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The teaching process organizes the material an instructor wishes to teach in such a way that the learner understands what is being taught. An effective instructor uses a combination of teaching methods as well as instructional aids to achieve this goal.
By being well prepared, an effective instructor presents and applies lesson material, and also periodically assesses how well the learner is learning. An effective instructor never stops learning. He or she maintains currency in the subject matter being taught, as well as how to teach it by reading professional journals and other aviation publications, many of which can be viewed or purchased via the Internet, another source of valuable aviation information for professional instructors.
- Introduction to The Teaching Process
- What Is Teaching?
- Instructor’s Code of Conduct
- Course of Training
- Preparation of a Lesson (Part One)
- Preparation of a Lesson (Part Two)
- Organization of Material
- Training Delivery Methods (Part One)
- Training Delivery Methods (Part Two)
- Training Delivery Methods (Part Three)
- Training Delivery Methods (Part Four)
- Problem-Based Learning
- Electronic Learning (E-Learning)
- Cooperative or Group Learning Method
- Demonstration-Performance Method
- Drill and Practice Method
- Application and Assessment of the Lesson
- Instructional Aids and Training Technologies (Part One)
- Instructional Aids and Training Technologies (Part Two)
- Instructional Aids and Training Technologies (Part Three)
- Test Preparation Material and Future Developments
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