Best Practice: Bicycle course at the Carl-von-Ossietzky School
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Best Practice: Bicycle course at the Carl-von-Ossietzky School

On the bicycle course at the Carl-von-Ossietzky School in Berlin, the children learn to ride a bicycle correctly – and have lots of fun in the process. The project combines road safety with play, thereby setting a good example in safety education.

Reward points at the German-French elementary school in Sillenbuch
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Reward points at the German-French elementary school in Sillenbuch

As part of the 2014/2015 MobileKids School Days, the German-French elementary school in Sillenbuch, Stuttgart was to become "car-free". This is because many parents brought their children directly to the school gates by car – thereby endangering the other children. A cleverly conceived reward system caused the parents to rethink their behaviour.

So sehen die Gewinner aus
Activities

Introducing Germany's fittest MobileKids

True to their adopted motto "Taking responsibility for one another", two classes from the third year of Brander Feld elementary school mentored the first-year children, providing them with help and advice. This interdisciplinary peer-to-peer approach won this year's MobileKids School Days.

Parcours Warsaw
Initiative

Road safety education in Poland

MobileKids worldwide: learning the rules of the road is turned into a fun day out at the road safety park in Warsaw.

Mobilekids Romania. Moki next to a Mercedes-Benz-car
Initiative

Road safety education in Romania

MobileKids worldwide: children in Romania are being trained to become traffic heroes with interactive lessons, online offers and radio campaigns.

picture of the road safety park for children in Sokolniki Park
Initiative

Road safety education in Russia

At Mercedes-Benz in Russia, road safety has a high priority too. A festival for families in Sokolniki Park in Moscow featured a 255-square-metre road safety park for children.

Magazine

Fit for cycling

MobileKids is now preparing children to be safe cyclists by devoting a separate module to the topic of cycling as part of its educational materials. With knowledge modules, exercises and implementation ideas for schools.

Road safety education in Mexico
Initiative

Road safety education in Mexico

The Mexican campaign ‚Si manejas ¡sólo maneja!‘ teaches road safety the MobileKids way.

Road safety education in Brazil
Initiative

Road safety education in Brazil

Since 2014 MobileKids also supports project and local initiatives in Brazil. Further activities are planned.

Autonomous driving
Magazine

The future belongs to autonomous driving

A vehicle that accelerates, overtakes and brakes all on its own? The technology of autonomous driving is set to make it a reality.


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