Getting a lecture on safe driving from an adult is one thing. But engaging with your peers on the subject and leading them to safe conclusions has a lasting impact. In turning Innocorp’s M.E.T.H.O.D.® Campaign over to students in 2014, Project Coordinator Michelle Perdue of the Cabell County Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership (CCSAPP) gave students a chance to lead their peers on the way to safe driving practices.
Thinking outside the box can yield great results, especially if you’re looking to make statistics come alive for a class of high school students. That’s what Robert Hanchett, a teacher with Spring Independent School District, discovered when he began to use Fatal Vision® goggles and Distract-A-Match® in his advanced-placement (AP) statistics class at Westfield High School near Houston, Texas.