
and our school lost three students at a time.
A part of our school was used as a shelter after
the earthquake and about 360 people who lived
Safety map introduction
nearby stayed there until August.
One group walked around the neighborhood
Almost all the school building remained
within 500 meter from school, the other group
safebut a part of the wall of the old gym fell off
or some school buildings had clacks on the walls. Checked inside of the school site. They pointed out
both safe places and dangerous places on the map.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
In the subject of “IA”(International Affairs )
students were divided into twelve groups and
each group did research on the Great Hanshin
Awaji Earthquake, natural disasters such as
earthquake, typhoon, flood, volcanic eruption,
hurricane, tsunami, tornado and mudslide, and
made posters on them. The other group
worked on making Disaster Safety Map.
Present Topic outline
How can we protect ourselves from natural disasters? How can we prepare against natural
disasters? How can we help the people who suffer from the damage?
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Okinawa Shogaku High School, Japan
We are iEARN Okisho. Okisho means our school
"Okinawa Shogaku High School".
We do iEARN activity in a club activity.
Our club is made up of twenty members.
We are involved in various activities including the
teddy bear project. Last year, we made a presentation
about our fund raising of “useless postcard” in Senegal
conference. We separate into two groups, and half of
our members are exchanging opinions with students in
Singapore by using a bulletin board on the internet. The
other members are also preparing a project for NDYS
prevention. We sometimes asked people through
radio, the newspaper, and television to donate used
This is the map of Naha city in Okinawa. Lots of diverse local
societies exist in the different regions of this city, which is the
reason we paid special attention to. First, we distinguished areas
by color. And then, we itemized the characteristics, expected
laptop computers to support the victims of the Pakistan damages, and communities’ strength, of respective spots of the
city. By putting many pictures on the map, we made it easy to
earthquake and the people in the Philippines.
understand and compare the danger of every location.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
We discussed how to minimize damages in the case of
disasters. We came to realize that the power of
community would be essential. If community were
closely united, the power of help and assistance among
each other would come up. We conducted a research
about the power of the community in which we are
living. In the final analysis, we came to the
conclusion that it would be the most important in the
case of disasters not only to know each other well by
exchanging information on regular bases but also to
create a solid area network.
Present Topic outline
We chose earthquake as the theme in making the safety map because Okinawan people are
hardly aware of earthquake. Typhoon is main disaster in Okinawa and attacks our islands every year. Because of many
experience about typhoon, Okinawan people have taken measures to prevent the damage from typhoon. But, in contrast to
typhoon, measures for earthquake are worse than other prefecture in Japan. Therefore, it is forecasted that we can not avoid
great damage when earthquake happens actually. Finally, we concluded that we can keep the minimum damage by
revitalizing local communities
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Hyogo Prefectural Kawanishi Senior High School
Takarazuka Ryogen Campus, Japan
School Introduction : Our school located in Takarazuka city, the western part of Japan. Our school is for
students who work during the daytime and study in the evening. The ages of students are from 15 to up to 70.
There are 117 students in our school this year. In 1995, our school experienced the Great Hanshin Awaji
Earthquake. Luckily our school was not destroyed at that time. Although we still have some clacks on the wall.
This year, 11th graders study natural disasters. We sent NDYS Little Ambassadors to Taiwan and Pakistan.
Share the process of NDYS 2006:
First, we read the booklet ‘My 1.17’ which is made
by 12th graders last year.
Second, Consider where is safe in our town.
Third, color the safe places green and dangerous
Places red. River is blue.
Safety map introduction:
Each student creates the safety map. We found safe
places and also dangerous places in our town.
Work group
photo 1
11th graders
Photo of 10th graders sending NDYS Little
Ambassador to Pakistan
Chako with presents
Ginji with NDYS website
Present Topic outline
We sent two NDYS Little Ambassador Bears, they are “Ginji” and “Chako”.
“Gingi” visited Junior High School in Taiwan. “Chako” visit Pakistan with lots of presents to help children in
earthquake area.
Presents are pencils, a notebook, a maffler, gloves, candy, messages and so on.
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"Natural Disaster Safety Sugoroku Game Map”, Japan
Disaster Management Education through International exchange utilizing ICT
Nagoya Municipal Yanagi elementary school Motoko Hirota
1 Introduction of Nagoya municipal Yanagi elementary school
Nagoya is located in the center of Japan. It takes about 3 hours from Tokyo to Osaka
by bullet train ‘Shinkansen’. These are the biggest cities in Japan. From my town,
Nagoya to Osaka it takes one hour. And from Nagoya to Tokyo it takes two hours. Yanagi elementary school
is near Nagoya Station.
2 About the disaster prevention study of our school
Pupils from the 3rd grade to the 6th grade participated in Natural Disaster Youth Summit project in "the
period of integrated study". Pupils learn touch method for computer key-operation, disaster prevention education,
and they also enjoy International communication by exchanging NDYS little ambassadors. As for the disaster
prevention education, they studied the natural disasters in the past, mechanism of natural disasters, how to care
the sufferers. We plan the 35 hours lesson prepared the budget. We held workshops, invited people as special
lectures.
3Development of disaster
prevention study:
As development of disaster
prevention study, we created the
“NDYS information bureau” as an
extracurricular activity.
As activity of an information bureau,
the student investigated about the
disaster measures of a school district,
and wrote in the school district map
on Saturday and after school.
"Disaster Safety Sugoroku Game
Map" was made based on the map
this time.
The reason for making "Disaster Safety Sugoroku Game Map" is that we expect even those who are not
interested in the disaster management will learn with fun. Thus, their consciousness about disaster prevention
will be raised.
This disaster prevention map was exhibited in "Disaster prevention map contest".
4 Development of international exchange
Each bear visits the school around the world. Each of them has it own theme. It visits schools with a notebook.
In the notebook, self introduction and questions are written.
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Post bear who helps disaster
prevention education
“Post Bear " is visiting Moscow in
Russia.
Powerful bear who make report of
disaster stricken area, and helps
revival
"Mr.Bild" is visiting Papua New
Guinea.
Son of "Mrs. heart" who
researches "cares for the mind by
the art".
"Yattarman" is visiting Taiwan.
Elderly person who talks about past Doctor who researches mechanism
disaster
of natural disasters
"Choro" is visiting Prague of Czech "Hakase." is visiting Taiwan.
Republic.
Volunteer who researches how to
reduce the damage at the time of
disaster
"Otasuke man" is visiting Taiwan.
Gentle mama who is researching
"Caring for mind" of people who
suffered from disaster
"Mrs. heart" is visiting Slovakia.
Daughter of "Mrs. heart" who
researches "How mind becomes Bear that was born from the idea
happy".
among children
"Miss Happy" is visiting Taiwan.
"Yana Be" is visiting Taiwan.
5. Activity in the future
We would like to make a 4 year study plan from 3
graders to 6 graders. This study plan will be used as
curriculum of our school in the future. We also would
like to introduce your international cultural exchange
by updating website.
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Maktab Perguruan Ipoh Perak, Malaysia
This is Maktab Perguruan Ipoh Perak. It is a teachers
training college which is situated in Ulu Kinta, Ipoh. It is
a multiracial college as it has Malay, Chinese and Indian
trainee teachers.
There are approximately 1700 students and 130
experienced lecturers in our college. The college has a
large compound which is able to support many sports as
well as outdoor activities. We have 2 large fields, 2
basketball courts, 2 tennis courts and a gymnasium. Not
to mention that we have our own forest reserve for
camping and jungle tracking activities. Our college is
located out of town, away from pollution. The
surroundings of the college are mostly trees and the
mountains are in view from the college as well.
Safety map photo
Safety map introduction
The photo above shows the draft of our safety map if
a landslide were to occur in our college. The college’s
compound is divided into 3 different parts if a
landslide were to happen; danger zone, moderate
zone and safe zone. All preparations to cope with the
disaster will be carried out in the safety zone. The
map is to graphically illustrate the areas affected,
places of safety and disaster assistance preparations.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
There was much to discuss on the topic that we chose.
That is because we had to plan and think about the
possibilities of a landslide happening in our college area.
We did plan drawing and sketching to be sure of the
college areas that will be affected by the landslide. After
discussing, we came out with a draft map which will be
a guideline to our safety map. It was a fun and
From Left: Priscilla, Kong Siong, Dalila
informative process of learning.
This is a picture of us during one of our discussions.
This photo was taken on the 19th of December 2005
in our college’s library.
Present Topic outline
Our team will be sharing what we know about Landslides. That includes some information on how to recognize
landslide activity and how to cope with it. There will be a few pointers that we will share on Landslide
preventions.
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AVE MARIA CONVENT & SAM TETN. T. S. SCHOOL, MALAYSIA, Malaysia.
Ave Maria Convent National Type
Secondary School is located in Ipoh, in the
state of Perak, Malaysia. The school was
founded in 1938 by Reverend Mother Pauline
Legrix to provide education for young girls in
Ipoh. It is a government-aided conforming
school since 1957. For the past few years, our
students had achieved outstanding results in
PMR and SPM (government examinations).
On top of that, the school was conferred the
awards for the “Most Promising School”,
“Five Star School” , “Landscape and
Cleanliness Award” and Incentive Award for
Excellence in Sports.
Situated in the center of Ipoh
Safety map introduction
This safety map shows what we should do
when we meet flood disaster in the city of Ipoh,
Malaysia. The residential district is the affected
area.
The halls of Ave Maria Convent and Sam Tet
Secondary Schools are used as temporary relief
centre and to store clothes, while Lea Garden
Restaurant is used to store foods.
Other than that, medical care for victims will
be rendered by Kinta Hospital. The police station
and fire station form the rescue teams to rescue the
victims who are in danger.
city in Perak, Malaysia, Sam Tet
National Type Secondary School, a
school with more than 2000 students and
more than 100 staffs was established in
1952 by Father Jules Francois
(1938-1956), the priest of St. Michael
Parish Church, Ipoh. As one of the most
famous schools in Ipoh, Sam Tet is
always one of the top achievers in the
STPM and SPM (government
examinations) examination.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
Work group photo & names
First, we started this project with group
discussions. We allocated works among us
during group discussions. Then, we gathered
our materials and managed to complete the
project smoothly and successfully. Through
this project, we learnt a lot of new things
Chin Shih Yuan, Annie Choong, Leong Pooi Yan,
which can be very useful in our future.
Mak Xiao Jian, Ch’ng Dao Zhen.(fron left to right)
Present Topic outline
Our topic is about flood disaster in the city of Ipoh, Malaysia. We highlight the phases before
and after the disaster such as mitigation, preparedness, response and reconstruction.
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Poi Lam Secondary School, Malaysia
Poi Lam Secondary School is a government
school located at the center of Ipoh city, in the
state of Perak, Malaysia, sharing two acres of
land with Poi Lam Primary School. Poi Lam
Secondary School was founded by the Hokkien
Association of Perak in the year of 1955. It is
now 51 years old. The secondary school has six
forms: Remove class, Form 1, Form 2, Form 3,
Form 4 and Form 5. The six forms are separated
into morning session and afternoon session.
Morning session includes Form 3, Form 4 and
Form 5, while afternoon session includes Remove
class, Form 1 and Form 2. There are 86 teachers
altogether, whereby 49 are in the morning session
and 37 are in the afternoon session. There are 49
classes, with 1923 students, whereby 1052
students are in the morning session, while 871
students are in the afternoon session.
Basically, this safety map is drawn in relation to
the Kinta River, a river that flows through the city
of Ipoh, Perak. The map shows that, when Kinta
River floods, how the residents along the river
sides get to the safety grounds, how the rescue
teams go about to rescue the victims and also the
roles that can be played by some of the buildings
around the area.
