This activity will help you facilitate a guided discussion with your peers to address their attitudes and behaviors around speeding and starts a conversation about the negative effect speed has on car crashes and how teens can speak up for their safety.
Flash cards are an easy messaging tool to help spread the safe driving message at your school. Items Needed Flashcards from your resource kits: All-Risk DrugKit Zero Tolerance/Impaired Rail […]
This activity will help your TDS team evaluate the walkability around the exterior of your school, looking to see how easy or difficult it is for you to safely walk around and to/from your campus, including getting to and from the parking lot and accessing neighborhood sidewalks beyond your campus. Knowing the walkability of your school can help determine where you should or shouldn’t walk and where changes or improvements can be made to make your campus safer.
May is officially Bike Safety Month, and we have a social media contest just for the occasion! Your task is to create chalk art or messaging on your campus that […]
Using Kahoot, a game-based learning application, your TDS team will promote an online trivia challenge to be completed by students. Our program has many different Kahoot! challenges to choose from that focus on each of the safe driving risks. Our Take 5 Kahoot! challenges consist of 5 questions, while our other challenges go more in-depth.
Teachers are one of the key aspects of the Teens in the Driver Seat Program®, and we’d like to show our appreciation by providing sweet year-long perks! Thank you for […]