Flexible, context-driven lesson plans that support student inquiry and curriculum integration. Writers, including Pam Hook, use SOLO Taxonomy to create clear learning progressions.
Includes 3 lessons to investigate changes to speed limits around schools. Science, Social Sciences, Health and PE. Includes adaptations for Years 1-3, 4-6 and 7-8.
Year 1-8 resource including English, Mathematics and Science for learning about safe road use and citizenship. Created by Pam Hook.
Get students learning hands-on as they explore big science ideas with these engaging bite-sized classroom activities.
Curriculum-based learning helps young people place their bike riding in a wider context of participation in a safe transport system.
Kia Pai Tō Haere is a flexible curriculum resource for Māori Medium Schools that provides guidance for teachers planning contextualised learning based on a kaupapa that keeping whānau safe on a journey is everyone’s work.
Curriculum resources for New Zealand students learning to learn about safety near railways, especially the electrified rail networks in Auckland and Wellington.
The Feet First resources provide learning experiences around the context of walking to school.
Curriculum resources for young people to contribute, connect and extend their ideas about keeping safe around trucks on New Zealand roads.
This project will walk students and teachers through the process of designing a solution to an issue within their transport community.
Ready Steady Go! is a flexible, hands-on series of 10 lessons for Year 5 and 6 students. It's about healthier, active travel options that are better for both students and the planet. Thanks to Auckland Transport who developed this programme.
Inquiry learning resource for Years 5-8 students that builds their citizenship competencies in response to transport issues. Developed by Enviroschools and Greater Wellington Regional Council.