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ADTSEA On-Line Driver Education Program Presented By: Brett Robinson ADTSEA Executive Director Vice President,

ADTSEA On-Line Driver Education Program Presented By: Brett Robinson ADTSEA Executive Director Vice President, Highway Safety Services, LLC American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association Bobby Duque Driver Education Instructor Castle High School Richard Salboro Driver Education Instructor Waianae High School

Presentation Topics • • • Myths and facts of on-line driver education Background of

Presentation Topics • • • Myths and facts of on-line driver education Background of on-line driver education Overview of ADTSEA’s program What the instructor can do Student enrollment Tracking your class and students Instructor training Costs State approval American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 2

On-Line Driver Education • Myth – On-line training will take my job away. •

On-Line Driver Education • Myth – On-line training will take my job away. • Fact – On-line training will create more of a demand for driver education and will be more accessible to students. The number of students enrolling in BTW will increase. • Fact – Class sizes can be larger than traditional classroom sizes. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 3

On-Line Driver Education • Fact – On-line training can be used to augment classroom

On-Line Driver Education • Fact – On-line training can be used to augment classroom training. • Fact – Key content areas such as visual search, decision making, alcohol and other drugs, etc. can still be taught in the classroom. • Fact – Teachers can then spend more time with in-car training and can provide more remedial training. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 4

On-Line Driver Education • Myth – On-line training is too expensive. • Fact –

On-Line Driver Education • Myth – On-line training is too expensive. • Fact – The ADTSEA Moodle course costs $10 per instructor key and $10 per student. • Myth – On-line training is too complex. • Fact – On-line training is very easy to administer and successfully monitor students via Moodle. Easy to use graphics and internet links to enhance training. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 5

On-Line Driver Education • Reality – On-line training is the delivery method of today,

On-Line Driver Education • Reality – On-line training is the delivery method of today, not the future. • Reality – The younger generation is technical in their capabilities while we are not. On-line training (Moodle) can be taken on a hand-held smartphone. • Reality – On-line training provides accessibility and flexibility for students. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 6

On-Line Driver Education • Reality – The Driver Education Community must engage on-line training

On-Line Driver Education • Reality – The Driver Education Community must engage on-line training now if driver education is to be successful. • Reality – If we do not engage on-line training, driver education will fall behind and will become a “thing-of-the-past”. • Reality – The ADTSEA Moodle on-line training program will help us to succeed. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 7

Background of On-Line Driver Education • Has become a major tool for educators the

Background of On-Line Driver Education • Has become a major tool for educators the past five years. • Variety of on-line driver education programs that have been developed by commercial companies. • In most cases they have used material that has been developed by ADTSEA. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 8

Background of On-Line Driver Education • Due to interest and demand for quality driver

Background of On-Line Driver Education • Due to interest and demand for quality driver education, ADTSEA developed the 2. 0 Curriculum DVD to assist teachers in providing a quality driver education program. • To meet the need for on-line driver education, ADTSEA has taken the next step by providing the curriculum in an on-line version. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 9

ADTSEA On-Line Driver Education Program • Designed to provide the student with the basic

ADTSEA On-Line Driver Education Program • Designed to provide the student with the basic knowledge necessary to operate an automobile. • Features the same classroom unit lesson plans and quizzes contained within the ADTSEA 2. 0 Curriculum. • Designed to supplement classroom, skill and behind-the-wheel training. • Developed using software program Moodle. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 10

ADTSEA Classroom American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 11

ADTSEA Classroom American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 11

Instructor’s View American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 12

Instructor’s View American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 12

Overview of Course • Each unit is designed with content, assignments, discussion boards and

Overview of Course • Each unit is designed with content, assignments, discussion boards and quizzes. • In some content files there are videos. • Videos support the content and can be viewed as many times as needed. • High speed connection is recommended. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 13

What the Instructor Can Do • The instructor: – Is assigned a username and

What the Instructor Can Do • The instructor: – Is assigned a username and password to gain access to the course – Can tailor the course to meet their state’s needs. – Can decide the timeframe of the course, amount of time given to the students to complete a unit or quiz, the layout, and order of the units – Can edit or additional content American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 14

