Strategies to develop students' attitudes towards the problem, motivation, and overall mindfulness:
Knowledge is power activity.
Vision vs. Perception demonstration
Front load collision statitics and top five reasons for collisions in Utah.
Activities While Using the Computer
Students will work at the computer groups
Simulators will provide an opportunity for students to view driving scenarios and react to what they would do in the variety of situations presented. They will be in three groups of nine because we have nine simulators. Each student will be driving their own simulator and assessing each driving situation. Students will rotate from posters work to scenarios to simulators.
Activities After Using the Computer
Students will generate a one page summary of what they understand about the SIPDE system and how they will use it to become a defensive driver. Students will identify other scenarios where the SIPDE system can be utilized.
Poster activity and scenario evaluations.
Students will be assessed by means of:
Included in the assessment:
Each student will be assessed on how well they respond to the driving scenarios in the Simulator videos. Students will also create posters demonstrating understanding of necessary steps. Students will write a one page summary of what they learned.