Impact Teen Drivers understands how deeply a needlessly empty desk affects the entire school community. To help keep your students safe and desks full, we offer evidence-based resources to teachers, administrators, and student leaders. We empower you with programs, interactive educational modules, and school handouts that use evidence-based strategies to distribute in your school. Our step-by-step guides for administering our evidence-based programs and opportunities to get money for your classroom help you hone and deliver effective teen safe driving messages.
In addition to the vast collection of free downloadable resources, a two-and-a-half-hour training is offered to support student leaders and teachers in fine-tuning their peer-to-peer public health and traffic safety messaging. Called Lead the Leaders, this educational training program empowers teens and young adults to take a stand against reckless and distracted driving in their communities. The program’s evidence-based curriculum fosters creativity and initiative, providing the building blocks for student leaders to execute a successful advocacy project with SMART goals. Projects may range from elementary and middle school mentorship programs, to parent-teen workshops, to teen traffic safety weeks, and more!
If Interested in bringing any of our evidence-based programs to your school or community, please email us or call (916) 733-7432.
Preview a few of our school resources
Resources for Teachers & Students
Lesson Plans: General Safe Driving
Lesson Plans: Graduated Driver Licensing
Lesson Plans: GDL Arizona
Lesson Plans: GDL California
Lesson Plans: GDL Colorado
Lesson Plans: GDL Connecticut
Lesson Plans: GDL Maryland
Lesson Plans: GDL Ohio
Lesson Plans: GDL Pennsylvania
Lesson Plans: GDL Washington
Posters & Fliers
Win Money For Your School
The Create Real Impact contest engages teens to design creative and educational content in several categories (digital media, music, video, and writing), and it relies heavily on a social media campaign that encourages teens to share content with each other. View some our favorite entries below.