Drivers Education Online
CESA #2 On-Line Course Description
The online Driver Education course offered by CESA #2 provides a unique
opportunity for students that have busy schedules to learn critical skills
to become a safe, low-risk driver.
Please click “here” for the Internet/online course information web-site.
LENGTH OF CLASS:
The amount of time a student spends completing the online driver
course will follow the time limits set by the Department of Public
Instruction for a
Driver Education course.
Students in order to comply with state law may not spend more than
a day online, nor may they submit more than a total of
six chapters of assignments per week. The online student activity
profile available to the instructor and program administrator for each
student will provide documentation of the dates and time of access to the
CLASS TIMELINE SIX MONTHS
A student must complete the online course within six months of the
online account being activated. The system will automatically drop a
student from the online class after six months. If a student does not
complete the course within the six months a fee of $25 will be charged for
activating a new account and the student will be required to retake the entire
course. Students that are unable to complete the course in six months time
because of special family or health related circumstances will need to contact
the online instructor and make arrangements for an extension of time. All coursework must completed no later than two weeks before the end of the
six month course; or, no later than two weeks before a scheduled road exam.
Two weeks are needed to process final evaluation; return textbook to
administration; and mail any needed documentation. Textbook must be
CESA # 2, PO Box 400, Spring Green, WI 53588
completion certificate will be issued. Textbooks may NOT be returned to the
Behind the Wheel instructor.
COURSE COMPLETION VALIDATION DOCUMENTS:
CESA #2 keeps on file for each online student two documents to validate
use and completion of the course.
The first document is the exam monitoring verification form signed by the
parents and sent to the online instructor at the end of the course. This form
documents that a parent supervised the student’s online testing.
The second document is a printout of the individual student’s online activity
profile. Each time a student accesses an online account the learning
management system records each access of the online class by the day of
each access; the time of day for each access; the length of time online for
each access; and the area of the course that was accessed. A student’s
online profile will be used to determine the following required to meet DPI
- a student spent no more than two hours a day online
- a student completed the course in no less than six weeks
- a student accessed, viewed and completed each assignment and test
REMOVAL FROM ONLINE COURSE:
A student may be removed from the online course at the instructor or
parent’s discretion. A student may be removed from the online course for
- Parental request
- Lack of progress
- Poor performance
- Invalid submission of assignments
- Lack of parental monitoring
- Academic dishonesty
Students removed from the online course will be transferred to
the next available classroom session.
All assignments are to be submitted to the online instructor by email as
the assignments are completed.
Students must submit their assignments through the email address
of a parent; not a student email address. Or, the student must
copy the parent on the email. This enables parents to monitor progress
of the online student.
TEST MONITORING Assessment is an essential part of determining
whether a student has gained the skills from each chapter completed. To
provide the most accurate assessment of the knowledge gained while
progressing through the online Driver Education course, we ask parents to
monitor the taking of tests and exams. Notes or textbooks may not be used
during exams, or the assessment will not give an accurate reading of the
skills and knowledge development. If a student does poorly on a particular
exam, it means essential material has not been understood and needs to be
re-learned. Parents or the instructor may request a particular exam to be
retaken. Parental monitoring of student testing helps to provide assurance
that the student is learning the skills essential to become a safe, low-risk
driver. Statistics have shown that parental involvement in a child’s driver’s
education is a significant factor in reducing the level of risk the young driver
has during the first year of driving.
Once a student has successfully completed both the online class and the
Behind the Wheel instruction, and has returned the textbook Drive Right to
CESA#2 a course completion certificate will be issued. This certificate is
required by the Department of Motor Vehicles as proof that a Drivers
Education program has been completed. Only one certificate is issued and is signed by the driving instructor.
A course completion certificate will be issued when the following criteria
has been met.
- All assignments, projects and tests have been completed.
- The test verification form and textbook have been received at
CESA #2, PO Box 400, Spring Green, WI 53588.
- The Behind the Wheel instructor has verified completion of Behind
the Wheel instruction.
In order to receive the course completion certificate on time, the
above must be completed within TWO WEEKS before a scheduled
road exam. To avoid having to reschedule a road test, it is
advisable to require your student to have the online course
completed before scheduling the road exam.