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Driver Education Methods

Professional preparation to meet the traffic and safety needs of schools and communities. Focus on methods of classroom and laboratory teaching. State and national standards are recommended for teaching driver and traffic safety education. (Includes laboratory experience.) Students can expect considerable out of class assignments. Prerequisite: State of N.H. Driver Education Teacher Certification requires driver license possession for five consecutive years, high school diploma or GED, valid operator's license and acceptable driving record, access to Internet and e-mail, and successful completion of Introduction to Traffic Safety.

Section: SAFE-333-01
Credits: 3
Faculty: Robert L Baker
Days: S
Times: 9:00AM‑5:00PM (S)
Start/End Date: 02/26/18 - 03/24/18
Instruction Method: Blended - Partially Online
Comments: Professional preparation to meet the traffic and safety needs ofschools and communities. Focus on methods of classroom andlaboratory teaching. State and national standards arerecommended for teaching driver and traffic safety education.(Includes laboratory experience.) Students can expectconsiderable out of class assignments. Prerequisite: Successfulcompletion of SAFE 222, Introduction to Traffic Safety.Note: This course will be held partially on-line. Saturdayclasses meet in-person at 1050 Perimeter Rd., Suite 202,Manchester, NH.Credits: 3Instructor: Robert BakerSchedule:Mon. Feb. 26 Begins On-LineSat. March 3 9 AM - 5 PMSat. March 17 9 AM - 5 PMSat. March 24 9 AM - 5 PM

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