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Road to Zero teacher preview

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Teachers of Year 9, 10 and VCAL Science and Health & PE are invited to an exclusive preview of the TAC's recently opened Road to Zero education experience at Melbourne Museum on Tuesday 26 March.

Road to Zero provides an engaging and immersive exploration of the scientific principles of road safety and public health campaign development using the latest technologies.

The program is specifically designed to address the Victorian Science and Health & PE curriculum for Year 9, 10 and VCAL.

The experience allows students to work out for themselves (in a safe environment) why bodies aren’t built to survive the impact of severe crashes and how we can create a safer future.

Preview event highlights

  • A guided tour of the recently opened Road to Zero Experience Space and opportunity to ‘test’ the high-tech activities.
  • See the modern Learning Studios where students can reflect on their learning and apply it to curriculum-linked activities.
  • Learn about pre- and post-visit lesson plans and worksheets that support Road to Zero excursions.
  • Opportunity to network and socialise with peers and learning specialists.

All participants will receive a complimentary IMAX Melbourne voucher to watch a film on the world's largest cinematic screen later in the evening.


Tuesday 26 March, 2019


Year levels
Years 9–11 and VCAL; Science and Health & PE

Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson Street
Carlton 3053

Cost: Free

Register now

Curriculum links


Science Understanding: Physical Sciences

  • VCSSU133: The description and explanation of the motion of objects involved the interaction of forces and the exchange of energy and can be described and predicted using the laws of physics

Health and Physical Education

Personal, Social and Community Health: Contributing to healthy and active communities

  • VCHPEP149: Plan, implement and critique strategies to enhance the health, safety and wellbeing of their communities

Personal, Social and Community Health: Communicating and interacting for health and wellbeing

  • VCHPEP148: Evaluate health information from a range of sources and apply health decisions and situations


  • Personal development skills
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy