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There are a number of disasters in APEC economies, such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruption, fires, landslides, typhoons, and flooding. Those disasters could be natural or as a result of man-made. Indonesia is one of country that is vulnerable to natural hazards especially towards floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruption, fires, and landslides. UNESCO (2010) has already differentiated between ‘hazards’ and ‘disasters’. Hazards are natural while disasters are not. Hazards such as floods, earthquakes, and tsunamis become disasters only when society lacks the ability to cope with them. UNESCO ISDR (2007) states that disasters such as the October 2005 earthquake in Pakistan, where over 16,000 children died in schools that collapsed, or the recent mudslide on Leyte Island in the Philippines, where more than 200 school children were buried alive, are just a few tragic examples of why more needs to be done to protect our children before disasters strikes.

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The lack of knowledge on disaster phenomena leads to a tremendous number of victims. People living along the coastline failed to recognize that the receding of water quickly and unexpectedly from the coast may be the sign of tsunami will be coming. People followed it instead of running toward higher ground and inland. Many lost their lives because they did not know the meaning of receding coast. For saving our life, Emergency Preparedness Education is one of the most urgently needed topics for school education. UNESCO ISDR (2007) gives two good examples that what people know is more important that what they have when it comes to saving lives and reducing loss. The first example, on a beach in Thailand, when the December 2004 Tsunami struck, British schoolgirl Tilly Smith saved many lives by urging people to flee the shore: her geography class in Britain had enabled her to recognize the first signs of a tsunami. The second example, at the same time, Anto, a young boy on the Indonesian island of Simeulue had learned from his grandfather what to do when an earthquake strikes. He and all the other islanders ran to higher ground before the tsunami struck, sparing all but eight members of the community.


In the future, the problems of us will be different to the problem to our students. Therefore we need to give the chance to them the way to solve their problems by themselves. Therefore, other methods should be implemented to ensure that every students in each economy will learn how to identify the problems, how to collect information and data, and how to solve the problems by and for themselves.

Attached are the Report from SEAMEO QITEP in Mathematics Delegation (1 Report), the PowerPoint from the Project Overseer (G1),  KeyNote Speaker (KN 1 to KN 7), Lesson Plan (LP 1 and LP 2), Specialists (S1 – S11) and the Guide Line concerning Scince Museum. Please clik.

2014 REPORT of the 8 APECTsukuba International Conference

G 1 Maitree Inprasitha,Ph D,Thailand Masami Isoda,Ph D,Japan Ok

KN 1 Dr. Gabriele Kaiser, Germany

KN 2 Dr. Toh Tim Lam, Singapore

KN 3 Dr. Abraham Arcabi, Israel ok

KN 4 Dr. Klaus Rasumussen, Denmark

KN 5 Dr. Kirbani Sri Brotopuspito, Indonesia

KN 6 Dr. Ivan Vysotskiy, Russia

KN 7 Dr. Song Bo, China

LP 1 DrLitWinHongKong

LP 2 1 N Satoshi

LP 2 2 N Satoshi

LP 2 3 N Satoshi

S 1 2014 Volcanoes Erup Subanar & Fadjar Indonesia

S 2 Dr. Soledad.A.Ulep, the Philippines Dr. Eligio C. Obille Jr. the Philippines

S 3 Dr Maitree Inprasitha, Thailand Dr. Auijit Pattanajak, Thiland Dr. Narumol Inprasitha, Thailand

S 4 Dr. Patsy Wang-Iverson, America

S 5 Dr. Artuno Mena Lorea, Chile

S 6 Dr. Peggy Foo, Singapore Dr. Magdaline Kang, Singapore

S 7 Dr. Monica Mayumi Mmiyagui Miyagui, Peru Dr. Karina Natalia Sullon Acosta, Peru

S 8 Dr. NGUYEN Chi Thanh, Vietnam

S 9 Dr. Hee-Chan Lew, Korea

S 10 Dr. Suhaidah Tahir, Malaysia

S 11 Dr. Nobuaki Kawasaki, Japan

SMG Guide_Eng_Science_Museum

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