Driver Task Analysis - EDU 114 at John Tyler Community College


         
 
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EDU 114 - Driver Task Analysis
Introduces the "driver task" as related to the highway transportation system and factors that influences performance ability. Prepares students so they may be eligible to take certification exams for driving school instructors in both public and private schools.
Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 2 hours. Total 4 hours per week.
Prerequisite: Must be eligible for ESL 13.
3 credits

Schedule at John Tyler Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
13795 EDU 114-R91S 3
       
    Th  
  Tu    
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m.
6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m.
2021-10-14 Midlothian HY
All course materials will be online using Canvas, and it will be made available on or before the first day of the class session. Students must have access to a computer with webcam and know how to use the Internet and e-mail. For information on how to access Canvas go to www.jtcc.edu/mytyler. The class will also have an in-person component on some of the day(s) and at some of the times listed. A limited number of students will be allowed to attend at one time, as the college will follow all CDC, federal, state, and college requirements at the time the class begins through the end of the course. By registering for this class, students will be required to follow all established guidelines and policies when they are on campus. Any students not willing to follow the guidelines and policies should register for courses taught fully online or remotely via Zoom instead.
EDU 114-Z91B: Driver Task Analysis is the first of two courses required by the Virginia Department of Education teacher licensure to add an endorsement in driver education to the Virginia teaching license. Students are required to also complete the second course, EDU 214, and after successful completion of both courses, required to pass the state certification exam. In this course, students will develop a comprehensive understanding of the highway transportation system, the complexity of the driving task, factors contributing to the performance of highway users, and attitudes and skills necessary to develop competent drivers. It will also provide pre-service teachers with the essential knowledge and skills to effectively deliver the course content as presented in the Administrative and Curriculum Guide for Driver Education in Virginia and the VADETS Online Driver Education Course. NOTE: EDU 214, second course, will be offered Spring 2022.
PREREQUISITE: English eligibility for ENF 3 or ESL 51 or above.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
23679 EDU 114-81A 3
 M W   
6:00 p.m.-8:50 p.m.
2022-01-18 Chester Campus P
EDU 114-81A: Driver Task Analysis is the first of two courses required by the Virginia Department of Education teacher licensure to add an endorsement in driver education to the Virginia teaching license. Students are required to also complete the second course, EDU 214, and after successful completion of both courses, required to pass the state certification exam. In this course, students will develop a comprehensive understanding of the highway transportation system, the complexity of the driving task, factors contributing to the performance of highway users, and attitudes and skills necessary to develop competent drivers. It will also provide pre-service teachers with the essential knowledge and skills to effectively deliver the course content as presented in the Administrative and Curriculum Guide for Driver Education in Virginia and the VADETS Online Driver Education Course.
PREREQUISITE: Eligibility for ENF 3 or ESL 41.
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