Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019

 
Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow
  63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference
          Burlington, Vermont
           July 21 - 24, 2019
 DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington Vermont
Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Welcome to the 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference
                               Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow
                                         July 21 – 24, 2019
                                       Burlington, Vermont
Dates                        Exhibit Hours
Monday, July 22              5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July 23             9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, July 24           9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
                             Drawing for “Exhibitor Passport” winner at 10:20 a.m.

Saturday, July 20, 2019
     Time & Location                                               Event Information
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Board of Directors’ Meeting
Valcour                      Presiding: Mark Lee, MN, ADTSEA President

12:45 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.       Michelin USA Tire Safety and Other Traffic Safety Learning Activities with NSSP
Driving Range                Students (All are encouraged to attend and observe)
1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        ADTSEA Conference Registration
Diamond Ballroom Foyer       Pre-registered ADTSEA members may pick up conference materials.
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        New ADTSEA Board Member Orientation (all new ADTSEA Board Members)
Valcour                      and NSSP Project Judging
                             Robin Bordner, MI, Higher Education Division Chair; Gary Scott, KS, ADTSEA
                             Secretary/Treasurer, Jan Meeker, NSSP Liaison

Sunday, July 21, 2019                                            https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-21-2019
     Time & Location                                               Event Information
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
                             ADTSEA Conference Registration
Diamond Ballroom Foyer
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.       Board of Directors’ Meeting
Valcour                      Presiding: Mark Lee, MN, ADTSEA President
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Michelin USA Tire Safety and Other Traffic Safety Learning Activities (All are
Driving Range                encouraged to attend and observe)
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       ADTSEA Pre-Conference Workshop #1 Pre-Registration Required
Emerald Ballroom I & II      Behind the Wheel Teaching and Learning Theories Training
                             Select Units from the ANSTSE Teaching and Learning Theories for BTW Course
                             Conducted by: Robin Bordner, Michigan Traffic Safety, Rich Hanson, OR, Owner, DTS
                             Consulting, Jo Ellen Suter, VA
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       ADTSEA Pre-Conference Workshop #2 Pre-Registration Required
University Amphitheater      Drug Trends and Impairment Symptomatology
                             This presentation will cover the latest trends in the use and abuse of both licit and illicit
                             drugs and other chemicals.
                             Conducted by: Officer Jay Riggins, Vermont State Police, Drug Recognition Expert
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.      Newcomer’s Meeting and Orientation (for all first-time attendees)
Willsboro                    William Van Tassel, Ph.D., FL, ADTSEA President-Elect, Wendy Bills, UT, Past President
11:00 a.m.
                             Recaps Meeting for Conference Planning
Carleton Boardroom
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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Sunday, July 21, 2019                                      https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-21-2019
     Time & Location                                        Event Information
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.    Lunch on Your Own
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     Opening General Session
Emerald Ballroom I & II   Presiding: Mark Lee, MN, ADTSEA President
                            Presentation of the Colors/Pledge of Allegiance
                            Invocation: Connie Sessoms, Jr., NC, ADTSEA Past President
                            Welcome ADTSEA and NSSP: Mark Lee, MN, ADTSEA President
                            Introduction of ADTSEA Directors and Officers: Gary Scott, KS, ADTSEA
                             Secretary/Treasurer
                            Welcome to Vermont: Commissioner Wanda Minoli, Department of Motor Vehicles
                            Corporate Member and Exhibitor Recognition: Maria Herbert, Drivers Ed Solutions,
                             Inc., Corporate Representative to the ADTSEA Executive Committee
                            Keynote Speaker – Using Physics to Teach Occupant Protection and Other Teen
                             Traffic Safety Lessons – IIHS In-the-Classroom Teacher Resources & Activities:
                             T. Griffith Jones III, Ph.D., University of Florida, Clinical Associate Professor in
                             Science Education, Emeritus
                            Announcements: Mark Lee, MN, ADTSEA President
3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.     Break on Your Own
General Session II        General Session II: Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.     Presiding: Brett Robinson, Secretariat, ANSTSE and Executive Director, ADTSEA
Emerald Ballroom I & II     The Road to Zero Coalition and Driver Education
                             Ian Grossman, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators
                            The Role of Driver Education in Promoting NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Recalls
                             Gabriel Cano, Deputy Regional Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety
                             Administration
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.     ADTSEA Registered Spouses’ & Guests Welcome Reception
Petit Dejeuner Terrace    Hosted by Sue Lee and ADTSEA’s First Ladies & First Gentlemen
Dinner                    Dinner on Your Own

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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Monday, July 22, 2019                                      https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-22-2019
     Time & Location                                        Event Information
Breakfast                 Breakfast on Your Own
7:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
                          ADTSEA Conference Registration
Diamond Ballroom Foyer
Concurrent Session        Track 1 – Education and Training
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    Secondary Division
Emerald Ballroom I        Presiding: Allyn Workman, MO, Secondary Division Chair
                            Using Google Drive in the Classroom
                             George Rooney, VT
                            Using Classroom Technology to Engage Students in Driver Education
                             Wayne Hartmann, IL
Concurrent Session        Track 2 – Administration and Research
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    Research Division
Emerald Ballroom II       Presiding: Harold Fleming, NC, Research Division Chair
                            Distracted Driving / Deadly Consequences
                             Karren Torres, NY, ALL4UDAD
                            Understanding & Use of In-Vehicle Teen Safety Systems
                              Rebecca Weast, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Concurrent Session        Track 3 – ADED
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    Presiding: Amanda Plourde, COTA/L, CDI, CDRS, Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital
University Amphitheater     Physical Disabilities and Adaptive Driving Equipment
                             Donna Stressel Tice, CDRS, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital
10:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.   Break on Your Own

