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Playbook FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Concurrent Delivery Using the New Playbook Interface


Q: Can the final route be longer than just the minimum required maneuvers?  Our final drive takes an hour and we do a lot more than the minimum.


A: Yes.  In fact, you can make your route as long or as short as you wish, as long as the minimum required maneuvers are in place.  It is important to have a complete route that starts and ends at a specified location.

Q. We have a lot of turns and other activities on the route that we need to make the route “work.”  Do we have to have an itemized checkbox for each maneuver?

A: No.  You may place a direction in your route as a “Not scored” direction.  This will help make you route flow better and not overwhelm the instructor who is assessing the student.  Just remember to meet the minimum number of required maneuvers.

Q: I am worried the print is too small on the assessment sheet and our instructors won’t be able to read it while on the assessment.  Can we make it bigger?

A: Yes, you may make the font as large as you think it needs to be.  However, your instructors should be instructed to familiarize themselves with the route in advance and to only bring the assessment into “view” when they need to make a mark or comment.  An instructor’s eye belong on the road, and the student.
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General Playbook Questions

 


Q: What if some of our teachers couldn’t make it to the conference. Will more training be offered?

A: Chemeketa Community College is developing an 8-hour on-line Playbook course for instructors. The cost is $25. Contact the community college to be added to their course list: Chemeketa’s phone number is 503 584-7541. See page 6 of this newsletter for more information.

Q: We understand the Playbook can only be issued to students who qualify under the teen program. How do we obtain books for our adult students?

A: The workbooks will be available for purchase through Western Oregon University.

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Non ODOT-Approved Playbook Order Form

Order Playbooks for Non ODOT-Approved usage

 

 
 

 

  
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