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80 teachers trained in road safety curriculum by Street Wise master trainers

08-05-2018

Teachers participate in training activities using traffic signs and games.

Teachers participate in training activities using traffic signs and games.

As part of Street Wise Phase III,  we recently held a training for 80 teachers from 11 participating schools at Wat Sathit Chonlathan School, Songkhla province, to introduce the theory and practice of our primary school-level road safety curriculum. The training, which was led by Master Trainers who had also been trained the previous day as part of the Street Wise program, focused on helping other teachers learn how to integrate the curriculum into their classes and create their own learning materials such as word cards, games, traffic signs, and coloring worksheets. In addition to the Street Wise Master Trainers, representatives from Singhanakhon Police Station and Songkhla Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 participated as guest speakers. The training was presided over by Sompong Suwanchatree, Deputy Director of Songkhla Primary Educational Service Area Office 1.

Street Wise Phase III, supported by Chevron (Thailand) Limited, aims to improve the road safety knowledge and skills of students, parents, teachers, and community members in 11 schools in Songkhla province.

View more photos from the training here.

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