Could a video game make biking safer for kids? | Science | AAAS

Could a video game make biking safer for kids? | Science | AAAS

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Support students to become involved in cycling at school by checking out the Bike Wise ‘10 for Teachers’. The activities discussed in the 10 for Teachers will engage students and help them discover why people cycle, and learn about safe cycling equipment and practices. You will also find organisations that can help encourage cycling, examples of student’s work, videos, relevant curriculum links, ‘how to’ guides for running school cycling activities and a sample RAMS form.

Support students to become involved in cycling at school by checking out the Bike Wise ‘10 for Teachers’. The activities discussed in the 10 for Teachers will engage students and help them discover why people cycle, and learn about safe cycling equipment and practices. You will also find organisations that can help encourage cycling, examples of student’s work, videos, relevant curriculum links, ‘how to’ guides for running school cycling activities and a sample RAMS form.

First piloted in 2012, Be Bright is a key Bike Wise initiative designed to help keep all road users safe and to ensure the visibility of people on bicycles, especially during times of low-light. Wearing bright, reflective and high-visibility clothing, and using front and rear bike lights, are all simple ways for cyclists to improve their visibility.

First piloted in 2012, Be Bright is a key Bike Wise initiative designed to help keep all road users safe and to ensure the visibility of people on bicycles, especially during times of low-light. Wearing bright, reflective and high-visibility clothing, and using front and rear bike lights, are all simple ways for cyclists to improve their visibility.

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