The Study on First-Aid Education of Disaster for Primary School Student in China
Min Zhang, Li Li Guo, Min Xu
Beihua University, Jilin, China.
DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B029   PDF    HTML     4,329 Downloads   5,832 Views  


Objective:To investigate current status of school disaster education of primary school students and analyze potential causes and discuss how to establish a corresponding education mode. Methods:The questionnaires of disaster knowledge for Primary and middle school students were used in this study and a random sampling method was adopted for the research. Results:The primary school students maintained the high rate of disaster attention. 73% primary school students had pay attention to the occurrence of disasters; more than 75% primary school students were lack of knowledge on disaster prevention and mitigation and 58.5% students were not satisfied with school disaster education work. Conclusions:There was dislocation between the way and mode of school disaster education.It might improve the quality of the disaster education and expand the disaster education to promote the development of disaster education.

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Zhang, M. , Guo, L. and Xu, M. (2013) The Study on First-Aid Education of Disaster for Primary School Student in China. Engineering, 5, 140-141. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B029.

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