General Session III       General Session III: It’s Our Time to Shine
NSSP Presentations        Presiding: Jan Meeker, HI, NSSP Liaison
10:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.     Welcome Address from Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman
Emerald Ballroom I,         NSSP “It’s Our Time to Shine” Student Presentations
Foyer & Promenade           NSSP Project Exhibits – Meet and interact with the NSSP students to learn about
                             their projects and how they can be used to enhance your classes
                            NSSP Safety Group and Student of the Year Awards
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.    Teacher of Excellence Award (TEA) Luncheon in Memory
Emerald Ballroom III      of Dr. Francis Kenel
                          Sponsored By: The National Road Safety Foundation
                              Rich Hanson, OR, ADTSEA TEA Chair
                              Michelle Anderson, NY, National Road Safety Foundation
                              David Reich, NY, National Road Safety Foundation
                                    All registered attendees are invited to attend.
Concurrent Session        Concurrent Session: 2019 Teacher Excellence Award Recipient Presentations
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     Presiding: Allyn Workman, MO, Secondary Division Chair
Emerald Ballroom I          Planning Behind The Wheel Lessons In Different Environments In North Dakota
                             Darin Bardal, ND
                            What's Driver Ed Have To Do With Baseball?
                             Stanley A. Blicharz, VT
                            Using Technology To Engage The Driver Ed Classroom
                             Robert Droege, MO
                            Developing A Positive Relationship With The Behind The Wheel Student
                             Michael Ray Jones, Sr., NC
                            Intersection Survival
                             Raymond F. Kroll, MN

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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Monday, July 22, 2019                                      https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-22-2019
     Time & Location                                        Event Information
Concurrent Session        Track 3 – ADED
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     Presiding: Amanda Plourde, COTA/L, CDI, CDRS, Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital
University Amphitheater     To Err is Human, to Forgive Design
                             Rosamond Gianutsos, PhD, CDRS, FAAO, Cognitive and Driver Rehabilitation
                             Services, Sunnyside, NY
                            Should People with Autism Spectrum Disorder Drive?
                             Amanda Plourde, COTA/L, CDI, CDRS, Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital
Concurrent Activities     BTW Teaching and Learning Theories Practice
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     For Workshop #1 Participants Only
Driving Range
                          Physical Disabilities and Adaptive Driving Equipment – Hands-On
                          Donna Stressel Tice, CDRS, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital
                          Exhibitor Setup
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                          Coordinators: Leslie Robinson, ADTSEA; Maria Herbert, Drivers Ed Solutions, Inc.,
Emerald Ballroom III
                          Corporate Representative to the ADTSEA Executive Committee
3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.     Break on Your Own

Concurrent Session        Track 1 – Education and Training
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.     Higher Education Division
Emerald Ballroom I        Presiding: Robin Bordner, MI, Higher Education Division Chair
                            Development and Administration of a Driver Education Teacher Endorsement in
                             Illinois
                             Tom Baba, Ed.D., Illinois High School and College Driver Education Association
                            Restructuring North Carolina’s Teacher Training Program
                             Tonya Easterwood, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Concurrent Session        Track 2 – Administration and Research
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.     Research Division
Emerald Ballroom II       Presiding: Harold Fleming, NC, Research Division Chair
                            DriveitHOME
                             Morgan Cihak, Program Manager, National Safety Council
                            Effects of an Aftermarket Crash Avoidance System on Warning Rates and Driver
                             Acceptance in Urban and Rural Environments
                             Rebecca Weast, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Concurrent Session        Track 3 – ADED
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.     Presiding: Amanda Plourde, COTA/L, CDI, CDRS, Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital
University Amphitheater     Effective Teaching Methods for Individuals with Learning Disabilities
                             Linda McCumber, OTR/L, CDRS,CDI, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital Driving
                             Program
Concurrent Activities     BTW Teaching and Learning Theories Practice
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.     For Workshop #1 Participants Only
Driving Range
                          Physical Disabilities and Adaptive Driving Equipment – Hands-On
                          Donna Stressel Tice, CDRS, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital
                          Exhibit Opening and Reception with Exhibitors
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
                          Exhibitor Showcase
Emerald Ballroom III
                            Light refreshments
7:30 p.m.                 Dinner on Your Own
7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.     Evening Entertainment: Phil Henry, singer-songwriter and music teacher from West
Emerald Ballroom III      Rutland High School in Vermont. http://www.philhenryband.com/wordpress/

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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Tuesday, July 23, 2019                                     https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-23-2019
     Time & Location                                         Event Information
Breakfast                 Breakfast on Your Own
7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.     Past Presidents’ Roundtable/Meeting – Reserved table in Restaurant
Petit Dejeuner Terrace    Presiding: Wendy Bills, UT, ADTSEA Past President

