“Excellent teaching method and approach”; “Very creative and useful to us for the art of teaching”; “Very organized, interaction between students and lecturers was very beneficial and it helped to raise my personal standard”: some student comments!
This twenty-day course will provide Driving Instructors with the opportunity to explore classroom-specific instructional techniques and to develop their lesson-planning, presentation and communication skills. The major area of concentration in this course is the knowledge, method and practice of teaching the MTO Approved Beginner Driver Education 30 hour classroom course.
Topics to be covered include:
- Lesson planning
- Instructional methods for the classroom
- Use of visual aid equipment
- Administration of a driver education learning program, including schedules, instruction content, students and materials
- Communication skills
- Instructional skills
- Practice teaching – skill and information units
- Setting student learning objectives
- Measuring student learning
Upon successful completion, graduates will demonstrate an acceptable skill, performance and knowledge level in all of the key course components.
Process: Classroom – formal & informal instruction, workshops & practical exercises with home preparation each evening.
Supplied: Candidate’s manual.
Driver’s Handbook (current version);
Highway Traffic Act
Evaluation: Full attendance, classroom performance, assignments and lesson planning, presentations and tests, overall participation.
Certification: Certification of Completion.
Prerequisites: Valid Driving Instructor licence– proof of.
Duration: Twenty (20) days.
Course Dates: 2018: Feb 26-Mar 9 & 19-30, Nov 19-Dec 14