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National Center for Homeless Education at SERVE, 2015
After disasters, displaced families long to return to a sense of normalcy, so reconnecting children to school is especially important during this time. While providing the structure of the typical education setting, schools can help students overcome the trauma of a disaster and regain their academic and social stability. Once children are safely…
Descriptors: Natural Disasters, Homeless People, Federal Legislation, Access to Education
Brodie, Carolyn S.; Byerly, Greg – School Library Media Activities Monthly, 2005
Natural disasters come in all shapes and sizes and affect all areas of the earth, and studying natural disasters may make children more aware of their physical environment and their place in it. This column provides a list of websites on different types of natural disasters, including earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis, volcanoes, floods,…
Descriptors: Physical Environment, Natural Disasters, Internet, Web Sites
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Mizrak, Sefa; Tutkun, Tugay – Educational Policy Analysis and Strategic Research, 2020
Disasters affect individuals psychologically and some individuals take a long time to get rid of this effect. Psychological resilience is defined as the individuals having a psychologically strong structure, being affected by negative situations as little as possible and getting rid of stressful situations quickly. The aim of this study is to…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Natural Disasters, Insurance, Foreign Countries
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Terranova, Andrew M.; Morris, Amanda Sheffield; Myers, Sonya; Kithakye, Mumbe; Morris, Michael D. S. – Early Education and Development, 2015
Research Findings: It is clear that disasters negatively affect both adults and children. Yet there is little research examining the mechanisms whereby some people are negatively affected by disasters whereas others are resilient to these negative effects. Family functioning and child characteristics might be factors that influence the impact of…
Descriptors: Weather, Natural Disasters, Emotional Response, Parents
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Bateman, Amanda; Robinson, Paula – Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 2020
Even though natural disasters are becoming increasingly prevalent, research investigating and offering practical advice to teachers around caring for children during and after an earthquake event is limited. This article aims to provide unique insight from early childhood teachers into a real-life experience of caring for children at their early…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Natural Disasters, Early Childhood Teachers, Teaching Experience
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Pfund, Gabrielle N.; Edmonds, Grant W.; Hill, Patrick L. – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2020
Early adverse experiences can hold lasting influence on later life outcomes, particularly during formative developmental periods such as adolescence. The current study evaluates the impact of different kinds of adolescent trauma on later sense of purpose in adulthood, using data from the Hawaii Longitudinal Study of Personality and Health.…
Descriptors: Trauma, Adolescents, Predictor Variables, Self Concept
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Bradley, Deborah – Philosophy of Music Education Review, 2020
In this paper, I explore the question: What would it mean for history to be understood as the history of trauma? First implied by Sigmund Freud (2003/1920) in "Beyond the Pleasure Principle," and later taken up the Cathy Caruth (1991, 1993, 1996), the question has broad implications for music education. The nature of trauma as an enigma,…
Descriptors: Trauma, History, Music Education, Violence
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Seely, Natalee – Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 2020
Covering traumatic story assignments is often central to a journalist's job. Violent crimes, natural disasters, and tragic personal struggles--these are newsworthy events. Studies have associated trauma coverage with higher rates of posttraumatic stress disorder, burnout, and other traumatic stress symptoms in reporters. This study uses a survey…
Descriptors: Trauma, Journalism, News Reporting, Coping
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McBrayer, Juliann Sergi; Tysinger, Dawn; Tysinger, Jeffrey; Diamanduros, Terry; Fallon, Katherine – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2020
National trends indicate a need for continued crisis interventions, specifically for online settings. The purpose of this study was to examine perceptions of crisis frequency and preparedness of online educators. This research is needed to provide guidelines for detecting and responding to crisis to meet the educational needs of students in a safe…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Virtual Schools, Charter Schools, Crisis Intervention
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Schaughency, Elizabeth; Riordan, Jessica; Reese, Elaine; Derby, Melissa; Gillon, Gail – Infants and Young Children, 2020
Natural disasters are disruptive to families and communities, particularly when cascading effects continue over time. Such events, and ensuing disruptions to family life, present risks to young children's development, including oral language. Recognition of this potential vulnerability has led to calls for early childhood programming to support…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Natural Disasters, Child Development, Early Childhood Education
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Snowden, Monique L. – College and University, 2020
The "Chronicle of Higher Education" report "The Looming Enrollment Crisis" offers multiple case studies on how institutions "were" responding to shifting demographics and new student needs--that is, prior to the coronavirus pandemic. In contrast to the adverse impacts of natural disasters on particular geographic…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Coping, School Closing
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Elbedour, Salman; Alsubie, Futiem; Al'Uqdah, Shareefah N.; Bawalsah, Joseph A. – Children & Schools, 2020
The fundamental need for safety in schools requires research-based and trauma-informed strategies for implementing crisis management plans (CMPs). Beyond the immediate harm, longer-term potential outcomes of crises are psychological trauma and damage to the reputation for safety of the school, leading to staff attrition. An effective CMP involves…
Descriptors: Crisis Management, Emergency Programs, School Safety, Planning
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Lorenz, Aline; Roth, Anna; Priese, Carolin; Peukert, Eva; Mertel, Stefanie; Bloß, Susanne; Mehren, Rainer – Education 3-13, 2017
Interest is a central learning prerequisite for teaching. The article deals with a survey among 1600 primary school pupils in forms 2, 3 and 4 (ages 7-10) in the German federal state of Bavaria who were interviewed on their interest in geographical topics and working methods. They were given a questionnaire including 40 items to indicate their…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Student Interests, Student Surveys
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Preston, John; Chadderton, Charlotte; Kitagawa, Kaori; Edmonds, Casey – International Journal of Lifelong Education, 2015
Natural disasters are frequently exacerbated by anthropogenic mechanisms and have social and political consequences for communities. The role of community learning in disasters is seen to be increasingly important. However, the ways in which such learning unfolds in a disaster can differ substantially from case to case. This article uses a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ecology, Models, Community Education
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Amin, Rizwana; Nadeem, Erum; Iqbal, Khizra; Asadullah, Muhammad Ali; Hussain, Bashir – School Mental Health, 2020
The present study is a pilot study to examine the initial effectiveness of the Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET) program (Jaycox et al. in Support for Students Exposed to Trauma: the SSET program. Lesson plans, worksheets, and materials. TR-675, RAND, Santa Monica, CA, 2009) in reducing PTSD symptoms and building resilience and social…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Program Effectiveness, Trauma, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
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