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As a class, we will use a powerpoint presentation and a discussion format to determine if the students are ready to drive. We will discuss the mental, emotional and physical aspects, on a broad spectrum. We will talk about driving as a whole, and eliminate any concerns. We will have a fun time talking about driving and the experience as a whole.
As a class, we will look at the following: - Basic mental, emotional, and physical aspects. - Questions about how they feel and concerns about driving. - We will evaluate the mental ability to drive. - Will discuss the emotional ability of the student driver. - We will evaluate the physical abilities needed to drive. - Then we will do a comprehensive discussion of all aspects of driving.
I have taught drivers education in class and driving situations. I normally have 50 students in a class and I think once the general knowledge is given. A comfort level will be achieved to proceed to the next steps in class and with parents.
Homework will be a discussions with parents about the topics we talked about in class.
Paper and pencil/pen will be helpful
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The students progress and learning will be addressed in a a oral question assessment
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents will determine which vehicle and will determine if students can look at a car alone or with an adult with them. They will not be asked to start or move the vehicle. This is a basic understanding of the car inside and out.
Coach DavisLife coach trainer and teacher
1 completed class
Hey everyone, I am Coach Davis. Thanks for stopping by. I now teach online classes because of an injury that took me out of the regular classroom. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree with a Minor in Sports Medicine. I was a certified physical...