THE CHARACTERISATION AND EVALUATION OF TRAFFIC EDUCATION EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED WITH CHILDREN

CHARAKTERISIERUNG UND AUSWERTUNG VON VERKEHRSUNTERRICHTSEXPERIMENTEN MIT KINDERN

THIS PAPER DEALS WITH THE THEORETICAL FRAME OF REFERENCE FOR TRAFFIC EDUCATION EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED WITH CHILDREN AND CLARIFIES THE QUESTION BY MEANS OF TWO EXPERIMENTS, NAMELY SANDELS 1964 AND PEASE AND PRESTON 1967. THE ACTUAL EVALUATION OF ALL EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED WITH CHILDREN IS TO BE DISCUSSED SEPARATELY. THE FOLLOWING ARE MENTIONED IN THE DISCUSSION CONCERNING THEORETICAL FRAMES OF REFERENCE. (1) THE THEORETICAL FRAME OF REFERENCE FOR DIDACTIC PURPOSES; (2) THE PSYCHOLOGICAL FRAME OF REFERENCE IN RELATION TO TRAFFIC BEHAVIOUR (MODELS OF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY); (3) THE FRAME OF REFERENCE RELEVANT TO TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENT AND THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC FRAMES OF REFERENCE IN THE CASE OF TRAFFIC EDUCATION EXPERIMENTS. THE BASIC POSSIBILITIES FOR TRAFFIC EDUCATION EXPERIMENTS ARE CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS: (1) EXPERIMENTS WHICH DEAL EMPHATICALLY WITH THE INITIAL SITUATION; (2) EXPERIMENTS GROUPED ACCORDING TO EDUCATIONAL AIMS; (3) EXPERIMENTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ASSESSING SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL SITUATIONS. BOTH THE EXPERIMENT OF SANDELS AND THAT OF PEASE AND PRESTON ARE DESCRIBED AND ASSESSED IN DEPTH.

  • Authors:
    • VAN DER MOLEN, H H
  • Publication Date: 1976

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  • German

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  • Accession Number: 01304523
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen (BASt)
  • Files: ITRD
  • Created Date: Nov 21 2010 9:58AM