We have spent much effort and time in preparing
the project. Five of us worked together to collect
information, put them together in order and
transform them into maps and illustrations.
Cooperation and understanding among us made
us advance smoothly. We have learnt ‘why flood
occurs?’, ‘the effects of flood’ and ‘the actions we
should take when flood occurs’. In short, this
project benefits us a lot, and it is a very
meaningful activity.
Frm left: Madam Foong Thy Yew,Lew Pick
Khee,Yup Pui San.Chung Kok Lin,Foo Chuk
Kuan,Lau Xin Rou,En,Chan Foo Heng
The topic we are going to present is ‘flood’. We choose this topic because ‘flood’ is the most serious
natural disaster in Malaysia. In the months of November and December of every year, the North-east
Monsoon will bring plenty of rain to Malaysia result in heavy floods especially in the east coast.
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Pantai Remis National Secondary School,Malaysia
School Introduction
Our school is called Sekolah Menengah
Kebangsaan Pantai Remis (Pantai Remis National
Secondary school). It located at Jalan Taman
Bintang, 34900 Pantai Remis, Perak Darul
Ridzuan, Malaysia. It established on 4.12.1995.
Our school consisted of Remove, Form One, Form
Two, Form Three, Form Four and Form Five
Classes. Each class consists of 20-35 students.Our
school is made up of three different races. They are
Malay, Chinese and Indian. The majority racial in
my school is Chinese as many Chinese people live
Pantai Remis, followed by Malay and Indian. Our
lingua franca is Malay language.
Safety map introduction
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Our safety map entitled SAFETY MAP OF
PANTAI REMIS consists of
>>> a colourful map with evacuation route on it
>>> some ways in preparedness and mitigation
>>> legends or indications which supply you
with the information of the map we drawn
>>> a list of emergency calls for local residents
to call in when there is an emergency.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
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We spent two weeks to search for information
regarding TSUNAMI including interview local
residents,especially fisherman, taking pictures
etc.
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We spent three days to complete this safety map
From Left: Rajan Palanisamy, Eu Kwang
We spent two days for completing the
POWERPOINT PRESENTATION.
Shenq, Tan Yi Jing, Mdm. Chiew Lai Choo,
We required a week for practising
Miss Yeoh Dee Huang and Su Ling Siaw.
Present Topic outline
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About Tsunami and how it happen
About the recent Indian Ocean tsunami and its cause and effect
Discuss about the ways in preparedness and mitigation
Discuss Malaysian and local government role in helping the tsunami-victims.
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Batu 4 National Secondary School, Malaysia
In 2000, Batu 4 National Secondary School was
built. Our school has more than 400 students and 30
teachers. Our school consists of three blocks, which
4 storey each. The first block is block A. It is living
skill block. There we learn about cooking and
sewing. Then, block B has four storey. First storey
is where the science labs such as Bio and Chemistry
lab are located. Second storey is staffroom and
physics lab. Third storey is art lab. Third storey is
art lab and E-learning lab. The fourth storey is Safety map introduction
where all classrooms are situated. Last block is When the fire occurred, we manage to use the
Block C. It also has four storeys. First storey has shortest way to escape. There have several main
classroom and school coop. Second storey is for safe assembly places, such as main roads and field.
school office and counseling room. Third storey is Then, all villagers will use the shortest and safest
library room. Last but not least is the Fourth storey way to the safety place.
Beside that, villagers who
where all classrooms are situated. Our Batu 4 were lives nearby school field will gather at the
National School also has a wide and green field. field. Furthermore, the rest of the villagers will use
The field is opposites of the school canteen. Our the shortest way toward the main road for their
school canteen is very big and clean. Our canteen lives.
was decorated with many different beautiful Share the process of NDYS 2006
painting on the wall. Our school assembly court is Before we started our project, we had discussed
very large and wide. Our weekly assembly was held how to start and keep in touch. Then, we try to
collect all the information we need from internet,
there.
library and news papers. After that we prepared our
power point and safety map. We have acquired
many knowledge of natural disaster especially about
“Greenhouse effect” through this project. We realize
that the greenhouse had given many negative effects
to our earth. We must try our best to solve this
problem before it become more serious.
Present Topic outline
Global warming is about the greenhouse effect. This sudden change of the world temperature is
contributed by human’s activities, so that why the greenhouse effect to the earth. Then, greenhouse change
to “greenhouse earth”. It is surrounded by a shield of atmosphere gases. So, in our project, we imagine
what will happen if the oldest housing area, that call “Kampung Batu2”,caught in flame and what will we
do when caught fire.
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DRAFT:
CARIBBEAN YOUTH DECLARATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE
JANUARY 2006
1.0
2.0
We the youth of the Caribbean in recognition of our responsibility as
stewards of the earth agree to participate in the global effort to minimize
the negative effects of Natural Disasters, and so, we affirm the following;
•
The reality of the negative effects of climate change needs urgent global attention,
which can only be effectively accomplished through the meaningful cooperation of
all governments.
•
The serious display of such cooperation by all governments can have a substantial
positive effect on climate stabilization.
•
All actions in respect of climate stabilization must be guided by scientific and
empirical evidence, of the kind provided by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC). Additionally, particular attention must be given to those
continents and populations that are at greater risk of natural disasters.
•
As leaders of tomorrow, we the youth occupy the most favorable position for
reversing the negative attitudes that lead to global warming.
As a consequence, we the youth of the Caribbean recognize that;
1. Globally, the youth account for more than one third of the world population. That is
to say, that if we are conditioned to an appropriate lifestyle, tremendous reductions can
progressively be obtained in the human production of greenhouse gasses, bringing the
total emission closer to the sustainable 0.5 tonnes eCO2 per capita, annually, based on
six billion inhabitants (IPCC).
2. As stated in the United Nations Millennium Goals, sustainable development and
climate change are interconnected (UNMDG). This therefore mandates global youth
policies and actions to meet or exceed targets set by governments, for greenhouse
emission reductions.
3. This mandate is critically necessary, because climate change can already be held
responsible for the increase in floods and drought, the lack of usable water, drastic
changes in atmospheric temperature and the spread of infectious diseases, all of which
are presently being experienced in many countries and regions.
4. As the planet heats up, severe weather conditions are becoming more prevalent.
Consequently, the youth of today must be trained in the necessary methods and
techniques, to ensure that adequate mitigation and adaptation measures can be taken, to
protect public health and strengthen global infrastructure.
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3.0
We the youth of the Caribbean now commit ourselves to the following
actions.
1. Undying support for the implementation of policies and operational changes undertaken
by local and international governments and agencies, to achieve emission reductions of
20% by 2010, 30% by 2020 and 80% by 2050, as set forth in the International Youth
Declaration.
2. To establish a method of accountability for all projects undertaken by the youth of the
Caribbean and to report such progress to the Conference and Meeting of the Parties
annually, through 2012.
1. To participate in any strategy to enhance the exchange of data monitoring skills and
technologies, in order to achieve emission reduction, with specific reference to
developing countries.
2. To assist wherever possible in the ongoing drive to minimize dependence on fossil fuels.
This may include shifting to sustainable means of fuel use, for example;
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Encouraging mass public transit.
•
Diminishing the reliance on vehicular transport, especially single occupancy
vehicles.
• Improvement of energy efficiency.
3. Promoting and participating in the collaborative effort, not only to foster unity between
governmental and non-governmental organizations, but also between the corporate and
industrial sectors as well, to boost the reduction potential of greenhouse gasses.
4.0
We the youth of the Caribbean request that;
1. Conferences and Meetings of the Parties recognize youth groups that have contributed
to the reduction of Greenhouse Gas emissions and promote their methods of
measurement. Additionally, we request that a Grant be allocated to major groups to
advance their ability to complete proposed and approved projects.
2. National and Sub-national governments and international agencies recognize the critical
role of the youth and partner with them, in order to reduce the negative effects of
climate change; So much so, that an effort must be made to improve the technical,
human and financial capacity of youth groups, and fully engage them when formulating
policies for managing climate change.
3. Global negotiations be conducted, not only to establish debt relief to poorer countries,
thereby enabling their youth to embark more readily upon climate change projects, but
more importantly, to establish a negotiated climate change regime to meet targeted
reductions in greenhouse gas emissions by 2012.
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Kaohsiung Municipal Chung-Shan Senior High School, Taiwan
The Kaohsiung Municipal Chung-Shan
Senior High School was established on
July 1,1990 in honor of the Father of
the Republic, Dr. Sun Yat-sen.
Located in Nantze District, the school
owns the most spacious campus
among the high schools in Kaohsiung
City.
At present, the school consists of 45
classes of students. The total number
of graduates up to 2004 is over 6,600. Safety map introduction
Most of the alumni/alumnae have
entered the prestigious universities or The safety map that we manufacture regards
the geography environment of the school and
colleges.
the neighborhood as principle. We mark out the
road name, school of the neighborhood and the
region of the inspection.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
At the beginning, we discussed for a long time
about the topic. In order to know more about
the project of the dengue fever, we divided into
6 small groups according to the geography
environment which included the school
neighborhood. We took some related pictures
which were helpful to the research. Everyone
shared the work and cooperated with one
another. Some drew the map, others did the
main report, and the others were practicing the
lecture to introduce the project. Although it
was tiring, it was also fun, especially when
taking the pictures in the school neighborhood.
Present Topic outline
◎What is dengue fever?
◎What is the symptoms of dengue fever?
◎How can dengue fever be prevented?
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Taipei Municipal Dali High School, Taiwan
{ HYPERLINK
"http://www.tlsh.tp.edu.tw" }
Dali was first established in 1968 as a
girls’ junior high, reformed as a
co-educational junior high school and then
reformed again in 1998 as a comprehensive
senior high school, composed of both junior
and senior high.
The school currently composed of 48
classes with 1650 students in total. In junior
high school, the 650 students are grade 7-9,
age 12-15, living in the nearby community. In
senior high school, the 1000 students are
grade 10-12, age 15-18, living in Taipei City
or Taipei County. In addition, there are 153
faculties and staffs. We share the goal to
establish “A school of all winners”.
Since 2000, Dali begins to join
international activities using our high-tech
environments: projectors in every classroom,
more than half the teachers using laptops in
their classes, wireless internet access in whole
campus and videoconferencing devices etc.
We enjoy and welcome international
exchange programs from all over the
world.
The basic eMap comes from the Taipei
City website: { HYPERLINK
"http://addr.tcg.gov.tw/" }. This safety map
shows the nearby area of DALI High School in
typhoon seasons. We use colors to represent
where the safety or dangerous location are when
typhoon comes, RED represents dangerous,
ORANGE as caution and GREEN as safety
places. We also have pictures in our presentation
t o s h o w t h e h i s t o r y o f
typhoon disasters.
Hoping our discussion can help the people
in school and community to increase the
awareness of preventing nature disasters, and
then prevent damages of lives and property and
h e l p
e a c h
o t h e r s .
When working on school safety map,
we collected information from Offices of
General Affairs, and Military Instructors.
When working on community safety map, we
collected information from the Chairman of
community and found eMap in Taipei City
Government website, it helped a lot. We use
computer and Internet for eMap, took
p i c t ur e s , a n d t h e ma r k e d t h e c ol or s
in these maps and pictures.
Help ourselves and Help others (自救救人)
1. School Location, 2. Campus safety plan for earthquake, 3. Campus information collection,
4.Tools and procedure for making safety map, 5. Interview and community information,
6.Community safety map for typhoons, 7. What we can do and should do in Nature disasters.
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National Fenghsin Senior High School, Taiwan http://www.fcsh.khc.edu.tw
National Fenghsin Senior High School was founded in
1992, located in Fengshan, Kaohsiung County in Taiwan.
