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    DRIVER EDUCATION: 10 modules to include these topics:

    Highway Transportation System; Protective Systems; Legal Responsibilities;

    Road Hazards; Signs, Signals, and Roadway Markings; Right-of-Ways; Road Emergency;

    Vehicle Control Systems of a Motor Vehicle; Time and Space Management;

    Basic Maneuvers; Interacting with Other Highway Users;

    Influences on Driver Behavior; Being prepared for Hazards and Emergencies;

     

    Alcohol and Drugs; SEEiT Process (Search, Evaluate, and Execute in Time);

    Adverse Conditions; Road Rage Prevention; Distracted Driving Prevention

    CREDIT INFO:

    One (1)


    COURSE TITLE:

    Behind the Wheel – Practice Driving (Grades 10-12)

    PREREQUISITE:

    Classroom Driver Education

     

    Classroom Driver Education

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    The Behind the Wheel standards provide students with a detailed understanding of the

     

    fundamentals of driving and fosters responsible attitudes and behaviors. Students are

    trained to respond to a variety of driving conditions. Behind the Wheel training consists

    of seven (7) hours of observation time and seven (7) hours of driving time. To be eligible

    a student must possess a valid Virginia Instruction Learner’s Permit and successfully

    complete the classroom phase of Driver Education. This course is taught before school,

    after school, and in the summer months and a fee is charged.

    The Behind the Wheel standards provide students with a detailed understanding of the

     

    fundamentals of driving and fosters responsible attitudes and behaviors. Students are

    trained to respond to a variety of driving conditions. Behind the Wheel training consists

    of seven (7) hours of observation time and seven (7) hours of driving time. To be eligible

    a student must possess a valid Virginia Instruction Learner’s Permit and successfully

    complete the classroom phase of Driver Education. This course is taught before school,

    after school, and in the summer months and a fee is charged.

    MAIN TOPICS:

    Vehicle Control task

     

    Basic Traffic Maneuvers

    Multiple Hazards and Adverse Conditions

    City and Highway Driving

    Emergency Situations

    Basic Driving Procedures

    Parking

    Vehicle Control task

     

    Basic Traffic Maneuvers

    Multiple Hazards and Adverse Conditions

    City and Highway Driving

    Emergency Situations

    Basic Driving Procedures

    Parking

    CREDIT INFO:

    N/A

     

    8/17/2005

    SY 2005-06

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    8/17/2005

    SY 2005-06

    COURSE TITLE

    : Classroom Driver Education (Grades 11-12)

     

    : Classroom Driver Education (Grades 11-12)

     

    PREREQUISITE:

    N/A

     

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    DESCRIPTION:

    This course, which is part of the Health and Physical Education 10 curriculum, is offered

     

    independently in limited circumstances. Students not enrolled in Health and Physical

    Education 10 may take this course only if they have failed the Classroom Driver

    Education phase of Health and Physical Education.

    Transfer students who have completed Health and Physical Education 10, but who have

    not successfully completed Classroom Driver Education may enroll in this course.

    This course, which is part of the Health and Physical Education 10 curriculum, is offered

     

    independently in limited circumstances. Students not enrolled in Health and Physical

    Education 10 may take this course only if they have failed the Classroom Driver

    Education phase of Health and Physical Education.

    Transfer students who have completed Health and Physical Education 10, but who have

    not successfully completed Classroom Driver Education may enroll in this course.

    MAIN TOPICS:

    10 modules to include these topics:

     

    Highway Transportation System

    Legal Responsibilities

    Signs, Signals, and Right-of-Ways

    Vehicle Controls

    Time and Space Management

    SEEiT Process (search, evaluate, execute in time)

    Influences on Driver Behavior

    Alcohol and Drugs

    Protective Systems

    Road Hazards

    Road Emergencies

    Systems of a Motor Vehicle

    Interacting with other highway users

    Being prepared for hazards and emergencies

    Basic Maneuvers

    Adverse Conditions

    Road Rage Prevention

    10 modules to include these topics:

     

    Highway Transportation System

    Legal Responsibilities

    Signs, Signals, and Right-of-Ways

    Vehicle Controls

    Time and Space Management

    SEEiT Process (search, evaluate, execute in time)

    Influences on Driver Behavior

    Alcohol and Drugs

    Protective Systems

    Road Hazards

    Road Emergencies

    Systems of a Motor Vehicle

    Interacting with other highway users

    Being prepared for hazards and emergencies

    Basic Maneuvers

    Adverse Conditions

    Road Rage Prevention

    CREDIT INFO:

    N/A

     

    N/A

     

Last Modified on August 28, 2014