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Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology

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On the development of educational programs in the field of road safety in General and Supplementary education 1072

Doronina M.V., master degree student, faculty of Social psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, mariador@inbox.ru
Abstract
The article presents some approaches to the development of educational programs in the field of road safety in General and Supplementary education of children and adolescents. It addresses some learning programs for children, adolescents and parents that are proved to be highly effective for teaching safe behaviour on the road. This article also focuses on the analysis of the features of working with "at-risk" children and teenagers with behavior problems-as a special social and age related category, exposed to the greatest risk in terms of traffic environment. The article focuses on the characteristics of attitudes typical for children and adolescents from the point of view of safety on the road, and it also outlines possible actions to develop integrated training and prophylaxis programs for this age group

Keywords: road safety, psycho-acmeological aspects of road traffic injuries, prophylaxis, preventive technologies

Column: Educational psychology

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/jmfp.2017060107

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