School Preparedness toward Kelud Eruption Hazard (Case Study on Kelud Disaster Prone Area)
Listyo Yudha Irawan, Ita Kurata Ayuni, Sumarmi
Universitas Negeri Malang
Preparedness is an important thing to be prepared by schools in disaster prone areas. One of volcanic disaster prone areas is Kelud. Schools around Kelud are known not to have good preparedness in the face of eruption hazard. This study aims to understand the school preparedness, especially primary school in the face of Kelud eruption. The research is located in disaster prone area II Gunungapi Kelud in Kediri and Malang Regency. Site selection is based on the impact caused during the eruption period of Kelud Volcano in 2014 includes: SDN 1 Puncu and SDN Pandansari 3. Research subjects include: Principals, Teachers, Students, and Parent Students. The research design used qualitative descriptive technique through in-depth interview data collection and documentation. The results showed that preparedness in the face of disaster is low. Student knowledge is based only on the experience of eruption Kelun in 2014.
Topic: Geographical Education