What the Instructor Can Do • Within a course the instructor can: – Add

What the Instructor Can Do • Within a course the instructor can: – Add an activity – Create assignments – Schedule a chat – Create and post to a forum – Develop a glossary – Develop a lesson plan and quizzes – Develop a survey American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 15

Add an Activity American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 16

Add an Activity American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 16

Edit Content American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 17

Edit Content American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 17

Insert or Edit a Quiz American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 18

Insert or Edit a Quiz American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 18

What the Instructor Can Do • The instructor can additional resources to the course

What the Instructor Can Do • The instructor can additional resources to the course including: – Inserting a label – Composing a text page – Composing a web page – Linking to a file or web page – Displaying a directory – Adding an IMS content packge American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 19

Add a Resource American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 20

Add a Resource American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 20

What the Instructor Can Do • The instructor can also import the following to

What the Instructor Can Do • The instructor can also import the following to enhance the course: – PDF files – Word documents – Power. Point slides – Pictures – Images – Etc. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 21

Insert an Image American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 22

Insert an Image American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 22

Student Enrollment • Once students are enrolled in the course they will be required

Student Enrollment • Once students are enrolled in the course they will be required to read content pages online, as well as specific chapters from the Drive Right Text (Drive Right: You are the Driver, 10 th edition) as they proceed through the units. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 23

Student Enrollment • The student will be required to complete assignments and quizzes and

Student Enrollment • The student will be required to complete assignments and quizzes and must be submitted according to the completion date. • Quizzes are scored as the student answers each question. • The instructor will be provided with a grade sheet after students have completed the quizzes. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 24

Student’s View American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 25

Student’s View American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 25

Unit Content American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 26

Unit Content American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 26

Unit Quiz American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 27

Unit Quiz American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 27

Tracking Your Class and Students • The instructor can track their class and students,

Tracking Your Class and Students • The instructor can track their class and students, including: – When students last accessed the course. – Profile information about the students. – Activity reports on what students have completed. • The instructor can also add and send messages and notes to students. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 28

Tracking Your Class American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 29

Tracking Your Class American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 29

Tracking Your Students American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 30

Tracking Your Students American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 30

On-Line Instructor Training • Provided on-line to members of ADTSEA and is free of

On-Line Instructor Training • Provided on-line to members of ADTSEA and is free of charge. • As part of the training you will complete the ADTSEA course by reading the content and completing quizzes as student would. • At the end of the course, you will complete additional units, which give you guidance on how to use the course as an instructor. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 31

On-Line Instructor Training • Training is self-paced and you can complete it on your

On-Line Instructor Training • Training is self-paced and you can complete it on your own time. • Training support is provided through ADTSEA, as needed. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 32

Two Day Instructor Training Course • Also provide a two day instructor training course,

Two Day Instructor Training Course • Also provide a two day instructor training course, which can be conducted at your facility. • Cost of the course is $3, 200 plus travel expenses. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 33

Costs for ADTSEA On-Line Driver Education • The instructor must be a current member

Costs for ADTSEA On-Line Driver Education • The instructor must be a current member of ADTSEA (starting at $50). • There is a $10 instructor code fee for each instructor of the course. • Each student must pay $10 to enroll in the course for a maximum of 25 students per course. • You can have multiple courses at the same time. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 34

State Approval • ADTSEA will work with you to get approval from your state

State Approval • ADTSEA will work with you to get approval from your state to use ADTSEA’s On-Line Driver Education Program. American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 35

To Sign-Up • Contact: Christie Falgione 724 -349 -SAFE (7233) christie@adtsea. org or Brett

To Sign-Up • Contact: Christie Falgione 724 -349 -SAFE (7233) [email protected] org or Brett Robinson 724 -349 -SAFE (7233) [email protected] org American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 7/16/2011 36

Questions ? American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 2/25/2011 37

Questions ? American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association 2/25/2011 37