Now, the school has the population of 2,200 students,
where 57 classes and about 200 staff and faculty are
The theme of our safety map focuses on flooding.
included.
team does our research on Fhenshan Area, where our
There are several features in FHSH: (1)
Our
devoted and professional teachers: 93% of the faculty
school is situated.
Since it is populated area, flooding
members are equipped with doctoral or master degrees.
takes place most often when heavy rain comes after a
Most students find their teachers warm-hearted toward
typhoon.
their study and life. (2) Multi-major classes: our school
swerage system.
provides two excellent talented special- education class:
indicating the dangerous places and the institutes for
Fine Arts and Music. Both of them are well-known in
emergency operation.
Kaohsiung area. (3) Versatile Extracurricular Activities:
in this safety map, we create a “Monopoly game to inspire
there are about 40 student clubs under the categoris of
the public know more about our topic.
Most of the reasons comes from the problem of
Therefore, we created our safety map
In order to raise the public interest
these 4 kinds.
Process of our Team Research
Several steps have been made as follows:
1.
Join NDYS online course to do the research at
http://ajds.nsysu.edu.tw
2. Join NDYS Little Ambassador Exchange Project
with Batu 4 High School, Malaysia.
NDYS Group in FHSH
3. Visit Bureau of Water Resources in Kaohsiung
County for Flooding Prevention Measures.
4. Create a blog for NDYS Research information.
5. Create a Safety Map for Flooding information for
Fengshan City, Kaohsiung County, Taiwan.
We are NDYS group in AJET Club of FHSH.
We have
18 members under the instruction of our instructor , Ms
Doris Tsuey-ling Wu.
We create a blog to keep the
record of what we have created. Please check the website:
http://blog.yam.com/fhshndys
6. Join 2006 NDYS gathering in NSTM.
7. Join iEARN NDYS Student Forum
Our team will share what we have found on this topic. With the help of a skit, we will try make
our presentation more interesting and resourceful to 2006 NDYS participants. We will be looking
forward to receive your comments!!
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Kaohsiung Municipal Hsiao Kang Senior High School, Taiwan
Located in Hsiao
Kang, Kaohsiung
City, Hsiao Kang
Senior High
School was
founded on July 1, 1992. Now there are 1621
students, in 45 different classes, and 98
teachers in our school.
The fundamental principles of HKHS are
to promote academic studies, develop
adaptive education, and practice life
management.
The format that the buildings in HKHS
represents is a Chinese word, 中 (chung),
which means whatever a person does should
follow the way of moderation.
Holding the school motto, “truthfulness,
diligence, wisdom and creativity,” the whole
school thrives for cultivating learning
motivation, broadening ambition and
upgrading life horizons to a brighter future.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
1. Take classes of "Caring Neighborhood,
Disaster Free" at Ajet Digital School.
2. Look for information and take pictures.
3. Introduce ourselves and post messages on
the iEARN forum.
4. Receive and entertain Pooh, the NDYS
ambassador from Malaysia.
5. Set up a blog for the exchange of NDYS
ambassadors.
http://spaces.msn.com/members/chihpinwang/
6. Make the safety map of our school.
1. The Safety map of HKHS is based on our
campus map and our topic is "typhoon."
2. Safe places and dangerous places are marked in
different colors.
3. Affected areas are low-lying areas such as the
basements of the buildings.
4. Make a list of the necessary precautions we
must take before a typhoon comes.
5. Point out the resources we can find at school
and what we can do during and after a typhoon .
Work group photo and names.
From left: Mary, Kate, Elle, Amigo, and Chihpin.
Present Topic Outline
We have learned the information about disaster management. Through our safety map and
presentation, we would like to share what we have learned with students from different schools.
Moreover, during the NDYS conference on January 7, we hope to make friends with them, and learn
from them as well.
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Kaohsiung Municipal Kaohsiung Senior High School, Taiwan
Brief History of KSHS
On October 25, 1945, Taiwan was
retroceded, and the school was thereby
reorganized to be the Taiwan Provincial
Kaohsiung Senior High School. On July 1,
1979, Kaohsiung was elevated to the
municipality, and the school accordingly
had its name changed to be the Kaohsiung
Municipal Kaohsiung Senior High School.
Current Condition
This school has a highly proficient faculty
of 171 teachers, all of whom teach their
majors and hold bachelor’s degrees or
even master’s degrees or above. There are
75 classes and 3047 students, including
high-achievers in either music or athletics.
More than 99% of the graduates are
admitted to universities.
Safety Map Introduction
The map is a floor plan of KSHS and it’s a kind
of relief map. All main buildings including the
old and the new ones are on the map. There are
some pictures along with descriptions of safe
and unsafe places and buildings on the map.
Besides, the blue and red lines on the map
represent the right and wrong escape routes. So
if a typhoon comes, people who are in school
Specialities
The school admonition and the spirit of the should avoid the wrong and dangerous p
school lie in quest for constant self
laces in case they might get hurt.
refining.
The facilities of the school are built on the
basis of efficient administration,
modernized equipment, practical school
buildings and the green plants for the
whole campus.
Our Team
Mango, Tom, David, Sean, Jimmy, and Tim
Process of NDYS 2006
Some of our group members had participated
in the project of iEARN before, so we all
expected to join in this organization. In
November, we just started working on the
project of NDYS. We had our own room to
discuss the issue and make the safety map.
After settling on our topic-typhoon, we began
to collect more information; luckily, we got
great assistance. We appreciated the
drillmaster who guided us around the campus
and took pictures. Then, we followed the
schedule in AJET and also added our
creativity to the whole work. We all learned a
lot and had fun.
Topic Outline
During typhoon period, people had better not go outside. If you are in school, be sure to
avoid the dangerous places and unstable buildings. In this way, we can mitigate
possible damage.
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Kaohsiung Vocational High School of Commerce, Taiwan
School Introduction
Since founded about 60 years ago,
Kaohsiung Vocational High School of
Commerce (KSVSC) has earned a
reputation for educating future elite of
commerce. In 1996, to cater to the current
educational
development,
KSVSC set up an
affiliated multiple
high school, which
has prospered
better and better.
The campus is situated in one of the most
convenient locations in downtown
Kaohsiung. Located on Wu-Fu Second
Road, KSVSC is also near the Kaohsiung
Municipal Chiang Kai-shek Cultural
Center. On campus, students enjoy safe
and pleasant learning environment with
several well-designed buildings around
them.
Presentation Group
The range
of the map
is mainly
on Wu-fu
Road and
the Love
River. We
do the
research
about some
safe and
dangerous
places and
study their
reasons.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
It is both a challenging and exciting task
for us to undertake this task. Through it, we
learn a lot about people’s common sense of
earthquakes. Besides, we understand how to
conduct a survey, whether in questionnaires or
in oral interviews. Most important of all, we
know what to do when an earthquake really hits.
In this way, we can feel safer wherever we go
around our school.
Present Topic outline
1. Analysis of KSVSC students’ opinions on earthquakes.
2. The interview with policemen from Hsin-hsing Branch of KCGPB
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MUNICIPAL KAOHSIUNG SENIOR VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
HIGH SCHOOL, Taiwan
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The school was
formally established in 1942.
Our day school consists of ten departments
with a total of 73 classes and about 2,810
students.
There are scenic spots such as Cheng-Ching
Lake, and Chin-Shih Lake nearby, with
convenient transportation by Sun Yet-sen Free
Way, High Way 21, and Railway System.
Nearby Academic Institutes are: National
Kaohsiung University of Applied Science,
Wenzao Ursuline College of Language, etc.
National Science & Technology Museum,
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts are just
nearby.
School motto: (1)To love and share (2)To
learn and fulfil (3)To create and initiate (4)To
pursue and excel
Safety map introduction
The main part is our campus map. We added
the community environment on the map too.
On the map, we marked safe and unsafe
buildings in different colors and added
evacuation routes in arrows. We also pointed
out the sources which we can apply in school
and neighbor communities.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
1. Introduce ourselves
2. Group discussion
3. Gather information, like school map,
route.
4. Discuss on the iEARN forum
5. Tour schoolyard and community and take
photos.
6. Make school safety map.
1. Introduce members.
2. Why do we choose “earthquake” as our topic?
3. What kind of damages can an earthquake
cause?
4. How do we process the safety map?
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5. Introduce safe and unsafe buildings and
explain the reason.
6. What resources can we apply?
7. How to evacuate in school?
8. What we learn from NDYS?
Pingtung Girls High School, Taiwan
Founded on April 1, 1932, our school was
officially established in September, 1934 under
the name of Pingtung Girls High School of
Kaohsiung State. After Taiwan’s retrocession, it
was renamed Taiwan Provincial Pingtung Girls
High School. In 1968, our school terminated the
admittance of junior high school students. It was
not until 1970 that our school was renamed
Taiwan Provincial Pingtung Girls Senior High
School. In 2000, our school was renamed
National Pingtung Girls Senior High School.
Currently, there are approximately 2000 students
and 48 classes in total in our school, including 3
music major classes, 44 general classes and
1class for students specializing in math and
science.
Mission Statement:
․Development of Well-Rounded Education
․Cultivation of Multi-Intelligence
․Warm and Harmonious School Atmosphere
․Clear and Transparent Administrative System
․Respect of Expertise
․Aspect of Learning Organization
The theme of our safety map is torrential rain.
We conducted the research in Wu-tai, a
mountainy township in Pintung. On account
of the fragile strata of this area, whenever
there is a natural disaster, the resistant power
of the land is bound to weaken. The
contributing factors of heavy loss include:
inconvenient traffic, insufficient medication
facilities, defected post-disaster measures.
Therefore, in the hope reducing the injury and
casualty of people, we propose that authorities
Through the interviews with local people
concerned should maintain soil and water
there, we understand more about natural disasters preservation and enhance the transportation
which hurt our lives a lot. We should think
between this township and its neighboring
about the sacrifice of the nature under the modern areas. It is also our sincere hope that those
technology.
who frequently suffer from natural disasters
Do we do our best to protect the only earth?
can receive timely help.
Our presentation include seven parts:1.The
Pingtung sunny girls
Geographic Location of Wu-tai
2. The Tremendous Disasters in Recent Years
3. The Shelter
4. The Evacuation Measures
5.The Post-Disaster Rebuilding
6.The Local Investigation
7.The Discussion Results
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The Affiliated Senior High School of National Kaohsiung Normal
University, Taiwan
The Affiliated Senior High School of National
Kaohsiung Normal University, our school,
was founded in July 1978 to meet the needs
for educational research and experiments of
Taiwan Provincial Kaohsiung Teacher
College. At that time, It was formerly called
Taiwan Provincial Kaohsiung Teacher
College Affiliated Experimental School,
consisting of a junior high division and a
primary division. In July of 1980, the senior
division was added and the school was
renamed as the Affiliated Senior High School
of National Kaohsiung Normal University
when the college was upgraded to National
Kaohsiung Normal University (NKNU) on
August 1, 1989.
We love our school very much, because
its democratic academic atmosphere and we
can join various kinds of extracurricular
activities. Thus, we can develop on the basis
of our interest and ability.
Everybody knows the earthquakes and
typhoons are the biggest disasters in
Taiwan. So, Kaohsiung is no exceptionally
stricken by them couple of times every
year. The safety map we made is focused
on earthquakes in the Lin-ya district where
our school is located. Though Kaohsiung
city wasn't stricken by quakes seriously,
yet we need to make sure how to prevent in
case the big natural disasters come. So we
draw a map to show where the safe and
unsafe places are, also notify the
evacuation route and the places for
emergency care.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
How to search and collect data:
1.From School: Get information from teachers
and Student Affair Office.
2.Library: Gather the area history from school
library
3.Local meeting: Visit the local police station
and the fire bureau to get the prevention
measures of natural disasters.
