This course provides the future driver and traffic safety instructor with the information needed to teach the in-car lessons portion of driver and traffic safety education.
DTS 350 Important Information
- 3 semester hours
- Pre-requisites: None
- Handbook for Learning to Drive, Quensel, Warren P., Safety Enterprises, Bloomington, IL, 1998.
- Teacher Guide for the Handbook Learning to Drive, Quensel, Warren P., Safety Enterprises, Bloomington, IL, 1998.
- Contact the
MSU Bookstore online and order the texts over the Internet. You will need a credit card number to order the text. This online bookstore is a secure site.
- This course provides prospective driver education teachers with the training they will need to teach students in the driver education car. The prospective teacher will learn how to develop an in-car curriculum and the methods needed to teach the skills required by a new driver. The information is applicable for all people from the novice driver to the experienced driver.
- Course Expectations
- It is critical that students adhere to the assignment deadlines. Students are to follow the course calendar and to submit assignments no later than the dates they are due. However, students are allowed to work ahead of the course calendar.
- This course includes 6 assignments, 4 objective tests, and 44 discussion posts.
- To determine compute system requirements and which browsers are compatible with Blackboard, please visit the Technology Requirements Page.
For more information email Howard Theige, the online instructor.