ERIC Number: ED446212
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
The Insurance Educator, 1999-2000.
Insurance Educator, v8-9 1999-2000
This packet contains three issues of "The Insurance Educator," a newsletter published for high school educators as a means to improve the understanding of insurance and its role in society through the education of teachers and students. Some representative articles include the following: "Protecting Your Bike from Theft"; "Tornadoes: Be Prepared"; "Driving Etiquette: Tips for Safer Drivers"; "Welcome Aboard: Florida State University"; "Job News"; "Homeowners Crossword Puzzle"; "What to Do after an Accident"; "Saving Money on Your Automobile Insurance"; "Nine Easy Ways to Frustrate Car Thieves"; "Risk Challenge Summary"; "Passengers Mean Danger for Teen Drivers"; "Volunteers Help Protect Children from Natural Disasters"; and "How to Choose a Safe Car for your Teen." The newsletters include ideas for teachers and classroom activities for teaching about insurance and safety. (KC)
Descriptors: Accident Prevention, Classroom Techniques, Crime Prevention, High Schools, Instructional Materials, Insurance, Learning Activities, Risk Management, Safety, Safety Education, Teaching Methods, Traffic Accidents, Traffic Safety
Insurance Education Foundation, 3601 Vincennes Road, P.O. Box 68700, Indianapolis, IN 46268, Tel: 317-876-6046 or 800-433-4811, Web site: http://www.ins-ed-fdn.org.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: Insurance Education Foundation, Indianapolis, IN.
Note: Published twice per year. Only one issue was published in 1999.