4.Walk around the area included in our map
5.We took the class in Ajet Digital School and
finish the map step by step following the
guidelines.
Outlines of presentation:
Group: ASHS From left to right:
Jane kang, (instructor) Yuan Hu, Daphny Lin,
Daniel Lin (back), Kim Tsai (front) Yonggi
Hwang, Men-wei Lin.
Title: Earthquakes at Lin-ya district in
Kaohsiung City
1. Our school
2. Why earthquake?
3. Our community
4. Preventions of earthquakes:
At school, In the community, At home
5. Conclusions
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San-Min Vocational High School, Taiwan
We are iEARN SMVHS. SMVHS
means our school "San-Min Vocational
High School”. We do iEARN activity in
a club activity. We have 8 members
participating this project.
SMVHS is one of the founding
organizations of iEARN Taiwan and
AJET (Advanced Joint English
Telecommunication Project) schools.
Global Learning Projects Involved
includes:
International Refugee Project by Ms.
Sun Cheng-mei
Our school is San Min Vocational High School.
ASEP organizing school since 2002
If someone is hurt or in danger, we can
Organizing school Delegation of
call553-2419, or look for help from
Taiwan to WYM in Nagoya.
drillmasters or teachers. They are all in the
Administration Building. We think the library
is under construction, so it may be seriously
Our topic of NDYS 2006
affected by the natural disaster. During the
We chose typhoon as the theme in
disaster, I will stay inside. After the disaster
making the safety map because people
leave, I will clean the environment.
in Kaohsiung are seriously affected by
●The safe places: Playground, meadow,
it. Typhoon is the main disaster in
basketball court, soccer court, tennis court...
Kaohsiung and attacks Taiwan every
〈 but need to notice to avoid goal-net.〉
year. Because of many suffering
●The unsafe places: Our school has a library.
experiences, people here have taken
It's under construction so the place is an unsafe
measures to prevent the damage from
place.
typhoon. We have brief introduction
about how it forms, damage it brings,
and how it is named from, most of all,
how to minimize and prevent its
damage. We can keep the minimum
damage by revitalizing local
communities.
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Feng-hsi Junior High School, Taiwan
Feng-hsi Junior High School was established on
December 19, 1970. We are a very old, reputed
school. Our principal not only encourages the
students to develop their various talents, but
also emphasizes the importance of leisure
activities for the teaching staff. We have 93
classes, and the total amount of students is
3416, but our campus is very small. Taiwan
persuaded our parents to let us join it, although
we are always very busy. We are so glad that
we can join this new project, and have chance
to know the friends from all over the world.
Besides, all of our five members are host
families because making friends is interesting,
and we also enjoy staying with the friends
from other countries.
locates in circum-pacific seismic zone, so we
have a lot of earthquakes. That’s why we
choose earthquake as a theme to research. It’s
so important for us to escape from earthquake
safely.
We’ve received the little Ambassador, Ginji,
from Japan. I still remembered the date he
came, and now he’s our best friend because he
comforts us. We took him to everywhere we
went, and and hope to keep him longer. We
also sent our little Ambassador , Taiker to
Japan, and we put some presents in the box
with him. We do hope the students in Japan
will have a lot of fun staying with him.
Being volunteers of wetland
Attended 2005 Senegal Youth Summit
We’ve joined iEARN for one and a half
years. Our last project was Voyage, and we are
the volunteers of Niao-song wetland, an
artificial wetland in downtown, and now we are
still its volunteers. We learned a lot from being
volunteers of youth, so when our teacher asked
us if we were interested in a new project,
NDYS, we persuaded our parents to let us join
it, we
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Our little Ambassador, Taiker and our Principal
Reui Feng Junior High School
Ruei
Feng
High
School
http://www.rfjh.kh.edu.tw/
Junior
was
founded in May, 1975
and just celebrated the
31st
school
anniversary
this
October. The school
is located in Kaohsiung. The school has about 1100
students, 90 faculties and staffs and 30 classes,
The above Safety Map points out the safe places and
including a Resource Class and two Gifted Classes.
dangerous places where the campus and the community are
The school has set up well-equipped IT. It provides the
included when an earthquake happens.
best learning environment for students. Regarding the
1. The left hand side is the campus map.
vision of the school, we care about students’ 2. The small map in the middle is enlarged from the
development, unlash students’ talents with humanity,
inside of the campus.
and focus on self-discipline, self-reflection and
3. The right hand side is the neighborhood map.
self-respect with multicultural education. We also
The red area represents dangerous places, the green one
integrate the communities and campus and proceed a
shows safe places, and the yellow one means between
life-long learning. Nowadays, for the sake of the
danger and safety. More information and prevention will be
Internet, people around the world have no limitation to
described from the reporter.
exchange messages and we are living in a global
Share The Process of NDYS 2006
village now. That way, we will fulfill our visions from
1. Create a blog for sharing anything about natural
participating in NDYS with international friends.
disasters. http://blog.yam.com/iearn_rfjh
RFJH Team 110
2. Introduce ourselves and divide into 8 groups with
different topics.
From Right to Left: Andy, Jason, Julia,
Landy, Amy, Anny, and Susan Kuo
3. Draw pictures to tell a story about natural disasters.
4. Take NDYS online course, My home My neighbor.
5. Join NDYS Little Ambassador Exchange Project with
Iran.
6. Observe school environment with ‘Shiva’ and take
photos.
7. Share ideas on iEARN NDYS Youth Forum.
8. Make s Safety Map for earthquake information for the
school and the community.
9. Attend NDYS 2006 in Taiwan.
Present Topic Outline: Our group members have put a lot of efforts on this project, including group discussion,
drawing pictures, observing the surroundings of our school and neighborhood, and sharing messages in the blog. We
have learned how to prevent and how to deal with an earthquake and we hope our project will make a difference.
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Taipei County San-Min Senior High School, Taiwan
Our school, Taipei County San-Min Senior
High School, is located in Luchou city, Taipei
County, Taiwan.
San-Min is a big school with 2500 students in
junior high school and 1000 students in senior
high school. It has 8 buildings, including 100
classrooms, 4 computer labs, 2 cooking rooms, 3
English labs and 40 special classrooms. There
are also a library and a student activity center
that contains a hall, an indoor swimming pool with
warm water, a judo hall, a dance studio and many
others. Each building is equipped with a water
tank (for the purpose of fire fighting) and
air-raid underground shelter. Hence the
buildings are very safe from accidents and
attacks.
Our map consists of 3 parts:
prevention ideas, school map, and
NDYS activities.
(1) The cartoon
figure and
illustrations tell
us how to prevent
the damage and to
make necessary
preparation if an
earthquake
happens. (2) We
mark the safe zones, danger places
and the route to escape.
When
an earthquake does
happen, we
will follow the escape route
(marked by green arrows) to the
open fields. We also mark the fire
fighting facilities.
(3) In our school logo, we post our
photos when we were doing this
project.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
First our class discussed about which topic we
wish to know more. We collected information of
natural disasters that occurred in our city. We
found the earthquake was the most likely to hurt
us. Then we asked our teachers for the
infrastructure of our school and exchanged ideas
about safe and unsafe places. Finally, we printed Our team: Jason, Jack, Our Principal
our school map, made notes, drew pictures and
Chin-Kun Chang, Crystal, Cathy, Jean
posted related photos. After working for more
and Sue Su (from left to right)
than a month, we came out with our safety map.
It is truly a wonderful learning journey for us.
Present Topic outline
Our group will be sharing what we’ve learned about earthquakes. That includes the
importance and procedures of prevention and cooperation while they happen.
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Shih-Chia Junior High School, Taiwan
School Introduction
Located in Chien-Cheng and Facing Labor
Park, Shih-Chia Junior High sits at the
muddle of Chung-Shan Road which links the
Main Station and Airport.
Our school emphasizes the balanced
development of moral, intellectual, physical,
group-life and aesthetic education as well as
the forestation and beautification of the
campus. In view of the importance of special
education, we also set up respective classes
for mentally-retarded students, advanced
students as well as low-achievement students.
In so doing, we can create a diligent and
peaceful atmosphere in our campus, promote
students’ qualities and foster the sound
citizens for our society.
Safety map photo
Safety map introduction
When typhoon comes, it always carries a lot of
water. We discussed the safety way and drew a safety
map to help us protect ourselves when typhoon
comes. We can go to a supermarket to have food
during the flood disaster. When we need help, there
are two police stations in our neighborhood. The
most important thing is we should go to a higher
place when the flood disaster happens.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
Work group photo
In the past, We didn’t know how to protect
our country when the world brings such a big
disaster to us. But now, we have learned a lot
of knowledge in this project.
name
Present Topic outline
Typhoon comes to Taiwan every summer. It carries lots of water to us. We have to prevent the flood
disaster and save our world.
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Kaohsiung Municipal ShouShan Junior High School
http://www.ssjh.kh.edu.tw
ShouShan JH was founded in 1968. It is
a small, delicate beautiful school located
just at the foothill of Mt Shou. The
campus is so beautiful that lots of teachers
are in love with it and never want to leave
here. We also set up a great campsite
these two years. We sincerely invite all
of you to join the camping activities cause
SSJH really is a perfect site for camping!
Though we are a small school, we do
provide special learning programs for
students. They are the well-known
Art-gifted Students Program, and Gifted
Students Program and International
Exchange Program.
Safety map introduction
This is a map which can help our staff and
students to safely escape from mudslide.
It marks out the dangerous spots, the paths
of possible mudslide flows, shelters in the
nearby buildings and also lots of retaining
walls.
Retaining Walls and Our Campus
From the map, you can see our school is
surrounded by lots of retaining walls. We
are very curious about the role they play in
protecting the campus, so we decide to
choose it as project topic!
Process of NDYS research in SSJH
1. Invite students and teachers to join the
project.
2. Join NDYS forum and the on-line
course.
3. Divided students into 5 teams and help
members to work by teams.
4. Promote this project in our school
journal and bulletin boards.
5. Made a Blog for keeping our track.
http://spaces.msn.com/members/ndys2
006/
6. Tour the campus and the community.
7. Pass out questionnaires in school to
help more students have a better
understanding of our campus safety!
SSJH NDYS Group
We have 45 members and 5 instructors.
One of the
instructors is very special--Principal Chang ( it’s an
unusual experience for us to work with a principal .)
The others are 3 English teachers—Liling Lou, Lilian
Huang, and Joan Wang and ChunguYi Chou, a science
teacher
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Kaohsiung Municipal Her-Bin Elementary School, Taiwan
http://www.xhpps.kh.edu.tw/english/index.htm
School and Class Introduction
Her-Bin, located in Kaohsiung city,
Taiwan, is a middle size school with long and
glory history. We are rich in public resources,
such as, the Love River, the History Museum,
and the Film Archive. The key feature of our
school is to have different kinds of special
education classes. Our class, instructional
class for hearing impaired students,
composed of six hearing-impaired students
and two teachers. Our students are different
in ages, and learning ability, but are born with
middle or severe hearing impairment in
common. All of them are equipped with
hearing aids or cochlear implants to facilitate
their hearing. Although hearing impaired, they
still have remaining hearing. Our teaching
goal is to help them to “fit in” the mainstream
society with the help of oral communication
instead of sign language.
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Safety Map Introduction
We choose typhoon as the topic
of our safety map because it is one
of the major natural disasters in
Taiwan. The main purpose of this
project in our class is to teach
students how to prevent or minimize
the demage of typhoon. We observe
the surroundings of our classroom,
and then discuss what should be
done befor the coming of typhoon.
The photos on the sfety map show
the conclusions of the ways for
preparation. Besides making the
safty map, we also exchange NDYS
little embassadors with the schools
in Okinawa and Trinidad, which
makes the whole project more
interesting and meaningful.