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                          Exhibits Open
Emerald Ballroom III
Concurrent Session        Track 1 – Education and Training
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    Secondary Division
Emerald Ballroom I        Presiding: Allyn Workman, MO, Secondary Division Chair
                            Improving Engagement and Outcomes in Student Projects
                              (Please bring a device with internet access.)
                              Robert Droege, MO, Lindbergh High School
                            Developing PSA’s With Your Students
                              Rod Hull, VT, Vergennes Union High School
Concurrent Session        Track 2 – Administration and Research
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    Administration and Supervision Division
Emerald Ballroom II       Presiding: William Warner, OR, Supervision and Administration Division Chair
                            Establishing an Infrastructure for the Changing World of Teacher Training
                              Aaron East Instructor Certification / Business Manager, The Research Institute,
                              Western Oregon University
                              Tonya R. East, PMP, Senior Project/Program Manager, The Research Institute,
                              Western Oregon University
                            Instructor Training – A View from the Inside (or is it Outside?)
                              Rich Hanson, OR, Traffic Safety Education - Trainer of Trainers, The Research
                              Institute, Western Oregon University
Concurrent Activities     BTW Teaching and Learning Theories Practice
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    For Workshop #1 Participants Only
Driving Range
10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Emerald Ballroom III      Networking Break with Exhibitors

                          Sponsored in part by: Yankee Driving School

Concurrent Session        Track 1 – Education and Training
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   Higher Education Division
Emerald Ballroom I        Presiding: Robin Bordner, MI, Higher Education Division Chair
                            Differentiating Instruction in the Driver Education Classroom and Behind-The-
                              Wheel
                              Bradley Countermine, Ph.D., Beekmantown High School/New York State Driver &
                              Traffic Safety Education Association
                            Using the Xbox Platform to Continue Driver Education
                              Van Burns, Virtual Driver Interactive, Vice President of Sales
                            Higher Education Division Meeting
                              Robin Bordner, MI, Higher Education Division Chair

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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Tuesday, July 23, 2019                                    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-23-2019
      Time & Location                                       Event Information
Concurrent Session        Track 2 – Administration and Research
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   Research Division
Emerald Ballroom II       Presiding: Harold Fleming, NC, Research Division Chair
                            Driving with Autism and ADHD
                              Meghan Carey & Dr. Allison Curry, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
                            Impact Biomechanics: A Cornerstone of Injury Mitigation and Automotive
                              Safety
                              Dr. Warren Hardy, Director, Virginia Tech Center for Injury Biomechanics
                            Research Division Meeting
                              Harold Fleming, NC, Research Division Chair
Concurrent Activities     BTW Teaching and Learning Theories Practice
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   For Workshop #1 Participants Only
Driving Range
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
                          Lunch with Exhibitors
Emerald Ballroom III
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.    Luncheon: State and Regional Association Presidents and State Administrators
Petit Dejeuner Terrace    Roundtable

                          Pre-registration Required - Sign Up at ADTSEA Registration
Concurrent Session        Track 1 – Education and Training
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     Secondary Division
Emerald Ballroom I        Presiding: Allyn Workman, MO, Secondary Division Chair
                            THC - Not Your Grandfather’s Drug
                              John Palmer, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, St. Cloud University
                            The Drugged Driving Epidemic
                              Darren Tessitore, Foundation for a Drug-Free World
                            Secondary Division Meeting
                              Allyn Workman, MO, Secondary Division Chair
Concurrent Session        Track 2 – Administration and Research
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     Administration and Supervision Division
Emerald Ballroom II       Presiding: William Warner, OR, Supervision and Administration Division Chair
                            Parent/Guardian Seminars – Research and Program Development by the
                              University of North Carolina (UNC) Highway Safety Research Center
                             Arthur Goodwin, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
                            Utah’s Zero Fatalities – Parent/Guardian Seminars
                             Troy Nordick, Utah Department of Education
                            Passport to Safe Driving – Parent/Guardian Resources
                              Michelle Anderson, National Road Safety Foundation
                            Administration and Supervision Division Meeting
                              William Warner, OR, Supervision and Administration Division Chair
Concurrent Activities     BTW Teaching and Learning Theories Practice
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     For Workshop #1 Participants Only
Driving Range
3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
                          Networking Break with Exhibitors
Emerald Ballroom III

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Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow - 63rd Annual ADTSEA Conference Burlington, Vermont July 21 - 24, 2019
Tuesday, July 23, 2019                                  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-23-2019
      Time & Location                                     Event Information
Meetings                Regional Meetings
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.   Presiding: ADTSEA Board of Directors
                        All are encouraged to attend

                                  Region                         Location                  Presiding
                        North East Region            Emerald Ballroom I           Gabriella Netsch, VT
                        South East Region            Emerald Ballroom II          Greg Mangan, TN
                        North Central Region         Willsboro                    Robin Bordner, MI
                        South Central Region         Shelburne                    Kevin Makal, TX
                        North West Region            Kingsland                    Gary Roylance, UT
                        South West Region            Valcour                      Waynette Mitchell, HI

Dinner Outing           Host Outing: Dinner Cruise - Experience breathtaking views of the city, the Green
Buses Load 4:45         Mountains of Vermont, and the New York Adirondacks aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen.

