Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development Issue 52
2004-03-28 発行

教習所指導員の高齢者講習プログラム評価に関する一考察

Evaluation by Driving School Instructors on the Program of the Driver's License for Renewal Course for the Elderly
Fujikawa, Mieko
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abstract
The present research examined the relationship between elderly driver's continuance needs by driving school instructors and the necessity of improving the renewal course. The driving instructors examined the relationship between these needs and the attitude in teaching the renewal course. Questionnaires were given to 253 driving school instructors (M=42.9 years, SD=9.07). The questionnaires included: eye sight test, driving aptitude, driving behavior, degree of dementia, evaluation of the elderly driver's continuance needs, learning volition, judgment on driving skill, and the ability of teaching. Evaluation of the elderly driver's continuance needs by driving school instructors related to eye sight test, driving behavior on driving course, degree of dementia, and learning volition. Driving school instructors should enrich their knowledge about the elderly driver's continuance needs for safety instruction during the renewal course.
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高齢ドライバー
教習所指導員
高齢者講習
安全教育
運転継続欲求
elderly driver
driving school instructors
elderly driver's license renewal course
safety education
driver's continuance needs
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