Hsin Chya Elementary School, Taiwan
Introduction to Hsin Chya Elementary School
Hsin Chya Elementary School is located in Feng
Shan City, Kaohsiung County, and was built on Aug,
1, 1980.
1. School Statistics Number of classes
(1) Total number of classes: 93
(2) Total number of faculty members: 150
(3) Total number of the students: 3120
(4) The total area: 258 acres
2. Founding principles of the school
Philosophy of education of the principal.
Global Disaster Safety Map Project
The school was built for the students, so the
I. Introduction.
aim of all educational activities is designed
Hsin Chya Elementary School is located in
to enhance the development of the students’
Kaohsiung County. Typhoon Nari hit Kaohiusng
mental and physical health.
in the summer of 2001 and caused tremendous
3. Characteristics of the school
damage and loss. Local residents, including our
(1) The teachers with special skills organize a
homeroom teacher, Linda Lin, can still recall
number of school clubs to promote
the damage caused by the disaster.
extracurricular activities, such as orchestra,
II. The disaster caused by Typhoon Nari at Hsin
recorder (musical instrument) band,
Chya Elementary School
harmonica club, sports teams, table tennis
team.
1. Floods: in the low-lying areas such as the
(2) Each classroom contains a computer connected
entrances on the west and the north side of
to a television.
the school, the classrooms on the first floor
and in the parking lot.
2.Leaks: the classrooms on the top floor
3. Disarry of the environment: In the
playground and sports field
4. Infectious Disease: possibility of dengue
Conclusions
fever outbreak
1. Typhoons bring us more problems than fun.
III. Prevention and Strategy:
2. It’s important to trim the trees and plants
1. Fix the roofs and the gutters before
landfall of typhoons.
beforehand.
2. Trim the plants and trees before landfall
3. Prevention can lessen the damage caused by
of typhoons.
natural disasters.
3. Clean up the environment in the aftermath
* Hsin Chya Work group
of typhoons.
photo
name
Linda
Sandy
Kerry
Kathy
Elegant
Leo
Newton
teacher
teacher
student
student
student
student
student
The Affect of Typhoon Nari at Hsin Chya Elementary School
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Taoyuan Elementary School, Taiwan
Our school stands in the middle of the road
which crosses west to east, at six hundreds and
three meters height above sea level and in the
Taoyuan Village, Taoyuan Township, and it is
an aboriginal school which has youthful vigor
and developing potential.
There are one hundred and twenty-seven
students, and most background of students are
farm families which have honest cultures.
Within the school, most residents’ faith are
Christianity and Catholicism. Therefore the
organizations of church and activities are very
popular, and it is a character of aboriginal life
and spirit.
Share the process of NDYS 2006
NDYS
Our school stands in
the mountain. There
are a police office, a
fire bureau, a township office, a township library, a post
office and a township
playground near our
school.
The skull mains the
dangerous place.
Work group photo
Announcement
Team: A
Protect y ou. Protect me. 保 護 你 保 護 我
Protect this earth.
保護這地球
Team: B
Green tree.
綠色的樹木
Blue sky.
藍色的天空
Let us have a wonderful day. 讓 我 們 有 美 好 的 一 天
Team:C
Let's protect this green would
讓我們一起來保護這個綠色的世界
Team:D
Let's Protect our earth and create wonderful future.
我們一起保護我們的地球並且創造美好的未來
Team:E
Nature is our home, we have to protect this
beautiful would.
中文:
大自然是我們的家
我們必須保護這個美麗的世界
Present Topic outline
1. .Why we chose the topic of mudflows and
landslides.
2. The cause of mudflows and landslides near
our school.
3. How to prevent and what to do, when the
mudflows and landslides happen.
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name
「しあわせ運べるように」
Song Brings Happiness
作詞・作曲
臼井
真
by * Makoto Usui
Translated :JEARN Yoshiko Fukui
1. 地震にも負けない
強い心をもって亡くなった方のぶんも
毎日を大切に生きてゆこう
Of the various places that had the strong heart that did not fall behind 1.
Earthquake either, and died will goddamn live carefully by every day
傷ついた神戸を元の姿にもどそう
支え合う心と明日への希望を胸に
A heart and hope to tomorrow that support that will return damaged Kobe to
an original figure| on a chest
響き渡れぼくたちの歌
It sounds, and pass, and it is our song
生まれ変わる神戸のまちに
Of rebeared Kobe to waiting
届けたいわたしたちの歌
Our song which I want to send
しあわせ運べるように
Make progress with happiness
地震にも負けない強い絆をつくり
亡くなった方のぶんも
Of the various places that made the strong bond that did not fall behind an
earthquake either, and died goddamn
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毎日を大切に生きてゆこう
I will live in every day carefully
傷ついた神戸を元の姿にもどそう
やさしい春の光のような未来を夢み
I dream of the future that seems to be light of the easy spring that will
return damaged Kobe to an original figure
響き渡れぼくたちの歌、生まれ変わる神戸の町に
届けたいわたしたちの歌しあわせ運べるように
届けたいわたしたちの歌しあわせ運べるように
I let you do our song which can want to reach it I let you do our song which
you sound and pass, and can want to reach our song, a town of rebeared
Kanbe, and to be able to carry it, and carry it
★ Entrust a song (the message by Makoto Usui , a teacher of Kobe Municipal
School of Meishin Elementary School)
The town of Kobe was damaged, but it doesn't die.
If the pure vocal of the progeny who lives in Kobe rings out in the town in
suffering Kobe, a wound might be healed by all means, and comes back to an
original figure entrusts a text and music with such a wish.
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2006 自然災害青少年高峰會(NDYS 2006)參加教師名單
Teachers in NDYS 2006
No. Country
1
Name
Iran
English Name
School
Mariam Mokhtari
Allameh Jafari Technical school
Hassanabad
2
JAPAN
Yoshie Naya
Hyogo Prefectural Kawanishi Senior High
School Takarazuka Ryogen Campus
3
JAPAN
Ryoichi Uetani
JEARN
4
JAPAN
Kazuko Okamoto
JEARN
5
JAPAN
Motoko Hirota
Nagoya Municipal Yanagi Elementary
School
6
JAPAN
Hiroshi Ueno
Okinawa Shogaku High school
7
korea
So Mi Kim
Korea Education and Research
Information Service
8
Malaysia
Haji Jaafar Saleh
SMK Batu 4
9
Malaysia
Nur Hamidah
SMK Batu 4
金少美
Radzali
10
Malaysia
张美燕
Chong Mei Yen
SMK Batu 4
11
Malaysia
周来珠
CHIEW LAI CHOO
SMK Pantai Remis
12
Malaysia
杨丽芳
YEOH DEE HUANG SMK Pantai Remis
13
Malaysia
黄蕙珍
WONG WOY CHUN MPIP,Ipoh
14
Malaysia
刘秀琴
LOW SEW KIM
MPIP,Ipoh
15
Malaysia
陈富兴
CHAN FOO HENG
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
16
Malaysia
冯带友
17
Malaysia
庄庭亮
18
Trinidad
Tobago
&
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
Ch'ng Teng Leong
Perak Education Departn
Gia V. Gaspard
El Dorado Comprehensive Secondary
-TaylorVirginia
19
Taiwan
夏如春
Summer
Jhik Kai Elementary School
20
Taiwan
蔡怡珍
Annabel
Kaohsiung Senior High School
21
Taiwan
陳俊仁
Badi Chen
Kaohsiung San-Min Vocational High School
22
Taiwan
謝璧任
Becky Hsieh
Kaohsiung San-Min Vocational High School
23
Taiwan
李翊嘉
Bess Lee
Kaohsiung Her Pin Elementary School
24
Taiwan
俞郁蓁
Jennifer Yu
Kaohsiung Her Pin Elementary School
51
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
25
Taiwan
黃俞禎
Jamie Huang
Kaohsiung Her Pin Elementary School
26
Taiwan
王志賓
Chihpin Wang
Kaohsiung Hsiao Kang Senior High School
27
Taiwan
郭玫君
Shirley Kuo
Kaohsiung ChungShan Senior High School
28
Taiwan
羅素君
Jessie Luo
Kaohsiung ChungShan Senior High School
29
Taiwan
塗凱貽
Kay Tu
Kaohsiung Industrial High School
30
Taiwan
鍾佳燕
May Jhong
Kaohsiung Industrial High School
31
Taiwan
林劭芃
Kaohsiung Vocational High School of Commerce
32
Taiwan
龔琳婉
Kaohsiung Vocational High School of Commerce
33
Taiwan
侯玫如
Hou mei-ju
Kaohsiung Shih Chia Junior High school
34
Taiwan
黃淑絹
Huang Sue Jane
Kaohsiung Shih Chia Junior High school
35
Taiwan
郭玟嬨
36
Taiwan
王瓊凰
37
Taiwan
邱俊義
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
38
Taiwan
施四明
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
39
Taiwan
郭玲君
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
40
Taiwan
陳德利
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
41
Taiwan
陳麗英
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
42
Taiwan
黃于書
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
43
Taiwan
葉師榮
44
Taiwan
趙美華
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
45
Taiwan
鄭博州
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
46
Taiwan
薛靜宜
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
47
Taiwan
謝宜珍
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
48
Taiwan
羅俐玲
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
49
Taiwan
康春枝
50
Taiwan
張慧利
Kaohsiung Reui Feng Junior High School
Joan Wang
Yeh Shih Jung
Jane Kang
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
Kaohsiung Shou Shan Junior High school
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
Pu-Men Senior High School
52
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
51
Taiwan
洪翠琴
Cindea Hung
Kaohsiung Feng-his Junior High School
52
Taiwan
廖素娥
53
Taiwan
周采芃
Mital CHOU
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
54
Taiwan
林盈秀
Vonda LIN
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
55
Taiwan
洪英雄
56
Taiwan
翁嘉穗
Abus Kung
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
57
Taiwan
張泳盛
CHANG YUNG
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
58
Taiwan
陳姚伶
SHENG
Nancy CHEN
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
59
Taiwan
陳曉萍
Phoebe CHEN
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
60
Taiwan
黃美琪
Mickey Hung
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
61
Taiwan
謝俊傑
Navu Hsieh
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
62
Taiwan
林美端
Linda Lin
Hsin Chya Elementary School
63
Taiwan
楊淑媛
Sandy Yang
Hsin Chya Elementary School
64
Taiwan
林心暉
Sunny Lin
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
65
Taiwan
許美英
Mei Ying Chai
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
66
Taiwan
郭育汝
Yu-Ju Kuo
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
67
Taiwan
藍雪瑛
Hsueh Ying Lan
