Ride&Smile Newsletter 3

December 17th, 2021 / gregd / 0 comments

The Ride&Smile project has published its third newsletter. After the summer season, we are back in the full workflow of the RIDE AND SMILE project – but this time to show off some of the important statistics we received over the course of the last few months. Download the Ride&Smile Newsletter #3

Ride&Smile Newsletter 2

July 30th, 2021 / gregd / 0 comments

The Ride&Smile project has published its second newsletter. The project looks at pupils contribution to a sustainable transport strategy by encouraging cycling to school.  Topics discussed include the surveys for parents and teachers, what is Bike to School and our research on best practices for the ILP (Interactive learning platform). Download the Ride&Smile Newsletter #2

Ride & Smile – Project Meeting – July 2021

July 28th, 2021 / gregd / 0 comments

On July 20th partners met to discuss several points of the web platform including: 1. Protection of sensitive data / privacy issues concerning the involvement of children – Collective class account managed by the teacher – Confidentiality of addresses/routes – Attention should be paid to avoid any forms of discrimination among children 2. Use of READ MORE >

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First Ride&Smile Newsletter

April 8th, 2021 / Karl Donert / 0 comments

The Ride&Smile project has published its first newsletter. The project looks at pupils contribution to a sustainable transport strategy by encouraging cycling to school.  The newsletter introduces the project aims and outcomes set within the context of previous transnational activities. It looks at early progress including the web site launch and the outputs that are READ MORE >

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RIDE & SMILE project kickoff online

March 1st, 2021 / Karl Donert / 0 comments

Partners in the RIDE & SMILE project have been involved in starting the project online because of travel travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. A series of early discussions have taken place using videoconferencing technologies where partners were able to meet one another, share ideas and discuss the two outputs to be produced from READ MORE >