Mrs. Skjold will have the opportunity to share her lesson plan with other driver education teachers at the 2015 NJAHPERD Convention in February and the 2015 NJEA Convention in November. She will also be able to bring other leaders’ lesson plans to IHA.
The three organizations partnered up to make professional development, student programs, and the most up-to-date driver education and licensing information available to driver education professionals. They recognize how committed and dedicated driver education professionals are to helping teens build skill and become good drivers for life. To build on that momentum, driver education professionals were invited to share their lesson plans with their colleagues and be recognized for their efforts.
Mrs. Skjold said she is thrilled that the students of IHA will benefit from the Share a Lesson Plan program. “The best part of the prize is having inspirational speaker, guitar player, and crash victim, Gabe Hurley, come to IHA to present his program,” she said.
Congratulations to Mrs. Skjold for being recognized as a pioneer and leader in the driver education field!