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Elementary School & University Collaboration Project 2019
Disaster-Damages around Taya Town 3D Model production
小大連携プロジェクト
2019年

田谷周辺の災害被災立体模型制作

with Yokohama city Senshu Elementary School.

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Plot the information gathered by walking on a map ...

歩いて集めた情報を地図にして…​

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​​2019  Disaster-damages around Taya Town 3D model

Cooperation: Senshu Elementary School, Yokohama City  
Yokohama National University Masashi Morita  Associate Professor
Associate Professor Yuichi Hayakawa, Hokkaido University
Chiaki Oguchi, Associate Professor, Saitama University
The University of Tokyo PhD Takuro Ogura
* Associate Professor Keisuke Ogata, Tsurumi University
* Individual cooperation

For the 2019 school year, there will be 28 6th graders (1 class). The Senshu Elementary School (Principal Mr. Tomita and 6th grade homeroom teacher Mr. Iohara), our committee, and Yokohama National University (Associate Prof. Morita and Fujioka) discussed the content and schedule of classes from April, and we finally decided to increase the class sessions and make the regional study more active. 

The 6th graders requested to learn about disasters and disaster prevention in the Taya area, so we conducted a pre-learning class on "How to think about disasters due to geographical features & cultural heritage?"  Then, we created a three-dimensional disaster damage model with disaster damage information of the region on the topographic model created by the 2017 graduates.

[Model Name]

Disaster-Damages around Taya Town 3D Model

[Dimensions]

2m x 1.64m (8 panels of A1 size)

[Number of Pupils]

28 pupils

[Pre-Learning] 

[Inquiry Studies]

(Associate Professor Morita, Yokohama National University + Tamura, Executive Committee)

[Production Classes]

[Instructor]

Associate Professor Morita of Yokohama National University + Student

Associate Professor Hayakawa of Hokkaido University + Ogura (Phd) of University of Tokyo

Our Preservation Executive Committee

[Data]

Geospatial Information Authority of Japan GIS + Yokohama City Danger Avoidance Map

[Drawing]

Our preservation executive committee

[Main materials]

Gesso, paper, styrene board, wooden stick

[Pre-Learning] Outline of Taya cave preservation activities and regional culture, environment, and society (Yasuhiko Tamura)
© Copyright 田谷の洞窟保存実行委員会
田村授業
【Inquiry Study 1】Photogrammetry / Topography Deformation / Disaster Prevention Class (by Associate Professor Y. Hayakawa, Hokkaido University)
© Copyright 田谷の洞窟保存実行委員会
早川授業
【Inquiry Study 2】Geology / Ground / Topography / Geology Class (by Associate Professor C. Oguchi, Saitama University )