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Wednesday, July 24, 2019                                     https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-24-2019
     Time & Location                                          Event Information
7:15 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.     Board of Directors’ Meeting
Valcour                   Presiding: Mark Lee, MN, ADTSEA President
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
                          Breakfast on Your Own

General Session IV        General Session IV – Education and Training
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.    Presiding: Allyn Workman, MO, Secondary Division Chair
Emerald Ballroom I & II     Improving Student Social Skills in the Driver Education Experience
                              Richard Kearney, VT, Woodstock Union High School
                            Risk Taking in Adolescents: Brain Development and Risk Perception
                              William Van Tassel, Ph.D., FL, AAA National and ADTSEA President-Elect
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
                          Exhibits Open
Emerald Ballroom III
10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.   Networking Break with Exhibitors
Emerald Ballroom III      Announce the Passport Winner
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.   Corporate Member and Exhibitor Roundtable
Emerald Ballroom III      Presiding: Maria Herbert, Drivers Ed Solutions, Inc., Corporate Representative to the
                            ADTSEA Executive Committee
General Session V         General Session V – Bishop Forum
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.   Presiding: William Van Tassel, Ph.D., FL, AAA National and ADTSEA President-Elect
Emerald Ballroom I & II     What Exactly are Automated Driver Systems (ADS) and Advanced Driver
                              Assistance Systems (ADAS)?
                              Terence J. McDonnell, Staff Sergeant, New York State Police, Traffic Services Section
                              and AAMVA’s Autonomous Vehicles Working Group
11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
                          Exhibitor Breakdown
Emerald Ballroom III
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.    Lunch on Your Own
General Session VI        General Session VI: Training Today for a Safer Tomorrow – How to Prepare for a
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.     World of Vehicle Technology with ADS and ADAS – Panel Discussion
Emerald Ballroom I & II   Moderator: Troy E. Costales, Administrator, Transportation & Employee Safety Division,
                          Oregon Department of Transportation
                            Opportunities for Driver Training and National Standards
                             Brett Robinson, Secretariat, ANSTSE and Executive Director, ADTSEA
                            AAMVA’s Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Administrators and Law Enforcement
                             April Sanborn, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA’s Autonomous
                             Vehicles Working Group
                            Challenges for Law Enforcement
                             Terence J. McDonnell, Staff Sergeant, New York State Police, Traffic Services Section
                             and AAMVA’s Autonomous Vehicles Working Group
                            AAMVA’s Driver Testing Guidelines
                             Jeffrey Oberdank, Administrator, Driver Licensing Bureau, New Hampshire
                             Department of Motor Vehicles and AAMVA’s Test Maintenance Subcommittee

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Wednesday, July 24, 2019                                   https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7-24-2019
     Time & Location                                        Event Information
Business Meeting          Annual Business Meeting
3:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.     Presiding: Mark Lee (MN), ADTSEA President
Emerald Ballroom I & II     Division Reports
                            ADTSEA Constitution and Bylaws Revisions
                            Update of the ADTSEA Strategic Plan
                            ADTSEA’s Strategic Partnership with AAA
                            Induction of Board of Directors and Division Chairs: Chuck Lehning, NC, ADTSEA
                              Past President 2009
                          Separate Business Meeting agenda provided at the meeting. All are encouraged to attend.
Dinner                    ADTSEA Closing Ceremonies, Installation of Officers and
5:30 p.m.                 Banquet
Emerald Ballroom III      Banquet Ticket Required
                          Master of Ceremonies and Induction Facilitator:
                          Chuck Lehning, NC, ADTSEA Past President 2009

                              Induction of Officers
                              Induction of Executive Committee
                              Presentation of Kaywood Award, Sponsored by AAA
                              Invocation: Rabbi Amy Small, Ohavi Zedek Synagogue
                              Dinner Service
                              2020 ADTSEA Conference – Wichita, Kansas

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Thank You to Our 2019 Exhibitors

AAA National Office                                                Cornhusker Driving School - Seat Belt
                                                                   Persuader
William Van Tassel, PhD
wvantassel@national.aaa.com                                        Anna Venditte
407-444-7827                                                       annacornhuskerdriving@gmail.com
Michael Keesee                                                     http://www.cornhuskerdriving.com/
mkeesee@national.aaa.com                                           402-341-4555
407-444-7423
http://partner.aaa.biz/portal/site/trafficsafety                   A lesson on seat belt safety that students can
                                                                   safely experience.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) is a
federation of motor clubs throughout North America.                Nebraska’s largest driving school is making an effort
We are a non-profit member service organization; with              to provide seat belt education across the nation. The
over 59 million members in the United States and                   Seat Belt Persuader, invented by Dr. Pat Venditte, is
Canada. AAA provides many different services to its                designed to provide students a hands-on experience
members, specializing in the training and promotion of             that they can remember for years.
driver safety through various classroom and online
programs. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety                    The newly modified Persuader provides the student
division of AAA, conducts research to study the                    with a rollover experience as well as an opportunity to
impacts on important topics such as; cognitive                     provide education on escaping an overturned vehicle.
distraction and the effects of alcohol and marijuana on
driving impairment. For more information, contact                  Stop by our booth for a demonstration to see if this
Michael Keesee, Marketing Manager for Driver                       can make an impact in your students’ lives.
Training Programs - mkeesee@national.aaa.com

