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Aviation Instructor S Handbook

Author: Federal Aviation Administration
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602397775
Size: 37.15 MB
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The Aviation Instructor’s Handbook is a world-class educational reference tool developed and designed for ground instructors, flight instructors, and aviation maintenance instructors. This information-packed handbook provides the foundation for beginning instructors to understand and apply the fundamentals of instructing. It also provides aviation instructors with detailed, up-to-date information on learning and teaching, and how to relate this information to the task of conveying aeronautical knowledge and skills to students. Experienced aviation instructors will also find the new and updated information useful for improving their effectiveness in training activities. No aviation instructor’s library is complete without the up-to-date Aviation Instructor’s Handbook.

Telling Is Not Teaching

Author: Mike Thompson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781546775089
Size: 12.79 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Certified flight instructors are rarely educators. Many see instruction as a stepping-stone to the next level of their flight careers and assume that merely telling is the equivalent of teaching. This mistake is detrimental to both students and the aviation industry. Telling a student something has no bearing on actual learning. True teaching requires a much deeper level of communication. Veteran flight instructor and educator Mike Thompson applies principles of educational psychology to the FAA-H-8083-9A Aviation Instructor's Handbook. Using simple, down-to-earth language, Thompson examines how to enable genuine teaching by developing the student-instructor relationship. Teaching is a human endeavor requiring an investment from student and instructor alike. Initially, it takes time to build a relationship with students, but once it's established, rates of engagement and retention increase. True learning is then achieved. Despite advances in educational technology, the human brain continues to learn as it always has. Thompson applies his knowledge of how people really learn and how to build effective student-teacher relationships to provide flight instructors with skills they can use to encourage deep and advanced learning. While primarily aimed at the aviation industry, Thompson's no-nonsense discussion of teaching and educational psychology is applicable in any instructional arena.

Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook

Author: Federal Aviation Administration
Publisher: Aviation Supplies & Academics
ISBN: 9781619540255
Size: 36.76 MB
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The Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbooks Series is specifically tailored to provide the information necessary to prepare an applicant for FAA mechanic certification with airframe and/or powerplant ("A & P") ratings. This volume of the series emphasizes theory and methods of practical application while giving the aspiring aviation maintenance technician the foundational knowledge required for A & P certification, such as mathematics, physics, and aerodynamics.

Thinking Through Crisis

Author: Amy L. Fraher
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139498495
Size: 14.40 MB
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Bridging the gap between theory and practice, this strikingly original analysis of the complex dynamics of high-risk fields demonstrates that teamwork is more important than technical prowess in averting disasters. Thinking Through Crisis narrates critical incidents from initiation to resolution in five elegantly constructed case studies: the USS Greeneville collision, the Hillsborough football crush, the American Airlines flight 587 in-flight break-up, the Bristol Royal Infirmary pediatric fatalities and the US Airways flight 1549 Hudson River landing. Drawing on a variety of theoretical and real-world perspectives, this vivid, well-documented book provides innovative ways to understand risk management, develop new models of crisis decision making, enhance socially responsible leadership and encourage deep questioning of the behavior of individuals and groups in complex systems. Its insights will resonate with professionals in a wide range of fields and with a general audience interested in understanding crises in complex systems.