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Novice Teen Driver Education and Training Administrative Standards – Strategic Plan Development Project
The project’s objective is to develop a Strategic Plan to promote adoption of the Novice Teen Driver Education and Training Administrative Standards, to initiate improvements in the administration of driver education, provide a timetable and direction for increased adoption, and define priorities of the driver education community for the coming years.
Past President, Chuck Lehning will represent ADTSEA on the Strategic Plan Development Project – Association Advisory Committee (AAC). The Strategic Plan is designed to set the objectives and priorities of the driver education community for improving the effectiveness of driver education for the coming decades. Please feel free to share your thoughts and ideas with Mr. Lehning.
The project is expected to be completed by March 2012 and is being facilitated by Highway Safety Services, LLC.
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3.0 National Driver Education Curriculum Update Project
The project’s objective is to revise the 2.0 National Driver Education Curriculum to enhance content on distracted driving, ensure both the ADTSEA and Driving School Association of the Americas (DSAA) curriculum content standards are included and to comply with the newly published Novice Teen Driver Education and Training Administrative Standards.
The project will result in the publication of the new 3.0 National Driver Education Curriculum and will consist of the printed 3.0 Curriculum and lesson plans, one DVD with all videos and support materials, and a parent-teen guide.
The project is expected to be completed by June 2012 and is being facilitated by Highway Safety Services, LLC.
On-Line Driver Education Program
ADTSEA’s On-Line Driver Education Program is designed to provide the student with the basic knowledge necessary to operate an automobile. It is an introduction to the task of driving within the highway transportation system with emphasis on risk perception and management in the decision-making process. It is designed to supplement classroom, skill and behind-the-wheel training.
The On-Line Program features the same classroom unit lesson plans and quizzes contained within the ADTSEA Driver Education Curriculum 2.0 and was developed using the e-learning software program, Moodle.
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