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Improve Disaster Risk Management in India by Using Knowledge-Base and Statistics - Accident investigations - introductory course on blended learning

Code AI|2009|ADMIN|85
Short title 1 Statistical data: Blended Learning Introductory Course – Accident investigation
Title Improve Disaster Risk Management in India by Using Knowledge-Base and Statistics - Accident investigations - introductory course on blended learning
Fields iDRM AI: Accident Investigation
Target Groups ADMIN: Regulators and Adminsitration
Persons

Dr. Anil K. Gupta (Moderator)

Sreeja S. Nair (Moderator)

Dipl.-Biol. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux (Advisor)

Dr. Klaus Roder (Trainer)

Institutions
Event Details
Date Place Details Application
Mon 27.09.2010
Tue 28.09.2010

2 Day(s)
NIDM Building IIPA Campus I.P. Estate
NIDM building IIPA Campus I.P. Estate
M.G. Marg
110 002 New Delhi , Delhi

Contact Name: Mr. Peter Bank, Dr. Anil Gupta, Ass Professor, NIDM, Ms Sreeja
peter@ifanos-concept.eu, envirosafe2007@gmail.com
Methodology Workshop: 27.-28. September
Introduction to the Blended-learning course: 15th November to 17th December 2010
Four weeks of Web Based Training (WBT) + 3 days classroom
Max. participants 30
Crediting Authority NIDM and InWEnt
Target Group Faculty of ATIs from DRM sector
Middle level officials from State/District Disaster Management Authorities
Middle level officials from CSO and the Directorates of Statistics and Economics (state level)having background of environmental, Agricultural or disaster statistics
Organiser NIDM and InWEnt
Institutions Involved DMI, ifanos concept & planning (Germany and India)
Objectives
  • Introduction of the blended learning methodology
  • Use of blended learning to use available statistical information for improvement of preparedness, response to disasters and relief and recovery after disasters
  • Develop in group work a first concept of a blended learning approach in DRM and Statistics
Expected results/impacts
  • Participants are familiar with blended learning methodology and requirements and are able to promote the approach.
  • The members of the target group analyze the risk scenario with the help of available information. The course enables participants to consult available statistical information and narrow the risk scenario accordingly. The participants inform users about risk scenarios and create awareness of presumptive victims of disasters in the target areas.
  • Participants’ skills to present statistical data to a laymen audience are enhanced.
Indicators to measure success/impact

ATIs express their interest in expanded blended learning offers.
The course participants consult independently and with confidence available information for the target areas. Their awareness of the risks increases (visibility of risk awareness). The response to this type of disasters is quicker (Response time reduction); the number of fatal victims is reduced over time.

Description of contents/agenda
Icon Schedule (1.0 MB)
Broucher and Schedule of the Introductary Course
DRM and the use of statistics - ablended learning course
Participants analyze the risk scenario with the help of available information. The course enables them to consult available statistical information and narrow thus the risk scenario.
Dr. Anil Gupta, NIDM wellcomes the participants



Content in InWEnt global campus (password required)
This if for a first exposure (Module 3) to get a "feel" for the full course. Try it!
UserID: drm_guest
Password: nidm_guest



Methodology workshop “InWEnt Blended-learning approach in perspective of DRM related Capacity Building in India”:

The workshop will introduce the specific features and advantages of the blended learning methodology. Best practices and experiences of InWEnt will be presented and discussed.
Methodology and promotion of such courses as well as discussion of infrastructural and resources requirements will form an important part of the workshop.
The course will include the following topics:

  • General introduction to the InWEnt blended-learning approach and the internet platform Global Campus 21 as an e-learning and blended-learning tool
  • Features of blended-learning and best practice examples
  • How to design a blended-learning approach? In general and specifically for DRM

Session II-I: The InWEnt Blended-learning approach;
GC21 as an e-learning and Blended-learning tool /Example: Poverty Analysis

  • The GC21 approach, How to use InWEnt e-learning competencies for other e-learning portals and approaches
  • The e-learning tools: self-learning, e-discussions, live collaboration, asynchronic exchange tools (pinboard, share of documents)
  • The 'classic' tools: classroom session, working groups, case studies, conferences, network events

Session III-I: Blended-learning

  • Why and how to combine e-learning and classic approaches to a greater benefit of the learner and his institution
  • Explanation of different approaches formats and purposes (peer-learning, alumni, networking, long-term on the job coaching...)

Session IV-I: Blended-learning:
Best practices from InWEnt and partner institutions in selected thematic fields

Session I-II: Wrap-up and work programme of the day
Moderator summarizes and introduces to the group work

Session II-II: How to design a Blended-learning approach in the field of DRM:
Parallel Working Groups

  • Identification of course targets, target groups and learning needs
  • Design of e-learning component
  • Elaboration of according classic components (classroom, network, follow-up, coaching

Session III-II: Peer learning session: Presentation and Discussion of Results

  • Different working groups present each other the results, while changing perspectives:
  • 1st perspective: Blended-learning experts group has to convince an institutional board why Blended-learning and the according programme is of more benefit then classical capacity building
  • 2nd perspective: Board members ask tricky questions and need to be convinced of the Blended-learning approach as a cost-effective and efficient capacity building instrument
  • Feedback from moderator

Session IV-II: The way forward: Example of 'Statistics for DRM in India' as a Blended-learning tool

  • Overview course contents and approach
  • Integration into long-term capacity building approach of NIDM and other partner institutions
Pictures

Inauguration by the Executive director NIDM Dr. P.G. Dhar Chakrabarti

Klaus Roeder - Trainer InWEnt and ifanos concept & planning

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Event report and material
Icon Handouts (3.9 MB)
Presentation files of the course
Klaus Röder
Icon Report (804KB)
Preparatory Course - DRM and Statistics
Icon Day 1 (160KB)
Session II Overview
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Icon Day 1 (908KB)
Session III Global Campus 21
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Icon Day 1 (315KB)
Session IV Blended Learning on Global Campus 21
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Icon Day 1 (630KB)
Session V Blended Learning- Best practices from InWEnt and partners
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Icon Day 2 (1.5 MB)
Session IV Blended Learning WBT for DRM in India
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Best Pracises: IndiaStats
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Past Disasters IndiaStats
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Cause and Effects of Disasters IndiaStats
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning
Case Studies IndiaStats
Klaus Röder - ifanos concept&planning

Results of group work

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Training of Teachers on School Safety
Icon Group-4 (2.6 MB)
Designing of Training Module Of MULTI HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

Evaluation by participants

Evaluation by the Participants
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