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多摩川流域の地下水の文化、価値を継承する次世代教育のためにコミュニケーションを重視した「水を守る」「水を活かす」リーダーとなる人材育成
Human Resources Development into Leaders who ‘Protect Water’ and ‘Effectively Utilize Water’ with emphasis on communication in order to develop the next generation of educators, ensuring that the culture and value of underground water in the Tama River basin be passed on to the next generation

一般研究
General
Research
No.242
代表研究者
Principal
Investigator
大嶽貴恵
Takae Otake
所属(当時)
Affiliation
(at that time)
環境まちづくりNPOエコメッセ 理事長
President, ECOMESSE – NPO for environmentally conscious city development
研究内容要約
Research
Summary

公益財団法人河川財団の水体験型の教育プログラムプロジェクトWETを使い、子育て世代ら多様な層の市民をターゲットにエデュケーター講習会の企画/資格取得。

「水の講」「わさび田」「生活用水として使用する流路」の話、多摩川流域(昭島)の古地図をもとに過去から現在に至る集落や産業等の水の利用の変遷を多摩川流域の地下水の文化、価値を知る水めぐりをしながら地元の方々と交流/体験。

また昭島在住の市民研究家や地質の専門家から「多摩川と地下水」の関係を学び、深層地下水と浅層地下水の出自の違いの理解を深めた。

1年を通じた企画の最後は、昭島流にアレンジしたプロジェクトWETのアクティビィティを考案、一般公開(主に子ども参加を狙い)で成果発表の場とした。

1年目のエデュケーターが2年目の企画運営にも関わる形式で多摩川流域の地下水の文化、価値を継承する次世代教育のためにコミュニケーションを重視した「水を守る」「水を活かす」リーダーとなる人材育成をした。



We organized and provided training workshops of the action-oriented Water Education for Teachers (WET) Program of the River Foundation, aimed at community members of various age groups, including child rearing parents.

Participants were able to get certification as water educators if they so wished.

The program included listening to stories about “Water Ko (association),” “Wasabi Field,” and “Water Channels to be used for Domestic Water,” as well as learning about the changes in water use from the past to present in the community and by industry, using old maps of the Tama River basin (Akishima) while visiting various places and meeting local people to gain insight into culture and value of underground water of the basin.

We also studied the relation between the Tama River and underground water, learning from the local researchers and geography experts living in Akishima in order to deepen our understanding of differences in the sources of deep and shallow groundwaters.

At the end of our program, we developed a WET activity arranged specifically for Akishima town and held a public workshop (aiming for youth participation in particular) as a venue to show our accomplishments.

By having those who became educators in the first year participate as organizers in the second year, we were able to develop human resources that become leaders to ‘protect water’ and ‘effectively utilize water’ with an emphasis on communication for the next generation’s education, ensuring that the culture and value of underground water in the Tama River basin be passed on to the next generation.


共同研究者
Collaborators

斉藤規久子

神田京子

小澤ゆきみ

指田みゆき



Kikuko Saito

Kyoko Kanda

Yukimi Ozawa

Miyuki Sashida


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