Missouri Driver Safety Education
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Driver Education Certification Information
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
OFFICE OF EDUCATOR QUALITY – EDUCATOR PREPARATION
Temporary Authorization Certificate Requirements
Subject-Specific Competencies for the
Beginning Driver Education Teacher in Missouri, Revised April 2003
Driver's Education Curriculum
Driver's Education Curriculum
Missouri State University has been approved by DESE to offer
Driver's Education certification
KIN370 (3) Content and Materials in Safety Education
Teachers pursuing this certificate are eligible for a
Provisional Teaching Certificate
in Driver's Education
Teachers who wish to pursue certification in Driver's Education should contact the Kinesiology Department for more information or to enroll in the program.
MISSOURI BAPTIST DRIVER EDUCATION CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
Scheduling the Certification Courses
The fundamental goal of the driver education program at MBU is to meet requirements for an add-on state certification approved by DESE. To reach that goal four courses are offered that lead to mastery of required competencies and skills. MBU provides a summer class schedule or an eight-week model in the fall or spring semesters. Driver Education I and II are taught as web-assisted following a schedule convenient to the certifying teacher. Driver Education III and IV are completed on-site currently through the Lindbergh Community Driver Education program. Certifying candidates teach novice drivers (students with driving permits) enrolled in the Community Driver Education class, scheduled for eight weeks in the fall and spring semesters or a five-week schedule offered in the summer (June/July).
EDDR 403-503 - Driver Education I
Introduction to Safety is a web-assisted course and assignments are completed online.
EDDR 413-513 - Driver Education II
Organization is a web-assisted course and assignments are completed online.
EDDR 433-533 - Driver Education III
Instruction is a course completed via the Lindbergh School District Community Education Program. Certifying teachers will prepare lessons and teach novice drivers with a learners permit. The course is offered as an eight-week session either during the fall or spring semesters or during a summer session.
EDDR 443-543 - Driver Education IV
Developing Operating Skills is a course completed using a vehicle provided by the Community Education Program. Certifying teachers will instruct students with a learners permit in behind-the-wheel skills. The MBU professor models the sequential instruction of "TRAIN THE TRAINER" (TTT) process. Certifying teachers will be expected to successfully learn and implement the "TTT" modeled by the MBU professor
If interested in learning more about the driver
education program and the process to become certified,
Driver Education Teacher Preparation Courses
DrEd 2010 Driver Education I - Introduction to Safety Education (3
DrEd 2020 Driver Education II - Driver Task Analysis (3 hours)
DrEd 2030 Driver Education III - Developing Classroom Skills (3 hours)
DrEd 2040 Driver Education IV - Developing Operational Skills (3 hours)
For additional information, please call the Missouri Safety Center Mr. Jim Delap at 800-801-3588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.