Bicycle Safety Education: Implementing the Best Curriculum for your Community
Sometimes teaching bicycle safety can feel like rocket science. Between balancing the competing needs of scheduling available classroom time, checking off necessary safety skills, training educators and securing a bike fleet and equipment – choosing and implementing the best curriculum for your community can start to feel overwhelming. Join us as we talk about the important components of bicycle safety curricula and help attendees think through what might be best for their programs. Then we’ll chat with Safe Routes to School Education experts as we dive into the various types of bicycle safety that can be taught in the classroom and the tips and tricks for programmatic success.
BONUS: We’ll be fielding any questions about your bicycle safety programming and related issues during the webinar – please send your questions ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org.
• LeeAnne Fergason, education director, Bicycle Transportation Alliance
• Jenna Berman, education director, Bicycle Colorado
• Dave Cowan, program manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership
This free webinar is part of a series of monthly National Learning Network webinars on topics related to Safe Routes to School and other policy and program initiatives that can increase walking and bicycling to school and in daily life.