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Be smart when in traffic! – Good practices of teaching traffic rules in Tompa Laszlo Primary School; the experience of 20 years

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Be smart when in traffic! – Good practices of teaching traffic rules in Tompa Laszlo Primary School; the experience of 20 years

I, as a teacher who is focusing on educating our pupils about traffic rules, also realised, that it is necessary to introduce the topic as a school subject on its own in the primary classes, in order to make it possible to measure the development of the children.

What problem did you address/are you addressing? 
Our intention is to further expand the target group and organize more diverse activities in the field of road-traffic behaviour.
What are your objectives? 
The target group is getting larger every day.
Who was/is your target audience? 
List the actions you carried/are carrying out 
Date 
Mercredi, 15 mai, 2019
How did you evaluate/are you evaluating the success of your action? 
Beside the competitions, we mobilised the whole school, where lots of pupils are learning about traffic rules these days. In our educating processes we are focusing on teaching appropriate, conscious behaviour on the roads and sidewalks and on accident prevention.