ADED, Inc.                                                         Drivers Ed Solutions

Elizabeth Green                                                    Maria Herbert
elizabeth.green@driver-ed.org                                      mariah@driversedsolutions.com
info@driver-ed.org                                                 www.driversedsolutions.com
http://www.driver-ed.org                                           715-832-3670
866-672-9466
                                                                   Software exclusively for driver’s education
The Association for Driver Rehabilitation                          businesses.
Specialists (ADED), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, promotes
safe and independent community mobility. ADED’s                    Imagine how much simpler your life would be if you
professional members assist drivers with disabilities              didn't have to… schedule/cancel/reschedule drive
and the aging. ADED has created a Best Practice                    times, send reminders, take payments, send
Guidelines for the Provision of Driver Rehabilitation              cancellation notices, and provide instructors with their
Services publication and is the only organization to               schedules. Turn your website into a virtual
offer the Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist               receptionist. Students will love selecting their own
(CDRS) certification. ADED offers its members                      drive times. Parents will love being able to access
continuing education, networking, mentoring and a                  their child's account information. Instructors will love
quarterly newsletter. Non-members and those                        managing their schedules from anywhere. And you?
interested in working in the field of driver rehabilitation        Because you've eliminated the busy work, you'll love
are welcome to attend ADED courses, workshops and                  spending more time on the important things in your
annual conference. Contact us at: info@aded.net or                 life.
866-672-9466. www.aded.net.

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Thank You to Our 2019 Exhibitors

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration                      KarChing offers the following teaching tools for drivers
(FMCSA)                                                          ed teachers:
                                                                   1. Electronic driving- log for hours required for
Kirsten Radewagen                                                      certification.
Kirsten.Radewagen@dot.gov                                          2. Telematics scoring system for per trip grading
Shashunga Clayton                                                      and progress evaluation.
shashunga.clayton@dot.gov                                          3. “Self-Evaluation” tool to gauge itemized per skill
www.fmcsa.dot.gov                                                      assessment and progress.
202-366-2953
                                                                 Register here for news, updates, and Beta testing:
As the lead federal government agency responsible                www.karching.com/conference
for regulating and providing safety oversight of
commercial motor vehicles (CMVs), FMCSA's mission                Moneo Drive
is to reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities involving
large trucks and buses on our nation’s highways.                 David Clyde
                                                                 david@moneodrive.com
Foundation for a Drug-Free World                                 Abby Clyde
                                                                 abigail.clyde@gmail.com
Darren Tessitore                                                 www.moneodrive.com
darrent@drugfreeworld.org                                        435-237-7609
www.drugfreeworld.org
888-668-6378                                                     Moneo Drive is revolutionizing driver’s education by
                                                                 empowering educators, improving student’s
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a                        participation, and increasing parent’s involvement
nonprofit public benefit corporation that empowers               through innovative mobile and online apps.
youth and adults with factual information about drugs
so they can make informed decisions and live drug-               Instructors can streamline daily processes like:
free.                                                            student registration, scheduling, record keeping, and
                                                                 keeping parents informed of their student’s progress.
No one, especially a young person, likes to be                   Instructors can even access real-time stats on
lectured about what he or she can or cannot do. Thus,            student’s supervised drives with their parent.
we provide the facts that empower youth to choose
not to take drugs in the first place. Additionally, our          Parents and students can use the free app for simple
Truth About Drugs campaign consists of activities that           recording of their supervised drives. It automatically
they can join which popularize drug-free living. These           records each individual drive’s duration, location, and
activities are simple, effective and can involve people          the skills practiced. It also tracks total time driven and
of all ages. The best part is that our program is 100%           suggests skills that should be focused on.
free for all ADTSEA members!
                                                                 The National Road Safety Foundation
KarChing, Inc.
                                                                 Michelle Anderson
Ramsey Gouda-(CEO) Chief Evolutionary Officer                    info@nrsf.org
Ramsey@karching.com                                              212-837-4854
312-493-4998
Scott Goodrich- Chief Business Development Officer               The National Road Safety Foundation, Inc. (NRSF)
Scott@karching.com                                               is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to
312-343-2573                                                     reducing deaths and injuries on our nation’s roads by
                                                                 promoting safe driving awareness and lifelong
Karching is a unique Safe-Driving incentive app                  education. NRSF produces FREE traffic safety
focused upon Driver Educators, Parents, and Driving              programs on distracted driving, drowsy driving, speed,
Students, with state certification applicability.                impairment and a host of other safe driving issues.
                                                                 NRSF also sponsors contests to engage teens in
KarChing is a mobile app (IOS & Android) built around            promoting safe driving to their peers and their
current insurance-based telematics platforms which               communities. For more information or to download
collect custom, user-based, real-time driving data/              free programs, visit www.nrsf.org or
patterns/ habits for driving schools which will result in        www.teenlane.org.
safer driving conditions for all on the roads.

