Presentation on theme: "What is keys 2 drive ? What is keys 2 drive ? keys 2 drive is …keys 2 drive is not… A lesson in how to drive a car Free practice time Preparation for."— Presentation transcript:
What is keys 2 drive ? What is keys 2 drive ? keys 2 drive is …keys 2 drive is not… A lesson in how to drive a car Free practice time Preparation for a driving test Coaching in how to learn safe driving Coaching in how to learn safely Confidence to get started Support for the whole journey
A beginner drivers risk of being harmed in a crash is the lowest it will be in their whole driving life Crash rates skyrocket 20 to 30 times as soon as they get their Ps !
Do as I sayFind your own way Learn to find your own way Able to find your own way
LOTS of driving & repetition. Real hours have a real benefit ! THINK how you drive, TALK about it. Be your own: supervisor, instructor, assessor. Go DIFFERENT...... places, ways, times, conditions, reasons etc LONG WIDE DEEP
What would help you most right now? 9.Something else … ? * In-car activity 1.Confidence to be a Supervisor 1.Confidence to be a Supervisor 2.Know how to plan a practice session 2.Know how to plan a practice session 3.Know how to fix a special problem 3.Know how to fix a special problem 4.Learn about the P-plate ready indicator 4.Learn about the P-plate ready indicator 8.See a driving skill being taught* 8.See a driving skill being taught* 5.See a driving demonstration* 5.See a driving demonstration* 6.Get feedback on my driving (Supervisor)* 6.Get feedback on my driving (Supervisor)* 7.Get feedback on my driving (Learner)* 7.Get feedback on my driving (Learner)*
Confidence to be a Supervisor What are your main concerns as a Supervisor? Would you like to discuss … Quickly, what you need to know? Quickly, what you need to know? Topics from the Supervisors Guide? Topics from the Supervisors Guide? Topics from Helpful Hints for Supervisors? Topics from Helpful Hints for Supervisors? Discussion [p.3]
2. Planning a practice session 1.Understand whats to be practiced and how. 2.Decide the purpose – is it for long, wide and/or deep experience? 3.Decide on a challenging but achievable goal. 4.The practice should suit the driving situation & context. 5.Predict and discuss possible problems 6.Use the Before You Drive checklist. 7.Review the experience at the end of the drive. Discussion [p.7]
Fixing a special problem What problem do you want to fix? Practice fixing problems on your own (self-management skills) Is it one part of a bigger problem? Is the problem hard to fix? … know the correct method (self-assessor). … work out a tactic to get it right (self-instructor). … manage your thoughts and feelings (self-supervisor). Discussion [p.8]
1.Choose a typical P-Plate driving journey 2.Judge how you will go 3.Youll have to find your own way 4.Review how you went Test ready doesnt always mean P-Plate ready !
See a driving demonstration The instructor will give a commentary on... Self-managing his driving behaviour Continuously self-assessing his driving Working out the cause of any mistake he makes and fixing it Giving examples of how unhelpful feelings can get in the way of safe driving Instructor Driving [p.9]
Get feedback on my driving (Supervisor) 1.Refer to the Good Driving Habits checklist. 2.The in-car situation should be as close as possible to a normal driving situation e.g. radio on, conversation with passengers. 3.After the drive, review your performance using the checklist. Supervisor driving [p.10]
Get feedback on my driving (Learner) Refer to the P-plate ready indicator (hard copy). (This exercise may not be able to be completed in the allocated time, it may have to be completed later during a paid session) Learner driving [p.11]
See a driving skill being taught 1.You should want to do it well. 2.You should be told when you ARE and ARE NOT doing it correctly. 3.You should practice the correct way, over and over again. 4.You should want to keep doing it CORRECTLY and with LITTLE OUTSIDE HELP. Learner driving [p.4] What skill do you want to learn?
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