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|Authors: ||De Lucia, M.*|
Strollo, M. R.*
|Title: ||Training to teach: how to plan a didactic unit about volcanic hazard. An experience in the Neapolitan region, Italy.|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2007|
|Keywords: ||volcanic hazard|
|Abstract: ||Volcanic hazard is a strong feature of the Neapolitan region. Vesuvius, Campi Flegrei and the island of Ischia are active volcanoes that will awaken in the future. School is a key tool to improve the level of the volcanic risk awareness in population.
The present work deal with the experience developed during a “training to teach” programme for students of the University of Naples Federico II. The teacher programme consisted of conventional courses and workshops. One of these has been focussed on volcanic hazard and volcanic risk, and has been carried out in a cooperation between researchers of the Osservatorio Vesuviano – INGV and of the Dipartimento Scienze Relazionali of the University of Naples. A bright debate among scientists, students, and education experts has been the base above which a didactic unit on volcanic hazard has been developed.|
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