Teacher Training October 30 – November 2, 2018 – – Safe Kids Thailand/CSIP collaboration with the Office of Nakhon Pratom Primary Education Area Zone 1, and National Institute for Child and family Development organized the 16th Teacher Training Workshop at the conference room of the Office of Nakhon Pratom Primary Education Area Zone 1.
The attendants included 125 teachers from 125 primary schools. And also 17th Teacher Training Workshop at the conference room of the Office of Nakhon Pratom Primary Education Area Zone 2.
The attendants included 124 teachers from 124 primary schools.
Both training focused on the new educational methods – interactive teaching by showing teachers how they can apply the educational methods in the classroom for their students.
The training was very interesting and unique because all participants had to act as children in order to understand the children perceptions, and learned about safety materials and methods related to child pedestrians.
With this strategy, teachers learned how to educating student and motivating them to understand about road safety.
At the end of the training, the pre-and-post knowledge tests among 249 teachers increased from 71% to 90%.
The evaluated satisfaction with the training workshop, 92% of teachers have high satisfaction with this activity and teaching tools, 90% of the teachers agreed that the content improved their capacity to teach traffic safety. Also, 249 set of teaching tools provided to trained teachers to be used to implement the education for students in their schools.
Training classes in-schools by trained teachers
After the training workshop, Safe Kids Thailand followed up with trained teachers, we found 183 teachers implemented the education into their curriculum activities.
There were approximately 37,026 students educated by teachers, and the pre-and-post knowledge tests among 13,176 students grade 4-6 increased from 50% to 79%.
Teachers in this program found that students liked the program, they learnt to make themselves safe. Also the teaching tools from Safe Kids Thailand were very useful in teaching.
Child Pedestians Education for Child Development Centers
During July 2018 – February 2019, Safe Kids Thailand/CSIP collaboration with National Institute for Child and family Development conducted Child Pedestians Education with 703 teachers from Child Development Centers in 13 provinces.
They learned how to use the pedestrian safety teaching materials and resources created by Safe Kids Thailand.