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Educator Resources

Over the past 20 years, the Traffic Safety Education Foundation has worked closely with school districts, administrators and educators in 23 states to deliver award-winning knowledge and materials to teachers and students.

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Focus: Middle School Mobility

TSEF is leading the way in middle school mobility training and it’s a curriculum available to ALL teachers at NO COST. The curriculum teaches students at a driving learning age to recognize and call out distracted driving when they see it. Adults in the driver seat should understand; when they are driving with multiple people in their vehicle, they have the person's life and driving education in their hands.

Fatalities and serious injuries involving young drivers are at a tragically alarming rates. There are over 6,000 traffic deaths and 500,000 serious injuries of 13 - 19-year-olds that occur every year on U.S. roads. Needless to say we need to teach our students about survival skills such as: eye scanning, situational awareness, distracted driver recognition and more. These survival skills will enable students to better protect themselves from the current epidemic of distracted drivers. 

PARENT DRIVING ZONE
CURRICULUM STUDY Questions

Download our Parent Driving Zone curriculum study questions.

GRADE 4–8 MOBILITY CURRICULUM

Download our grade 4–8 mobility curriculum.

TEACHER EVALUATION FORMS

Download our grade 4-8 teacher evaluation.

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