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Teaching Your Teen To Drive

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                                                     ACTIVE LEARNING 

Research shows that two things influence effective learning: time-on-task and involvement in the learning activity. This means that the amount of time spent practicing and the method in which skills are practiced impact how well your child learns to drive.Talking is a key to active learning and understanding. As such, your use of active learning behaviors throughout the lessons  this will greatly benefit your new driver. Ask the new driver to tell you what he or she sees and what actions should be taken. Encourage the driver to comment on driving situations before encountering them and to explain the proper procedure for that situation. For example, when changing lanes, your child should state aloud that he or she has checked the rear -view mirror, checked the side-view mirror, checked the blind spot, signaled and has determined whether it is safe to change lanes or not.Other important things to ask the new driver to comment on are speed limits, traffic signals, road signs and road conditions. Making a habit of noticing these things in time to adjust and react is the basis of good visual scanning habits. As the new driver shares observations, the coach will gain a better understanding of what the driver is seeing and how well he or she is evaluating driving conditions. Hope this helps 

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Driving instructor training Birmingham on Monday, December 03, 2012 2:53 AM
Well, it is good that we teach them vehicle but we have to aware and wait for correct time and being your everyone learns to drive.
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