Question: What Does it Mean to be Evidence-based? Evidence-based practices are approaches that have been rigorously evaluated in experimental evaluations – like randomized controlled trials – and shown to make a positive, statistically significant difference in essential outcomes. A program that has stood the test of rigorous experimental evaluations: has shown that it is supported […]
Regarding the disinfection of the Fatal Vision® Goggles. As always, we strongly encourage anyone using our goggles in demonstrations to wipe the goggles with the Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal Dispensable Wipe between each use and let air dry. The EPA and PDI https://pdihc.com/pdi-products-on-list-n-disinfectants-for-use-against-sars-cov-2/ has listed these wipes on List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, the cause […]
Finding the right educational learning tools for a drunk driving prevention and alcohol awareness program can be tough. In this article, we’ll cover a few of the tools and resources that can be used to create an effective drunk driving prevention program.
Distracted and drowsy driving prevention programs can benefit from hands-on learning tools and experiences that get participants actively involved and engaged in learning.
If you’re wondering what a texting and driving simulator is, this post has you covered. We’ll cover four of the main questions about this educational tool so you can learn everything you need to know.
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To effectively teach at-risk populations about safe driving, engaging educational tools and activities can make a life-changing difference. Our distracted driving simulators are the perfect tool to accomplish this task for your teen driving safety program. In this post, we’ll go over five main benefits that our distracted driving simulators can provide to your program.
Drunk driving, underage drinking, and binge drinking continue to be serious problems in many communities. If you serve as an instructor for an alcohol education program, you may be interested in discovering the most effective ways of teaching and engaging your participants. Hands-on learning activities and tools can help enhance your alcohol awareness program and provide an enriching and memorable experience for years to come.
Educators, law enforcement, and other community activist groups that teach alcohol awareness programs understand just how dangerous alcohol abuse, underage drinking, and drunk driving can be. If you teach an alcohol education program, you may be interested in hands-on tools to demonstrate impairment.
While distracted driving simulators like our SIDNE® vehicle and Roadster Pedal Kart are inherently safe to use, certain safety features can add peace of mind for participants, their parents, and educators.