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FEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Game and Poster

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The purpose of this game/poster is to create an interactive tool which engages young children to learn about earthquake hazard mitigation.
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Icon for file of type application/pdfFEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Poster
As a companion piece to the FEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Game, this poster provides visuals and descriptions so that students can identify and learn about at-risk areas of their school to reduce future earthquake damage.
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Icon for file of type application/mswordFEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Game-READ ME FIRST
FEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Game Installation Instructions
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Icon for file of type application/x-zip-compressedFEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Game-MAC Installation
•The purpose of this game is to create an interactive tool which engages young children to learn about earthquake hazard mitigation. •Presented in the form of a school hazard hunt, players will be transported into an animated school in which they will be asked to choose a character, pick their desired room, and identify hazard within the room for tickets. •Due to the target audience’s age group, the players will be asked to identify the hazard and then identify which tools can be used to mitigate the hazard. By being shown how to mitigate hazards visually, it is believed that they are more likely to retain the information and understand complicated concepts. •If engaged properly, students will learn tips and tricks about how to prepare for an earthquake while at school. •The goal is to show children that if properly prepared, damages caused by earthquakes can be lessened and/or avoided.
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Icon for file of type application/x-zip-compressedFEMA Earthquake School Hazard Hunt Game-PC Installation
•The purpose of this game is to create an interactive tool which engages young children to learn about earthquake hazard mitigation. •Presented in the form of a school hazard hunt, players will be transported into an animated school in which they will be asked to choose a character, pick their desired room, and identify hazard within the room for tickets. •Due to the target audience’s age group, the players will be asked to identify the hazard and then identify which tools can be used to mitigate the hazard. By being shown how to mitigate hazards visually, it is believed that they are more likely to retain the information and understand complicated concepts. •If engaged properly, students will learn tips and tricks about how to prepare for an earthquake while at school. •The goal is to show children that if properly prepared, damages caused by earthquakes can be lessened and/or avoided.
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