When Disaster Strikes: A Simulation in Emergency Management
Class members conduct a simulation in which they assume the roles of emergency management personnel, prepare for, and then deal with a disaster.
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- To make the simulation more immediate, gather information on your local emergency management services
- Invite in a guest speaker from a local emergency services organization
- Consider adapting the emergency situation to events that have occurred in your area
- The detailed 16-page packet includes a carefully scaffolded lesson plan, role cards, scripts, and images
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