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Thank You to Our 2019 Exhibitors

Paradigm Driving Solutions                                       The Vermont Highway Safety Alliance

Andrew Crites                                                    Evelyn McFarlane, Safety Plan Coordinator
acrites@thelogicalshift.com                                      evelyn.mcfarlane@vermont.gov
William Mary                                                     802-595-4661
willtmary@gmail.com
Tim Beckham                                                      The Vermont Highway Safety Alliance is a network
tim.beckham@odecdriving.com                                      of like-minded private and public organizations
503-581-3783                                                     working together to collect, share and use data to
                                                                 develop highway safety strategies integrating: road
Paradigm Driving Solutions (PDS) exists to provide               engineering and infrastructure; law enforcement and
driver training schools and instructors with the cutting-        emergency medical services; and education and
edge technology, supplies, training, and resources to            outreach. https://vermonthighwaysafety.org/
ensure their success. By linking driver training
professionals with emerging systems, we are able to
combine resources to reach maximum efficiency.                   Virtual Driver Interactive
Members of the PDS network will be offered additional
business opportunities, and support for increased                Van Burns, VP of Sales
profitability.                                                   vburns@driverinteractive.com
                                                                 877-746-8332
For the driver training instructors, we provide training
as well as the resources for continuing education and            Virtual Driver Interactive (VDI) is well known in the
certification. Driver training schools can come to us to         simulation industry for its vision of innovative
have their instructors assessed cognitively, behind-             simulation-based training. From training experienced
the-wheel, and for pre-employment screening. PDS                 corporate fleets to new teen drivers, VDI delivers
also offers quality driver education supplies including          effective training. VDI offers highly portable,
emergency kits, mirrors, cameras and signs.                      affordable and effective solutions. Titles include
                                                                 Virtual HD® (Virtual Hazard Detection), designed
                                                                 specifically for corporate fleets; One Simple
U-Haul International, Inc.                                       Decision®, a deterrent to distracted or impaired
                                                                 driving; Virtual DE™ (Virtual Driving Essentials), a
Tom Prefling                                                     driver training and assessment program teaching
tom_prefling@uhaul.com                                           critical skills; and Boating Skills VT™ (Boating Skills
Jim Fait                                                         Virtual Trainer), industry’s leading simulation-based
james_fait@uhaul.com                                             boating safety program. VDI is a privately-held
www.uhaul.com                                                    company headquartered in El Dorado Hills, California.
480-568-0389                                                     For more information about VDI’s innovative
                                                                 interactive simulation driver training solutions, please
As a leading industry authority in North America,                visit www.driverinteractive.com.
U-Haul and its team of experts have developed an
interactive “Safe Trailering” program to help educate
government, education, and industry groups. U-Haul
provides these materials and experiences as a public
service, free of charge. ADTSEA incorporated much
of the “Safe Trailering” program content into Unit 13 of
its 3.0 Curriculum. U-Haul is a proud corporate
member of ADTSEA and a sponsor of NSSP.

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Richard Kaywood Memorial Award

Beginning in 1985, and each year thereafter at the annual ADTSEA conference, an award is presented to an
individual for outstanding contributions to traffic safety in memory of Dr. Richard Kaywood, who served the
Association and traffic safety education for many years. This award is sponsored cooperatively with AAA Traffic
Safety.

Dick had a long and productive career, beginning with his work in safety education as an assistant professor of health
and physical education at the University of California at Santa Barbara. In 1955, he became the multi-school
chairman of driver education in the Anaheim Union High School District. In 1965, he became an associate professor
of driver and traffic safety education at California State University at Long Beach. He went on to become a full
professor and coordinator of safety and driver education. During his last three years, he also served as interim
chairperson of the health science department.

Throughout his life, Dick was a tireless worker and strong advocate for quality driver and traffic safety education
programs. Dick Kaywood’s life exemplifies the spirit of the words inscribed on the Richard Kaywood Award
medallion: Outstanding Contribution – Driver and Traffic Safety Education.

                                        Kaywood Award Recipients

  William Cushman               1985                         Dr. Maurice Dennis            2003
  Dr. Norman Key                1986                         Dr. Terry Kline               2004
  Amos Neyhart                  1987                         John Harvey                   2005
  Dr. Robert Marshall           1988                         Owen Crabb                    2006
  Dr. Richard Bishop            1989                         Dr. Allen Robinson            2007
  Warren Hastings               1990                         Margaret “Micky” Johnson      2008
  Dr. Frank Kenel               1991                         Barbara Brody                 2009
  Dr. James Aaron               1992                         Dr. Dale Ritzel               2010
  Art Opfer                     1993                         Janice Meeker                 2011
  Carl Wenzinger                1994                         Randall Thiel                 2012
  “Doc” Whitworth               1995                         Carol Hardin                  2013
  Joe Intorre                   1996                         Lindsay Townsend              2014
  Warren Quensel                1997                         Gary Guzouskas                2015
  Dr. John Palmer               1998                         Chuck Lehning                 2016
  Dr. Gary Bloomfield           1999                         Frank Gruber                  2017
  George E. “Dick” Tyson        2000                         Connie Sessoms, Jr.           2018
  Dr. Bob Gustafson             2001                         Richard Hanson                2019
  Fred Mottola                  2002

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ADTSEA Teacher Excellence Award

In Honor of Dr. Francis Kenel
The American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association’s (ADTSEA) Teacher Excellence Award (TEA)
sponsored by The National Road Safety Foundation (NRSF), honors outstanding driver and traffic safety educators.

