Aviation Mechanic Instructor’s Handbook
by David Jones
9 chapters | Photos & illustrations | References & index
Order #: T-AVMEIN-0101
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New instructors quickly discover that being able to teach something is not the same as being able to do that thing. They need additional skills and knowledge to bridge the gap between experienced performer and effective instructor. In this book, Aviation Mechanic Instructor’s Handbook, David Jones provides scenarios and references specific to mechanic schools and instructors. These build on the foundation of the FAA’s Aviation Instructor’s Handbook, which presents accepted educational theories but is flight-training centric. Mr. Jones also added recent information on distance learning and how it can be developed and used for maintenance instruction.
- Human Behavior
- The Learning Process
- Effective Communication
- The Teaching Process
- Planned Instructional Activity
- Instructor Responsibilities and Professionalism
- Systems and Strategies
- Teaching in an Online World
- References for More Information
- Developing Test Banks