Access online resources that may provide some ideas for teaching and learning in driver education.
New Zealand Transport Agency has produced a comprehensive instructor manual called Learning systems for driving instructors.
This manual contains some great information about light vehicles, teaching, and learning. It also has complete detailed lesson plans for in-car training. Please keep in mind when reviewing this resource that they drive on the other side of the road! Some of the techniques taught in B.C. may be different so these plans would need to be adapted.
If you would like to connect with driver educators from around the world, LinkedIn has many discussion groups to choose from including:
Learning Disabilities — The LDonline website contains a wealth of information about teaching children, teens and adults who have a learning disability.
Dyslexia and driving an automobile. Brown, D. — A great article to illustrate the challenges students with dyslexia may face when learning to drive and offers some ideas to tackle those with perceptual problems.
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