Dr. Kenel worked as an Industrial Engineer in Traffic Safety and was the National Director of the American Automobile
Association for Highway and Traffic Safety. He was a member of the American Driver and Traffic Safety Education
Association and taught at the University of Maryland at College Park, Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois and
Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI. He also worked with the Illinois High School and College Driver
Education Association. He was a Consultant for Brazil and Portugal, engineering their road systems and traveled all
over the United States as a Police Pursuit Instructor.

Dr. Francis Kenel was a mentor to many driver education teachers. He authored materials on teacher training and
beginning driver education. Dr. Kenel was a constant resource to the ADTSEA staff, officers and members.

                               ADTSEA Teacher Excellence Award Recipients

 Robin A. Bordner, MI            1999   Larry Fosness, MN               2009   John F. Viau, VT                2014
 Duane L. “Dewey” Mettler, MN    2000   John Lynch, VT                  2009   Rod Hull, NH                    2015
 Chuck Filippini, WA             2001   Charles Mason, NC               2009   Greg Mangan, TN                 2015
 Lindsay Townsend, VT            2002   Stan Henderson, IN              2010   Carlos Stalcup, NC              2015
 Debbie Cottonware, WA           2003   William Powell, NC              2010   Becky Hardy, ND                 2016
 John Knippel, CA                2004   Gay Ching, HI                   2010   Yusuf Quidwai, WA               2016
 Harold Lair, MT                 2005   Gerald Dickinson, TX            2010   Judy Weber-Jones, IL            2016
 Richard Hanson, OR              2006   Kevin Kirby, WI                 2010   Cynthia Bagley, HI              2017
 Mark Lee, MN                    2006   Fred Schreiber, MN              2010   Jonathon Dondoneau, ND          2017
 Greg Brown, MI                  2007   Michael Shepherd, WA            2010   Larry Fairclo, OR               2017
 John Duffy, VA                  2007   Charles Worrell, VT             2010   Allyn Workman, MO               2017
 William Mayville, VT            2007   Barbara Brody, VT               2011   Kel Hirohata, HI                2018
 Joseph Christensen, MN          2007   Bobby Duque, HI                 2011   Andrew Unsuth, MN               2018
 Joe Barch, VT                   2008   Gerald Apple, WA                2012   Susan Carney Lammerding, MT     2018
 David Barnum, MN                2008   Kevin Masse, VT                 2012   Dale Ludwig, ND                 2018
 Donn Davidson, MI               2008   Richard Salboro, HI             2012   Richard Ritter, VT              2018
 Gary Davis, NC                  2008   Rachel Wilson, MI               2012   Darin Bardal, ND                2019
 Romona Cook, TX                 2008   Mark Hamilton, VT               2013   Stanley A. Blicharz, VT         2019
 Warren Hisashi Miyasaki, HI     2008   Christine Bergan, WI            2013   Robert Droege, MO               2019
 William “Bill” Warner, OR       2008   Carol Hoorman, MO               2014   Michael Ray Jones, Sr., NC      2019
 Sammy Lee, HI                   2009   Beatrice Kehr, MN               2014   Raymond F. Kroll, MN            2019