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
68
Taiwan
吳郁芬
Faye Wu
National Fenghsin Senior High School
69
Taiwan
吳翠玲
Doris Wu
National Fenghsin Senior High School
70
Taiwan
鄭祿珍
Luchen Cheng
National Fenghsin Senior High School
71
Taiwan
戴旭璋
Hsu-Chang Tai
Taipei Municipal Da-Li Senior High School
72
Taiwan
陳浩然
Haw-ran Chen
Taipei County San-min Senior High school
73
Taiwan
蘇信滿
Sue Sing-maan Su
Taipei County San-min Senior High school
Kaohsiung Feng-his Junior High School
Salizan HUNG
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
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2006 自然災害青少年高峰會(NDYS 2006)參加學生名單
Students in NDYS 2006
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
1 Iran
Nikta Noparast
Kherad High School
2 Iran
Sara Fazeli Masayeh
Omran e Andishe High School
Toshiko Wada
Kawanishi Sr. High School Takarazuka Ryogen
3
JAPAN
Campus
4 JAPAN
Erika Ohrai
Kobe Municipal Fukiai High School
5 JAPAN
Yoko Tomiyori
Kobe Municipal Fukiai High School
6 JAPAN
Shiaku
Kyoto University
7 JAPAN
Genta Nakano
Maiko Senior High School
8 JAPAN
Nakamura Tomoko
Nagoya Yanagi Elementary School
9 JAPAN
Okumura Kayo
Nagoya Yanagi Elementary School
10 JAPAN
Yamada Naoki
Nagoya Yanagi Elementary School
11 JAPAN
Hidefumi, Nakamura
Okinawa Shogaku High school
12 JAPAN
Tetsuro, Nakazato
Okinawa Shogaku High school
13 JAPAN
Ryuto, Hokama
Okinawa Shogaku High school
14 JAPAN
Ryosaku, Oshiro
Okinawa Shogaku High school
15 JAPAN
Ziyi, Chen
Okinawa Shogaku High school
16 JAPAN
Yuki, Imura
Okinawa Shogaku High school
17 Malaysia 麥肖劍 Mak Xiao Jian
18 Malaysia 钟晓怡 NIE CHOONG HSIAO YI
SMJK AMC
19 Malaysia 梁佩恩
20 Malaysia 陳詩元
Leong Pooi Yan
SMJK AMC
Chin Shih Yuan
SMJK AMC
21 Malaysia 俞云惠
22 Malaysia 吴达华
YEE YUN HEA
SMK Batu 4
Goh Tuck Wah
SMK Batu 4
23 Malaysia 莎米拉
Sharmila Awali
SMK Batu 4
24 Malaysia
Shahrul Hafiszie Zainol SMK Batu 4
25 Malaysia
Muhd Hafiz Hassan
SMK Batu 4
26 Malaysia 陈益靖
27 Malaysia 苏凌霄
TAN YI JING
SMK Dato's Idris
Su Ling Siaw
SMK Dato's Idris
28 Malaysia
Priscilla Sim Chooi Har
MPIP,Ipoh
29 Malaysia
Nur Dalila Daud
MPIP,Ipoh
30 Malaysia 林光祥
Ling Kong Siong
MPIP,Ipoh
31 Malaysia
Rajan A/L Palanisamy
SMK Pantai Remis
32 Malaysia 余观胜
EU KWANG SHENQ
SMK Pantai Remis
SMJK AMC
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No. Country
Name
English Name
School
33 Malaysia 刘欣柔
34 Malaysia 胡祝郡
LAU XIN ROU
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
FOO CHUK KUAN
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
35 Malaysia 刘碧琪
36 Malaysia 钟国林
LEW PICK KHEE
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
CHUNG KOK LIN
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
37 Malaysia 叶佩珊
38 Malaysia 庄道祯
YUP PUI SAN
SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
Ch'ng Dao Zhen
SMJK Sam Tek
39
Trinidad-
Abraham H. Fergusson El Dorado Comprehensive Secondary
Tobago
Herbert
40 Taiwan
陳俊豪
Jimmy
Kaohsiung Senior High School
41 Taiwan
朱軒緯
Tom
Kaohsiung Senior High School
42 Taiwan
張耿銘
David
Kaohsiung Senior High School
43 Taiwan
陳昱升
Sean
Kaohsiung Senior High School
44 Taiwan
亓天毅
Tim
Kaohsiung Senior High School
45 Taiwan
何思霈
Peggy
San-Min Vocational High School
46 Taiwan
黃湘文
Kevin
San-Min Vocational High School
47 Taiwan
孫雅真
Ally
San-Min Vocational High School
48 Taiwan
楊于萱
Yu-hsuan Yang
San-Min Vocational High School
49 Taiwan
柯顗睿
Yi-jui Ke
San-Min Vocational High School
50 Taiwan
王心蓮
Lynn
San-Min Vocational High School
51 Taiwan
吳佳穎
Jenny
San-Min Vocational High School
52 Taiwan
林蕙珊
Tina
San-Min Vocational High School
53 Taiwan
吳孟親
Mary
Hsiao Kang Senior High School
54 Taiwan
許毓芳
Amigo
Hsiao Kang Senior High School
55 Taiwan
蔡芳旻
Elle
Hsiao Kang Senior High School
56 Taiwan
鍾佳軒
Kate
Hsiao Kang Senior High School
57 Taiwan
王皓昱
Larry Wang
ChungShan Senior High School
58 Taiwan
吳秉倫
Jonas Wu
ChungShan Senior High School
59 Taiwan
李玟蒨
Beita Lee
ChungShan Senior High School
60 Taiwan
施靜琪
Gina Shi
ChungShan Senior High School
61 Taiwan
劉殷綺
Elysa Liou
ChungShan Senior High School
62 Taiwan
蔡旻毅
Peter Tsai
ChungShan Senior High School
63 Taiwan
馮曉霞
Hsiao-Hsia Feng
ChungShan Senior High School
64 Taiwan
許洺嘉
Hus Chiu
ChungShan Senior High School
65 Taiwan
王彥允
Joseph Wang
ChungShan Senior High School
66 Taiwan
王芯苡
Peggy Wang
ChungShan Senior High School
67 Taiwan
吳宜錚
Jane Wu
ChungShan Senior High School
55
53
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
68 Taiwan
吳怡錚
Joanne Wu
ChungShan Senior High School
69 Taiwan
周依潔
Jodie Chou
ChungShan Senior High School
70 Taiwan
周涵旭
Josephine Zhou
ChungShan Senior High School
71 Taiwan
林文瑛
Ina Lin
ChungShan Senior High School
72 Taiwan
林映彤
Winnie Lin
ChungShan Senior High School
73 Taiwan
林菀怡
Amelia Lin
ChungShan Senior High School
74 Taiwan
張云嘉
Teresa Chang
ChungShan Senior High School
75 Taiwan
陳如萍
Amy Chen
ChungShan Senior High School
76 Taiwan
陳俐君
Joyce Chen
ChungShan Senior High School
77 Taiwan
陳昱云
Cindy Chen
ChungShan Senior High School
78 Taiwan
陳婉君
Amy Chen
ChungShan Senior High School
79 Taiwan
陳鈞惠
Sally Chen
ChungShan Senior High School
80 Taiwan
曾存憶
Sal Zeng
ChungShan Senior High School
81 Taiwan
黃雅鈴
Angel Huang
ChungShan Senior High School
82 Taiwan
廖婉文
Nancy Liaw
ChungShan Senior High School
83 Taiwan
劉又瑄
Vivi Liou
ChungShan Senior High School
84 Taiwan
謝松燕
Vanessa Shie
ChungShan Senior High School
85 Taiwan
蘇庭萱
Julia Su
ChungShan Senior High School
86 Taiwan
鐘彗棻
Vicky Chong
ChungShan Senior High School
87 Taiwan
黃于真
Carol Huang
ChungShan Senior High School
88 Taiwan
曾娩琳
Lynn Zeng
ChungShan Senior High School
89 Taiwan
唐凌
Lynn Tang
ChungShan Senior High School
90 Taiwan
洪逸純
Yi-Chun Hung
ChungShan Senior High School
91 Taiwan
曾雨淳
Clark Tseng
ChungShan Senior High School
92 Taiwan
謝尚育
ChungShan Senior High School
93 Taiwan
李遠贊
ChungShan Senior High School
94 Taiwan
張以誠
ChungShan Senior High School
95 Taiwan
張勝杰
Sheng-jie Zhang
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
96 Taiwan
簡芳純
Fang-chun Jian
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
97 Taiwan
魏堃宇
Kun-yu Wei
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
98 Taiwan
吳政菱
Jeng-ling Wu
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
99 Taiwan
許媛翔
Yuan-Hsiang Hsu
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
100 Taiwan
黃郁菱
Yu-ling Huang
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
101 Taiwan
薛淑娟
Shu-juan Xiu
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
102 Taiwan
蘇琬婷
Wan-ting Su
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
103 Taiwan
林瓏
Lung Lin
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
56
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
104 Taiwan
王瓊雯
Chiung-wen Wang
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
105 Taiwan
簡志憲
Zhi-xian Jian
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
106 Taiwan
孫維良
Wei-liang Sun
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
107 Taiwan
辛佩城
Pei-cheng Xin
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
108 Taiwan
許晉銘
Jin-min Xu
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
109 Taiwan
柯建宇
Jian-yu Ke
Kaohsiung Industrial Voc.High School
110 Taiwan
王廷維
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
111 Taiwan
蔡亞諭
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
112 Taiwan
陳孟謙
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
113 Taiwan
顏嘉德
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
114 Taiwan
傅偉豪
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
115 Taiwan
邱志龍
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
116 Taiwan
許益愷
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
117 Taiwan
鄭凱倫
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
118 Taiwan
許仕宏
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
119 Taiwan
傅發聖
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
120 Taiwan
吳思遠
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
121 Taiwan
徐正茹
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
122 Taiwan
謝之瑜
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
123 Taiwan
翁郁絜
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
124 Taiwan
吳美萱
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
125 Taiwan
柯汶君
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
126 Taiwan
王怡淳
127 Taiwan
李佳樺
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
128 Taiwan
高緯宸
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
129 Taiwan
吳宛玲
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
130 Taiwan
蕭雨柔
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
131 Taiwan
張育瑄
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
132 Taiwan
呂宛珊
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
133 Taiwan
金子芳
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
134 Taiwan
許舒雅
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
135 Taiwan
洪連穗
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
136 Taiwan
許筑婷
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
137 Taiwan
陳欣郁
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
138 Taiwan
吳瑜庭
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
139 Taiwan
林思彤
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
Cindy Wang
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
57
54
No. Country
Name
140 Taiwan
劉琇玉
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
141 Taiwan
鄭微加
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
142 Taiwan
鍾岦真
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
143 Taiwan
蔡佩芝
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
144 Taiwan
林吟庭
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
145 Taiwan
陳韻安
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
146 Taiwan
邱冠馨
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
147 Taiwan
邱雅琪
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
148 Taiwan
陳雅榕
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
149 Taiwan
盧昕郁
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
150 Taiwan
