The role of adult guidance and peer collaboration in child pedestrian training

Hugh Foot, A. Tolmie, J. Thomson, R. Joiner (Editor), K. Littleton (Editor), D. Faulkner (Editor), D. Meill (Editor)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Abstract

Examines the role of adult guidance and peer collaboration in child pedestrian training.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRethinking Collaborative Learning
Pages101-118
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 2000

Keywords

  • collaborative learning
  • adult guidance
  • peer collaboration
  • social psychology
  • educational psychology

Impacts

Adoption of behavioural roadside training programme improves children’s road crossing skills.

James Thomson (Participant), Andrew Tolmie (Participant) & Hugh Foot (Participant)

Impact: Impact - for External PortalPolicy and legislation, Quality of life and safety

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Foot, H., Tolmie, A., Thomson, J., Joiner, R. (Ed.), Littleton, K. (Ed.), Faulkner, D. (Ed.), & Meill, D. (Ed.) (2000). The role of adult guidance and peer collaboration in child pedestrian training. In Rethinking Collaborative Learning (pp. 101-118)