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Susan Pringle and Diane Sudlow/East House Research ISBN 0 7559 2872 5 ISSN 0950 2254 This document is also available in pdf format (432k)
1.1 Introduction 1.2 Background 1.3 Aims & Objectives 1.4 Methodology 1.4.1 Literature Review 1.4.2 Contact with Road Safety Officers 1.4.3 Interviews with Local Authority Advisers 1.4.4 Interviews with teachers and pupils 1.4.5 Interviews with peer education specialists
2.1 What is peer education? 2.2 Examples of peer education 2.2.1 Projects administered in schools by external bodies 2.2.2 Advisers' experience of peer education 2.2.3 Schools' experience of peer education 2.3 Characteristics of peer education 2.3.1 recruitment of peer educators 2.3.2 Training of peer educators 2.3.4 Management of peer education 2.4 Strengths and weaknesses of peer education 2.4.2 Perceived weaknesses 2.5 The viability of peer education in secondary schools 2.6 Examples of peer education and road safety 2.7 Feasibility of peer education in RSE 2.7.1 Advisers' perspective 2.7.2 Teachers' perspective 2.7.3 RSOS' perspective 2.7.4 Time allocation 2.7.5 Potential links with JRSO work already going on in primary schools 2.7.6 Training and support required for participants in peer education schemes RSOS' requirements Teaching staff Pupils 2.7.7 Expected response and take-up from schools and pupils 2.7.8 Introduction and management of road safety peer education schemes 2.7.10 Summary of findings 2.8 A role for peer education in RSE?
3.1 Peer education schemes 3.1.1 Elements of peer education 3.1.2 Sustainability of peer education schemes Role of RSS in peer education S2-S4 pupils as road safety peer educators S5-S6 pupils as peer educators
Annex 1: Databases consulted for literature searchAnnex 2: RSO interviewsAnnex 3: Adviser interviewsAnnex 4: Pupil and teacher interviewsAnnex 5: School case studies 5.1 School A 5.2 School B 5.3 School C 5.4 School D
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