魏廷恩
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
151 Taiwan
饒吉翔
Kaohsiung Voc. High School of Commerce
152 Taiwan
黃詠琪
Yonggi Huang
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
153 Taiwan
林楷庭
Daniel Lin
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
154 Taiwan
蔡雅馨
Kim Tsai
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
155 Taiwan
林珈妮
Daphny Lin
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
156 Taiwan
胡元
Yuan Hu
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
157 Taiwan
林孟薇
158 Taiwan
黃棣佑
159 Taiwan
申振緯
Pu-Men Senior High School
160 Taiwan
陳冠廷
Pu-Men Senior High School
161 Taiwan
李泓臻
Pu-Men Senior High School
162 Taiwan
林佳容
Pu-Men Senior High School
163 Taiwan
陳筠
Alice Chen
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
164 Taiwan
林佑欣
Cynthia Lin
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
165 Taiwan
林品妤
Wendy Lin
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
166 Taiwan
蔡雅雯
Yuki Chi
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
167 Taiwan
黃巧柔
CarolHuang
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
168 Taiwan
雷晴惠
Cher Lei
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
169 Taiwan
李安宜
Anne Lee
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
170 Taiwan
李婉瑜
Emily Lee
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
171 Taiwan
廖偉晴
Wendy Liao
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
172 Taiwan
張華尹
Freda Chang
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
173 Taiwan
陳佩妤
Angela Chen
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
174 Taiwan
鄭雅云
Lindy
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
175 Taiwan
黃勻柔
Carol Huang
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
English Name
School
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
David Huang
The Affiliated Senior High School of NKNU
58
58
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
176 Taiwan
王采如
RubyWang
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
177 Taiwan
陳翊宣
Ginny Chang
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
178 Taiwan
許菱珊
Melissa Chai
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
179 Taiwan
莊茹媜
Ely Juang
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
180 Taiwan
黃瑞苓
Rica Hung
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
181 Taiwan
邱秋萍
Kelly Chow
Pingtung Girls’senior High School
182 Taiwan
施雅蘋
Ruth Shih
Fenghsin Senior High School
183 Taiwan
洪芯瑀
Hong Shin-Yu
Fenghsin Senior High School
184 Taiwan
顏子淯
Yen Tzu-Yu
Fenghsin Senior High School
185 Taiwan
王大為
David Wang
Fenghsin Senior High School
186 Taiwan
陳澤瑩
Jonas Chen
Fenghsin Senior High School
187 Taiwan
陸昀泓
Albert Lu
Fenghsin Senior High School
188 Taiwan
王羚
Wang-Ling
Fenghsin Senior High School
189 Taiwan
陳培妮
Chen Pei-Ni
Fenghsin Senior High School
190 Taiwan
黃詩婷
Fenny Haung
Fenghsin Senior High School
191 Taiwan
林瑋茹
Christine Lin
Fenghsin Senior High School
192 Taiwan
蘇炯蒖
Sophia Su
Fenghsin Senior High School
193 Taiwan
陳凱琳
Caren Chen
Fenghsin Senior High School
194 Taiwan
溫舒惠
Chiu Sheng-Fang
Fenghsin Senior High School
195 Taiwan
陳珮語
Amy Chen
Fenghsin Senior High School
196 Taiwan
謝玫芸
Jenny Hsieh
Fenghsin Senior High School
197 Taiwan
余佳潔
Yolanda
Fenghsin Senior High School
198 Taiwan
吳芳儀
199 Taiwan
宋筱雅
Sophia Soong
Da-Li Senior High School
200 Taiwan
楊惠萍
Peggy Yang
Da-Li Senior High School
201 Taiwan
洪紹毓
Shaoyu
Da-Li Senior High School
202 Taiwan
鄧亦涵
Annie Den
Da-Li Senior High School
203 Taiwan
鄭名珊
Ginny Cheng
Da-Li Senior High School
204 Taiwan
姚怡安
Julia Yao
Da-Li Senior High School
205 Taiwan
李逸倫
Bobby Lee
Shih Chia Junior High school
206 Taiwan
吳彥霖
Tony Wu
Shih Chia Junior High school
207 Taiwan
陳昱仰
Jason Chen
Shih Chia Junior High school
208 Taiwan
陳怜均
Jessica Chen
Shih Chia Junior High school
209 Taiwan
李媐雁
Kathy Lee
Shih Chia Junior High school
210 Taiwan
熊明珩
Sue Hsiung
Shih Chia Junior High school
211 Taiwan
陳欣岑
Cindy Chen
Shih Chia Junior High school
Wu
Fenghsin Senior High School
59
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
212 Taiwan
張舒涵
Ennice Chang
Shih Chia Junior High school
213 Taiwan
張耀仁
Andy Chang
Ruei Feng Junior High School
214 Taiwan
柯沛如
Amy Ke
Ruei Feng Junior High School
215 Taiwan
洪慈君
Julia Houng
Ruei Feng Junior High School
216 Taiwan
潘慧瑛
Anny Pan
Ruei Feng Junior High School
217 Taiwan
李同贊
Samuel Li
Ruei Feng Junior High School
218 Taiwan
林怡均
Landy Lin
Ruei Feng Junior High School
219 Taiwan
吳彥慧
Stepheny
Shou Shan Junior High school
220 Taiwan
林佳儒
Tiffany
Shou Shan Junior High school
221 Taiwan
林香吟
Wendy
Shou Shan Junior High school
222 Taiwan
林琪真
Sherry
Shou Shan Junior High school
223 Taiwan
施孟芸
Cindy
Shou Shan Junior High school
224 Taiwan
徐上淳
Shino
Shou Shan Junior High school
225 Taiwan
高鈺函
Jessie
Shou Shan Junior High school
226 Taiwan
陳昱倫
Shiela
Shou Shan Junior High school
227 Taiwan
黃千彧
Ariel
Shou Shan Junior High school
228 Taiwan
趙念慈
Emily
Shou Shan Junior High school
229 Taiwan
蔡宛縈
Grace
Shou Shan Junior High school
230 Taiwan
余懿恒
Stever
Shou Shan Junior High school
231 Taiwan
呂文
232 Taiwan
李政哲
Jay
Shou Shan Junior High school
233 Taiwan
徐嘉駿
Daniel
Shou Shan Junior High school
234 Taiwan
曾俊穎
Jeremy
Shou Shan Junior High school
235 Taiwan
黃文煥
Mark
Shou Shan Junior High school
236 Taiwan
黃國庭
Ting
Shou Shan Junior High school
237 Taiwan
王姿云
Rita
Shou Shan Junior High school
238 Taiwan
王祖恩
Annie
Shou Shan Junior High school
239 Taiwan
吳思慧
Annie
Shou Shan Junior High school
240 Taiwan
林欣蓓
Peggy
Shou Shan Junior High school
241 Taiwan
翁儷嘉
Lichia
Shou Shan Junior High school
242 Taiwan
陳映君
Kelly
Shou Shan Junior High school
243 Taiwan
王建凱
Brian
Shou Shan Junior High school
244 Taiwan
蔡尚均
Alan
Shou Shan Junior High school
245 Taiwan
沈怡均
Shou Shan Junior High school
246 Taiwan
陳傑倫
Shou Shan Junior High school
247 Taiwan
黃菲虹
Shou Shan Junior High school
Shou Shan Junior High school
60
No. Country
Name
248 Taiwan
楊奕傑
249 Taiwan
林美怡
Mercy
Shou Shan Junior High school
250 Taiwan
鍾佳妤
Jessica
Shou Shan Junior High school
251 Taiwan
陳柏翰
Paul
Shou Shan Junior High school
252 Taiwan
丁群展
Ric
Shou Shan Junior High school
253 Taiwan
陳柏洲
Shou Shan Junior High school
254 Taiwan
甘怡
Shou Shan Junior High school
255 Taiwan
吳若瑀
Jessica Wu
Feng-his Junior High School
256 Taiwan
周書民
Sam Chou
Feng-his Junior High School
257 Taiwan
戴瑜萱
Annia Dai
Feng-his Junior High School
258 Taiwan
簡如晨
Jennifer Jian
Feng-his Junior High School
259 Taiwan
蔡念真
Nely Tsai
Feng-his Junior High School
260 Taiwan
陳奕尹
Erin Chen
Feng-his Junior High School
261 Taiwan
蘇凌
Cathy Su
Feng-his Junior High School
262 Taiwan
李奕蓁
Jenny Li
Feng-his Junior High School
263 Taiwan
陳奕均
Egor Chen
Feng-his Junior High School
264 Taiwan
齊浩為
Julie Gi
Feng-his Junior High School
265 Taiwan
鄭筑尹
Abbie Zheng
Feng-his Junior High School
266 Taiwan
吳守弘
Steven Wu
Feng-his Junior High School
267 Taiwan
李孟珊
Megan Li
Feng-his Junior High School
268 Taiwan
李易謙
Eric Li
Feng-his Junior High School
269 Taiwan
蔡有訓
Jack Tsai
San-min Senior High school
270 Taiwan
韋長志
Jason Wei
San-min Senior High school
271 Taiwan
宋佾蓁
Cathy Sung
San-min Senior High school
272 Taiwan
陳靖
Jean Chen
San-min Senior High school
273 Taiwan
吳睿穎
Crystal Wu
San-min Senior High school
274 Taiwan
馬碩鴻
Ma,Shuo-Hung
Her Pin Elementary School
275 Taiwan
陳慧婷
Chen,Hui-Ting
Her Pin Elementary School
276 Taiwan
陳靜玉
Chen,Ching-Yu
Her Pin Elementary School
277 Taiwan
黃柏源
Huang,Po-Yuan
Her Pin Elementary School
278 Taiwan
高展宏
Victor Kao
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
279 Taiwan
曾子文
Wayne Tseng
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
280 Taiwan
曾子祥
KevinTseng
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
281 Taiwan
顏銘傑
Jay Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
282 Taiwan
顏慧萍
Ella Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
283 Taiwan
柯雪思
Annie Ko
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
English Name
School
Shou Shan Junior High school
61
No. Country
Name
English Name
School
284 Taiwan
顏孟偉
Jack Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
285 Taiwan
田蔚允
Walter Tien
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
286 Taiwan
吳承恩
Tony Wu
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
287 Taiwan
曾宸佑
Rorance Tseng
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
288 Taiwan
吳子麟
Roy Wu
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
289 Taiwan
陳孝榮
David Chen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
290 Taiwan
謝志臣
Michel Hsieh
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
291 Taiwan
洪惠茹
Lucy Hung
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
292 Taiwan
吳佩雯
Polly Wu
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
293 Taiwan
柯葦齊
Ruby Ko
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
294 Taiwan
高子婷
Jane Kao
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
295 Taiwan
顏晨
Julia Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
296 Taiwan
張佳瑩
Tina Chang
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
297 Taiwan
顏美鳳
May Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
298 Taiwan
陳曉倩
Angel Chen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
299 Taiwan
洪偉杰
Joe Hung
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
300 Taiwan
黃育莟
Judy Hung
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
301 Taiwan
謝穎萱
Sherry Hsieh
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
302 Taiwan
顏岳慈
Nancy Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
303 Taiwan
吳立玟
May Wu
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
304 Taiwan
顏慧苓
Lyne Yen
Tao-Yuan Elementary school
305 Taiwan
林愷俐
Kerry Lin
Hsin Chya Elementary School
306 Taiwan
翁韻琇
Kathy Weng
Hsin Chya Elementary School
307 Taiwan
劉綱
Elegant Liu
Hsin Chya Elementary School
308 Taiwan
洪端宏
Leo Hung
Hsin Chya Elementary School
309 Taiwan
張家康
Newton Chang
Hsin Chya Elementary School
62
NDYS 2006 Volunteers
No.
