THINK! team seeks help in evaluating secondary education materials
The Department for Transport (DfT) has commissioned an independent research company to evaluate the use of the THINK! secondary education materials within road safety education in secondary schools.
These comprise an online suite of road safety resources for 11-16 year olds issued by the DfT in September 2010, and called THINK! Education.
The THINK! team is inviting road safety officers with responsibility specifically for road safety education in secondary schools to complete a short survey to help inform the research into whether, how and why the resources are used.
The survey takes just a few minutes to complete and all responses will be treated as confidential. The deadline for completion is Friday 30 March.
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