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Year        Past Presidents                      Conference Location
1957        Robert Marshall, MO                     Philadelphia, PA
1957-1958   Robert Marshall, MO                     Boulder, CO
1958-1959   Joseph V. Intorre, PA *                 Lansing, MI
1959-1960   Lawton K. Smith, MI *                   San Jose, CA
1960-1961   Joseph W. Nelson, OR                    Miami, FL
1961-1962   Donald L. Healy, KS                     Lawrence, KS
1962-1963   John S. Urlaub, CA                      Charleston, WV
1963-1964   H. Edward Williamson, FL                Seattle, WA
1964-1965   Lonnie Gilliland, OK *                  Grossinger, NY
1965-1966   Truman S. Smith, MN                     Madison, WI
1966-1967   Melvin T. Schroeder, CA *               Springfield, MO
1967-1968   Richard D. Ellis, NY                    Pocatello, ID
1968-1969   James E. Aaron, IL *                    Ypsillanti, MI
1969-1970   Clifford Boyce, WA *                    Atlanta, GA
1970-1971   Henry A. Vaughn, OK *
            Philip J. O’Leary, MI *                 Springfield, IL
1971-1972   Philip J. O’Leary, MI *                 Fort Worth, TX
1972-1973   Cissie E. Gieda, MD *                   San Diego, CA
1973-1974   J. B. Angelo Crowe, GA                  Denver, CO
1974-1975   Robert A. Ulrich, MO                    Warrensburg, MO
1975-1976   Neal H. Rathjen, WI                     Miami, FL
1976-1977   Donn W. Maryott, NY                     Milwaukee, WI
1977-1978   Allan E. Cafferty, ID *                 Seattle, WA
1978-1979   Jay M. Smith, AZ *                      Charlotte, NC
1979-1980   Donald L. Smith, MI                     Columbus, OH
1980-1981   Charles L. McDaniel, NC *               Albuquerque, NM
1981-1982   David C. Lawson, OR                     Baltimore, MD
1982-1983   I. Russell Hutter, WI                   El Paso, TX
1983-1984   Maurice Dennis, TX                      Chicago, IL
1984-1985   Owen L. Crabb, MD                       Norfolk, VA
1985-1986   Willis Valett, WI *                     St. Paul, MN
1986-1987   Gary J. Bloomfield, WA                  Spokane, WA
1987-1988   Billy G. Johnson, VA                    Boston, MA
1988-1989   Robert L. Freeman, MO                   Las Vegas, NV
1989-1990   Dennis Caughney, MN                     Portland, OR
1990-1991   John Harvey, WA *                       San Antonio, TX
1991-1992   Gene Wilkins, TX                        Atlanta, GA
1992-1993   John Palmer, MN                         Novi, MI
1993-1994   Percy Benedict, OR *                    Burlington, VT
1994-1995   Barbara Brody, VT                       Huntsville, AL
1995-1996   Bob Sundermeier, CO                     Grand Junction, CO
1996-1997   C. E. Welch, IL *                       St. Cloud, MN
1997-1998   Gerry Apple, WA                         Springfield, IL
1998-1999   Jim Lewis, CA                           San Diego, CA
1999-2000   Gary Guzouskas, NH                      Billings, MT
2000-2001   Marty Rossini, MN                       Nashua, NH
2001-2002   Patricia Houston, OR                    Overland Park, KS
2002-2003   Kal Kelliher, GA                        Charlotte, NC
2003-2004   Randy Thiel, WI                         Portland, OR
2004-2005   Elizabeth Weaver Shepard, ID            Honolulu, HI
2005-2006   Jim Gibb, MO *                          Kalamazoo, MI
2006-2007   Carol Hardin, VA                        Burlington, VT
2007-2008   Gary Scott, KS                          Fort Worth, TX
2008-2009   Roger Voigt, IL                         Charlotte, NC
2009-2010   Chuck Lehning, NC                       St. Louis, MO
2010-2011   Fred Nagao, HI                          Honolulu, HI
2011-2012   Kevin Kirby, WI                         Appleton, WI
2012-2013   Connie Sessoms, Jr., NC                 Portland, ME
2013-2014   Connie Sessoms, Jr., NC                 Wichita, KS
2014-2015   Cathy Broderick, VT                     Raleigh, NC
2015-2016   Jan Meeker, HI                          Portland, OR
2016-2017   Reginald Flythe, NC                     Sacramento, CA
2017-2018   Wendy Bills, UT                         Rosemont, IL
2018-2019   Mark Lee, MN                            Burlington, VT
             *Denotes deceased Past Presidents

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ADTSEA Executive Committee
Mark Lee, MN           President                                   William Van Tassel, FL          President-Elect
Wendy Bills, UT        Past President                              Gary Scott, KS                  Secretary Treasurer
Greg Mangan, TN        Board Representative                        Jan Meeker                      NSSP Liaison
Maria Herbert, WI      Corporate Representative                    David Reich, NY                 Corporate Representative

                                    ADTSEA Board of Directors
North East                                                             South Central
Gabriella Netsch, VT               2019                                Kevin Makal, TX                         2019
Nancy Andrus, VT                   2020                                Allyn Workman, MO                       2020

South East                                                             North West
Greg Mangan, TN                    2019                                Gary Roylance, UT                       2019
Harold Fleming, NC                 2020                                Bill Warner, OR                         2020

North Central                                                          South West
Robin Bordner, MI                  2019                                Genny Claxton, CA                       2019
Jennifer Sletten, MN               2020                                Waynette Mitchell, HI                   2020

                              ADTSEA Division Chairpersons
Administration           William Warner, OR                            Research              Harold Fleming, NC
Bishop Forum             William Van Tassel, Ph.D., FL                 Secondary             Allyn Workman, MO
Higher Education         Robin Bordner, MI                             Program Chair         Wendy Bills, UT

                                   Affiliated State Associations

California              Maryland                 New York                  South Dakota             West Virginia
Idaho                   Michigan                 North Carolina            Utah                     Wisconsin
Illinois                Minnesota                North Dakota              Vermont
Iowa                    Missouri                 Oregon                    Virginia
Kansas                  Montana                  South Carolina            Washington

                                    ADTSEA Institutional Members

AAA Ohio Automobile Club                  Century Driving School of Holland           Championship Driving School
Cornhusker Driving School                 Drive4Life Academy                          Driving Academy of NW Arkansas
DrivingMBA                                Fast Track Driving Academy                  Freedom Driving School
Johnson County Community College Jordan Driving School                                Missouri Safety Center
Nebraska Safety Center                    Newport County Driving School               N. Michigan Driving School, LLC
Overbeke School of Driving                St. Cloud State University                  Thompson Driving
Topeka Driving School                     National Safety Council Nebraska            Why Drive with Ed

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A Special Thanks to Our 2019 ADTSEA Conference Sponsors

        Thank You ADTSEA Corporate Members:
ADTSEA Corporate Partner               ADTSEA Corporate Colleague

                ADTSEA Corporate Friends

                ADTSEA Conference 2020
              Wichita, KS – July 19 - 22, 2020

              DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wichita Airport
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