Country Name
English Name School
1
Taiwan 林信宇
Sidney Lin
SHEI-JIN Elementary school
2
Taiwan 吳佩璇
Joanne
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3
Taiwan 余嘉玲
Jenny Yu
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Dong-guang Elementary School
4
Taiwan 黃秀穗
Hsiusui Huang National Cheng Kung University
5
Taiwan 張家銘
Jack Chang
6
Taiwan 鄭惠仁
S h l
Shou Shan Junior High school
7
Taiwan 邱聖文
Shou Shan Junior High school
8
Taiwan 胡美玲
Shou Shan Junior High school
9
Taiwan 黃玳勻
Shou Shan Junior High school
10
Taiwan 方笙容
Shou Shan Junior High school
11
Taiwan 曹淑佩
Shou Shan Junior High school
12
Taiwan 高榕佑
Shou Shan Junior High school
13
Taiwan 陳桂華
14
Taiwan 張毓文
Feng-his Junior High School
15
Taiwan 楊雅茹
Feng-his Junior High School
16
Taiwan 簡如晨
Feng-his Junior High School
17
Taiwan 黃于庭
18
Taiwan 溫家豪
19
Taiwan 朱庭震
20
Taiwan 盧易孜
21
Taiwan 徐晶萍
22
Taiwan 廖紫玲
23
Taiwan 林宛蓉
Cherry Chen
Dana Huang
Kaohsiung ChungShan Senior High
Feng-his Junior High School
Tainan Sie-jin Elementary school
63
ht
2006 NDYS Guest Host Matching Table
NO. Country
1
Iran
2
Iran
3
Iran
school
English names
Allameh Jaffari Technical
Mariam Mokhtari
school
Hassanabad
Kherad High school
Nikta Noparast
Omran e Andishe high
Sara Fazeli Masayeh
Name Host
Host
School
郭玟嬨
瑞豐國中
柯沛如
瑞豐國中
潘慧瑛
瑞豐國中
school
4
Japan
Yuki, Imura
邱聖芬
5
Japan
Tetsuro, Nakazato
陳佩妍
6
Japan
Okinawa Shogaku High
Ziyi, Chen
鄭茵芷
7
Japan
school
Ryuto, Hokama
黃棣佑
8
Japan
Mr. Ryosaku, Oshiro
黃棣佑
9
Japan
Hidefumi, Nkamura
朱軒緯
高雄中學
So Mi Kim
金少美 張輝正
壽山國中
11 Malaysia
Goh Tuck Wah
吴达华 蘇凌
12 Malaysia
Shahrul Hafiszie Zainol
周書民
13 Malaysia
Muhd Hafiz Hassan
吳守宏
14 Malaysia Batu 4 National
Sharmila Awali
鳳新高中
高師大附中
Korea Education and
10 Korea
Research Information
Service
15 Malaysia Secondary School, Gerik Yee Yun Hea
莎米拉 吳若瑀
俞云惠 蔡念真
16 Malaysia
Haji Jaafar Saleh
李易謙
17 Malaysia
Nur Hamidah Radzali
鄭筑平
18 Malaysia
CHONG MEI YEN
19 Malaysia Pantai Remis National
Rajan Palanisamy
20 Malaysia Secondary School
Eu Kwang Shenq
余观胜 張以誠
21 Malaysia
Tan Yi Jing
陈益靖 熊明衍
Su Ling Siaw
苏凌霄 吳彥霖
Yeoh Dee Huang
周来珠 熊明衍
24 Malaysia
Chiew Lai Choo
杨丽芳 吳彥霖
25 Malaysia AMC National Type
Chin Shih Yuan
陈诗元 林美怡
26 Malaysia Secondary School, Ipoh
Annie Choong Hsiao Yi 钟晓怡 施孟芸
27 Malaysia
Leong Pooi Yan
22 Malaysia
Dato's Idris National
Secondary School,
23 Malaysia
Pantai Remis
64
鳯西國中
张美燕 張輝正
壽山國中
謝尚育
中山高中
梁佩恩 李佩瑜
獅甲國中
壽山國中
NO. Country
school
28 Malaysia
29 Malaysia
Sam Tek National Type
Secondary School, Ipoh
English names
Name Host
Mak Xiao Jian
麥肖劍 張志嘉
Ch'ng Dao Zhen
庄道祯 王彥傑
Host
School
Priscilla Sim Chooi Har
巫秀慧
Nur Dalila Daus
周怡君
Lim Kong Siong
林光祥 饒吉祥
33 Malaysia
Wong Woy Chun
黄蕙珍 張添庸
34 Malaysia
Low Sew Kim
刘秀琴 張添庸
35 Malaysia
Yup Pui San
叶佩珊 黃瑞玲
36 Malaysia
Lau Xin Rou
刘欣柔 莊茹媜
Foo Chuk Kuan
胡祝郡 張華尹
Lew Pick Khee
刘碧琪 廖偉晴
39 Malaysia
Chung Kok Lin
钟国林 陳佩妤
40 Malaysia
Chan Foo Heng
陈富兴 李安宜
41 Malaysia
FOONG THYE YEW
冯带友 李安宜
42 Malaysia Perak Ed. Departn.
Ch'ng Teng Leong
庄庭亮 張輝正
壽山國中
43 Trinidad
Gia Gaspard Taylor
俞郁蓁
河濱國小
Abraham Fergusson
俞郁蓁
河濱國小
30 Malaysia
31 Malaysia
32 Malaysia
Ipoh Perak Teacher
Training Collage
37 Malaysia
38 Malaysia
44
Poi Lam National Type
Secondary School, Ipoh
El Dorado
and
Comprehensive
Tobago
Secondary School
45 Taiwan
宋佾蓁 陳奕尹
46 Taiwan
陳靖
47 Taiwan
高雄高商
屏東女中
吳翠倩
蔡有訓 陳奕均
鳳西國中
台北縣三民高中國中部
48 Taiwan
吳睿穎 李孟珊
49 Taiwan
韋長志 李奕蓁
50 Taiwan
蘇信滿 吳翠玲
鳯新高中
51 Taiwan
洪紹毓 黃于真
中山高中
52 Taiwan
鄧亦涵 李遠贊
中山高中
鄭名珊 何家儀
鳯新高中
54 Taiwan
姚怡安 齊浩為
鳯西國中
55 Taiwan
宋筱雅 戴瑜萱
鳯西國中
53 Taiwan
台北市大理高中
65
2006
NDYS
接(送)機時間表
Country
School
number
Arrival Time
Departure
Time
Check in Time
Reception
Personel
Iran
Allameh Jafari
Technical school
教師 1 人
Jan.4
23:00 CI648
Jan.10
15:00
Jan.10
13:00
瑞豐國中
Iran
Kherad High
school
學生 1 人
Jan.4
23:00 CI648
Jan.10
15:00
Jan.10
13:00
瑞豐國中
Iran
Omran e Andishe
high school
學生 1 人
Jan.4
23:00 CI648
Jan.10
15:0
Jan.10
13:00
瑞豐國中
Japan
Shogaku High
school
教師 1 人
學生 6 人
Jan.5
14:35 CI 193
Jan. 9
14:25 CI 122
Jan. 9
12:25 CI 122
鳯新高中
師大附中
Malaysia
SMJK Poi
Lam,Ipoh
教師 2 人
學生 5 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
屏東女中
Malaysia
SMK Batu 4
教師 3 人
學生 5 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
鳯西國中
Malaysia
SMJK AMC
學生 4 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
壽山國中
Malaysia
SMJK Sam Tek
學生 1 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
壽山國中
Malaysia
SMK Pantai Remis 教師 2 人
學生 2 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
中山高中
Malaysia
SMK Dato's Idris
學生 2 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
獅甲國中
Malaysia
MPIP,Ipoh
教師 2 人
學生 3 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
高雄高商
Malaysia
Perak Ed. Departn. 督學 1 人
Jan.5
20:40 CI658
Jan.9
15:40 CI653
Jan.9
08:00 工博館
壽山國中
Trinidad
and
Tobago
Korea
El Dorado
教師 1 人
Comprehensive
學生 1 人
Secondary School
KERIS
研究員 1 人
Jan.3
21:45 EG0279
Jan.9
08:35 EG0218
台北
河濱國小
Jan.5
14:35 CI193
Jan.9
14:25
Jan.9
12:25
壽山國中
臺北市
大理高中
教師 1 人
學生 5 人
Jan.6
17:30 工博館
Jan.8
自行到車站
中山高中
鳯新高中
臺北縣
三民中學
教師 2 人
學生 5 人
Jan.6
17:30 工博館
Jan.8
自行到車站
鳯西國中
高雄縣
桃源國小
教師 10 人
學生 27 人
Jan.7
08:00
Jan.8
自行搭車
壽山國中
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高雄市政府教育局 94 年度創造力教育「千里 flow 嬋娟--教學無國界理念」方案之自然災害國際青少年高峰會(NDYS 2006)
工作人員
主任委員
鄭進丁
策劃與督辦本項活動各項事宜
副主任委員
王駿發
指導委員
蔡協族
陳訓祥
張坤錄
周中天
潘輝雄
總幹事
張輝正
規劃與執行各項活動事宜
副總幹事
趙美華 黃俊夫 王長華
協助規劃與執行各項活動事宜
國際聯繫組
吳翠玲
國外師生聯繫與協調事宜
國內聯繫組
俞郁蓁
國內學校聯繫與協調事宜
接待家庭組
王瓊凰
國內外師生家庭接待暨旅館安排
活動組
林劭芃 張美珍
各項活動規劃、執行與管控
膳食組
廖素娥
活動期間膳食供應聯絡事宜
視訊組
夏如春
會場音控、影像傳輸控制
攝影記錄組
鄭博州 方笙容
會場攝影及錄影
網路課程組
吳翠玲 王瓊凰 康春枝
塗凱貽 郭玟嬨
網路課程設計、開課、評量暨成果彙集
總務組
施四明 鄭祿珍
經費執行與核銷
露營場地組
吳文峻 陳德利
山海戀營地整理 帳棚寢具準備
大會場地組
洪飛騰 謝杉河 林世堂
洪志銘
演講廰 研討室 視訊設備 展覽廳
設計佈置組
謝宜珍
圖像設計、邀請卡出席證旗幟設計、會場佈置
文書組
郭玲君 黃玳勻
手冊編印、往返文件、成果展示、新聞稿提供、
各校簡介影片製作
交通組
王志賓
各校報到時間安排暨交通工具管控 城市觀光
路線暨交通工具安排
報到服務組
陳麗英 胡美玲 邱聖文
鄭惠仁 高榕佑 黃玳勻
曹淑佩
報到、資料發放、座位帶領、作品展示、貴賓
接待
器材組
薛靜宜
活動所需器材準備.保管.
新聞組
邱麗錦 王春明
媒體聯繫和新聞發佈
張添庸
陳金源
王進焱
朱耀明
方麗娜
陳守仁
余錦漳
陳武雄
陳年興
于富雲
張拉士
協助策劃與督辦本項活動各項事宜
活動方案之諮詢與指導及行動研究
67
NDYS 2006 參與學校
Schools Participant in NDYS 2006
國家
學校名稱
校長
Taiwan
高雄市立高雄高級中學
潘輝雄 Iran
Allameh Jafari Technical school
Taiwan
高雄市立中山高級中學
蔡清波 Iran
Kherad High school
Taiwan
高雄市立高雄高級商業職業學校
張添庸 Iran
Omran e Andishe high school
Taiwan
高雄市立高雄高級工業職業學校
孫明霞 JAPAN
Okinawa Shogaku High school
Taiwan
高雄市立三民家事商業職業學校
黃秀霞 JAPAN
Hyogo Prefectural Kawanishi Senior
High School Takarazuka Ryogen
Campus
Taiwan
臺北市立大理高級中學
謝念慈 JAPAN
JEARN
Taiwan
國立鳯新高級中學
藍鴻輝 JAPAN
Kyoto University
Taiwan
國立屏東女子高級中學
林秀琴 JAPAN
Maiko Senior High School
Taiwan
國立高雄師大附中高中部
蔡典謨 JAPAN
Nagoya Municipal Yanagi Elementary
School
Taiwan
高雄市立中正高級工業職業學校
吳參鏡 JAPAN
Okinawa Shogaku High school
Taiwan
高雄市立小港高級中學
李興源 korea
Korea Education
Information Service
Taiwan
高雄市立壽山國民中學
張輝正 Malaysia SMK Batu 4
Taiwan
高雄市立瑞豐國民中學
魏文瑞 Malaysia SMK Pantai Remis
Taiwan
高雄市立獅甲國民中學
李進丁 Malaysia SMK Dato's Idris
Taiwan
高雄縣立鳯西國民中學
林月盛 Malaysia SMJK AMC
Taiwan
台北縣立三民高級中學國中部
張經昆 Malaysia SMJK Sam Tek
Taiwan
高雄縣普門中學
葉明燦 Malaysia MPIP,Ipoh
Taiwan
高雄市三民區河濱國民小學
涂武雄 Malaysia SMJK Poi Lam,Ipoh
Taiwan
高雄縣桃源鄉桃源國民小學
李祈仁 Malaysia Perak Education Departn
Taiwan
高雄縣鳯山市新甲國民小學
Country School
林秀湖 Trinidad
& Tobago
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Research
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