A STUDY TO COMPARE THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELECTED LABORATORY AND CLASSROOM PROGRAMS IN DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATION

THE PURPOSES ARE: (1) TO COMPARE THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF FOUR SELECTED DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATION LABORATORY PROGRAMS--STANDARD, SIMULATOR, RANGE, AND FOUR-PHASE; (2) TO COMPARE THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF THREE SELECTED DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATION CLASSROOM PROGRAMS: (A) THIRTY-HOUR CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION; (B) THIRTY HOURS CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION PLUS FIFTEEN HOURS DRIVEWATER INSTRUCTION, AND (C) FORTY-FIVE HOURS CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION; AND (3) TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE LABORATORY AND CLASSROOM PROGRAM INDICATE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FEMALE AND MALE STUDENTS. THE CRITERION USED TO EVALUATE STUDENT PERFORMANCE WERE IN THREE AREAS: (A) DRIVING KNOWLEDGE, (B) DRIVING PERFORMANCE, AND (C) TRAFFIC ANALYSIS. /AUTHOR/

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    • 254 Pp, RefS
  • Corporate Authors:

    Michigan State University, East Lansing

    College of Education
    East Lansing, MI  USA  48824
  • Authors:
    • Mcdaniel, C E
  • Publication Date: 1970

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  • Accession Number: 00221506
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Highway Safety Research Institute
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Feb 15 1972 12:00AM