Instructional Principles of Driver Education - EDU 214 at John Tyler Community College


         
 
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EDU 214 - Instructional Principles of Driver Education
Analyzes rules and regulations that govern the conduct of Driver Education programs with special emphasis on organization and administration. Includes uses in the classroom, driving range and on the street. Prepares students so they may be eligible to take the state certification exam in driver education.
Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 2 hours. Total 4 hours per week.
Prerequisite: EDU 114.
3 credits

Schedule at John Tyler Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
46610 EDU 214-R41S 3
       
 MTuWThF 
  Tu Th  
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
2021-08-16 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 (Mon.- Fri. Aug. 16, 17,18, 19, & 20, 9am-3pm) . 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 214-R41S: Instructional Principles of Driver Education is the second of two courses required for endorsement in Driver Education for Commonwealth of Virginia. In this course, students will analyzes rules and regulations that govern the conduct of Driver Education programs with special emphasis on organization and administration. Importance will be placed on actual teaching skills, to include in the classroom, single-car & multi-car instruction, driving range and public street instruction, simulation, and evaluation. Successful completion of this course is final preparation for student eligibility to take the state certification exam.
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of EDU 114.
The first part of EDU 214 will be synchronous remote with coursework, including the final and a Competency Exam by VDOE, being completed online. However, students will also have to complete 6 hours of range work with the instructor as well as 14 hours of shadow experience with a licensed company and endorsed instructor. Students in EDU 214 will be required to take an incomplete in the class until in-car instruction resumes. Students will not be eligible for the endorsement until they can safely complete the 20 mandatory driving hours. This may mean additional time beyond the course completion date due to COVID-19 health regulations.
13796 EDU 214-R51S 3
       
 M W   
      Sa
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
8:45 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
2021-08-23 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 (Sat. Aug. 28 & Sat. Sept. 25, 8:45am-4pm; & Wed. Sept. 22, 5pm-8pm.) . 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 214-R21S: Instructional Principles of Driver Education is the second of two courses required for endorsement in Driver Education for Commonwealth of Virginia. In this course, students will analyzes rules and regulations that govern the conduct of Driver Education programs with special emphasis on organization and administration. Importance will be placed on actual teaching skills, to include in the classroom, single-car & multi-car instruction, driving range and public street instruction, simulation, and evaluation. Successful completion of this course is final preparation for student eligibility to take the state certification exam.
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of EDU 114.
The first part of EDU 214 will be synchronous remote with coursework, including the final and a Competency Exam by VDOE, being completed online. However, students will also have to complete 6 hours of range work with the instructor as well as 14 hours of shadow experience with a licensed company and endorsed instructor. Students in EDU 214 will be required to take an incomplete in the class until in-car instruction resumes. Students will not be eligible for the endorsement until they can safely complete the 20 mandatory driving hours. This may mean additional time beyond the course completion date due to COVID-19 health regulations.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
42552 EDU 214-51A 3
      Sa
  Tu Th  
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m.
2022-01-22 Chester Campus P
EDU 214-51A: Instructional Principles of Driver Education is the second of two courses required for endorsement in Driver Education for Commonwealth of Virginia. In this course, students will analyzes rules and regulations that govern the conduct of Driver Education programs with special emphasis on organization and administration. Importance will be placed on actual teaching skills, to include in the classroom, single-car & multi-car instruction, driving range and public street instruction, simulation, and evaluation. Successful completion of this course is final preparation for student eligibility to take the state certification exam.
ll 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 (Sat. Jan. 22 & Sat. Feb.. 5, 9:00am-4pm;.) . 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.
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of EDU 114.
The first part of EDU 214 will be synchronous remote with coursework, including the final and a Competency Exam by VDOE, being completed online. However, students will also have to complete 6 hours of range work with the instructor as well as 14 hours of shadow experience with a licensed company and endorsed instructor. Students in EDU 214 will be required to take an incomplete in the class until in-car instruction resumes. Students will not be eligible for the endorsement until they can safely complete the 20 mandatory driving hours. This may mean additional time beyond the course completion date due to COVID-19 health regulations.
42562 EDU 214-53A 3
 M W   
      Sa
6:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
2022-04-05 Chester Campus P
EDU 214-53A: Instructional Principles of Driver Education is the second of two courses required for endorsement in Driver Education for Commonwealth of Virginia. In this course, students will analyzes rules and regulations that govern the conduct of Driver Education programs with special emphasis on organization and administration. Importance will be placed on actual teaching skills, to include in the classroom, single-car & multi-car instruction, driving range and public street instruction, simulation, and evaluation. Successful completion of this course is final preparation for student eligibility to take the state certification exam.
ll 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 (Sat. Apr. 9 & Sat. Apr. 30, 9am-4pm;.) . 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.
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of EDU 114.
The first part of EDU 214 will be synchronous remote with coursework, including the final and a Competency Exam by VDOE, being completed online. However, students will also have to complete 6 hours of range work with the instructor as well as 14 hours of shadow experience with a licensed company and endorsed instructor. Students in EDU 214 will be required to take an incomplete in the class until in-car instruction resumes. Students will not be eligible for the endorsement until they can safely complete the 20 mandatory driving hours. This may mean additional time beyond the course completion date due to COVID-19 health regulations.
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