“I Am Traffic” Bicycle Education Colloquium Update
Here is more information on the “I Am Traffic” Bicycle Education Colloquium coming up in February.
Saturday, February 23
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Achieving a Vision: Keri Caffrey puts cyclist education and training into the broader context of how communities can genuinely support cyclists
Journeys From Home: Roger & Sharon DiBrito and Robert Seidler share the principles and practices of their elementary and middle school curricula
CyclingSavvy: Keri Caffrey & Mighk Wilson share the origins, principles and implementation of their adult traffic cycling course.
Law Enforcement: Kirby Beck of the International Police Mountain Bike Association discusses strategies to help law enforcement professionals understand the principles of safe and effective bicycle driving
Understanding Bicycle Transportation: Dan Gutierrez shares an outline of his 8-hour course for transportation professionals
The 6 Es: Dan Gutierrez introduces the goal of developing a comprehensive guide to equitably address the “6 Es” for bicycle driving: Equality, Education, Enforcement, Engineering, Encouragement, and Evaluation.
Sunday, February 24
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Developing a Vision and Mission
Principles: Organizational and Bicycling
Organizational Structure/Business Model
Relationship of Organization to Curricula
The Six Es
The host hotel for the colloquium is the Courtyard Marriott Downtown Orlando.
There are a few other downtown hotels within walking distance. Unless you are the “adventurous” type we would not recommend the Travelodge. We also suggest you avoid motels along West Colonial Drive (SR 50) (except the Crowne Plaza) and along South Orange Blossom Trail (US 441).
There are a few restaurants within a 15-minute walk of the Courtyard Marriott; many more within biking distance. We will give you a longer lunch break both to reach some of these locations and to give more socializing time.
Kyle’s Bike Shop
I’m looking forward to attending this potentially groundbreaking conference and traveling in company with Karen Karabell, who operates CyclingSavvy – St. Louis.
I just registered. How should I pay?
I’d be interested in discussing outreach to driver’s education classes. Maybe something some of us can discuss during meals or breaks?
I just registered. Can I pay via check or credit card when I arrive? I didn’t see opportunity to use paypal here…