News about road safety education

Find news on education resources and programmes supported by the NZ Transport Agency. Includes stories about road safety activities from around New Zealand schools and regions.

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  • Four new secondary English resources

    4 September 2017. Four new or revised English curriculum resources for secondary schools are available. Teacher Karen Spencer explains what’s inside.
  • Literacy learning tool deepens knowledge of safe road use

    28 August 2017. The new-look Pathways Awarua combines literacy learning with contexts such as safe driving. It is available to secondary schools.
  • Rail Safety Week is here - 2017

    14 August 2017. Rail Safety Week is an annual community awareness initiative. Find out what’s happening and get links to resources.
  • Teacher talk: design thinking and social action

    July 31 2017. Hayden Shaw discusses how secondary teachers can deploy design thinking and social action across the curriculum.
  • Kea crossing adds to school’s safe routes

    16 June 2017. A Wellington primary school expands the role of its school patrol, and adds to safe routes available for students.
  • Essential reading: case studies by Rosemary Hipkins

    13 June 2017. An exploratory report by the NZCER Chief Researcher looks at how teachers are supported to use road safety as a rich context for learning.
  • Cycleways virtual field trip: June 27 start

    9 June 2017. This month, classes can take part in a virtual field trip all about urban cycleways. Free to join. Run by LEARNZ. Find out more.
  • Teachers share good practice at seminars

    June 7 2017. Citizenship and shared responsibility were themes that resonated with educators at recent PD workshops.
  • Pam Hook on citizenship: thinking and acting together

    1 June 2017. Pam Hook talks about the possibilities of educating for citizenship in our schools.
  • Effective understandings about road safety learners

    29 May 2017. Here’s how a richer view of young people’s culture and lives can help with road safety education planning. Key questions for planning included.
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