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AVP 448 - Fundamentals of Flight Instruction


Description:
A two-part course consisting of fundamentals of instruction and flight instructor airplane subjects. Details the role of the airplane flight instructor, including privileges and responsibilities, teaching aeronautical decision making, flight safety, and professionalism. Department permission.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: AVP 354 and AVP 304.

Credits: (5)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Upon successful completion of AVP448 Fundamentals of Flight Instruction   Each student will be able to:

 

 

Each Student will:

 

1.  Demonstrate the necessary skills to teach primary and advanced students in aerodynamics, basic air work, stall/spin awareness, low altitude air work, cross country flying, night flying, systems and equipment malfunctions, complex aircraft operation and systems, and advanced maneuvers.

 

Answer assigned questions from Flight Instructor Manual by Jeppesen Sanderson and the Flight/Ground Instructor FAA Airman Knowledge Study Guide (AKSG).  In addition, each student will develop a lesson plan portfolio based on the FAA PTS criteria.  Each student will also observe/participate in a minimum of one ground session with a CFI during an actual student lesson.

2.  Demonstrate the ability to give student endorsements in all phases of flight to include private and commercial pilot, biennial review flights, written and practical FAA tests, and have a thorough knowledge of FAR’s.

 

Answer assigned questions from Flight Instructor Manual by Jeppesen Sanderson and the Flight/Ground Instructor FAA Written Exam Guide.  In addition, the student will answer questions during quizzes and through class interaction.

3.  Demonstrate the necessary organizational and communications skills to teach student pilots in various phases of training to include private and commercial maneuvers.

 

Lead four (4) instructional presentations (including lecture, small group discussion, and one-on-one instruction) that are graded and critiqued by the student peers and instructor. 

4.  Objectively evaluate their peers on each of the formal presentations and to accurately demonstrate the knowledge necessary to correctly analyze the specific aeronautical subjects.

 

Students will collaborate to create an assessment form which each student will then use to evaluate at least four (4) instructional presentations of their fellow students.

 

5.  To correctly analyze a student’s deficient areas in aeronautical knowledge and to promptly and effectively teach the student the proper procedure to correct the deficient area.

 

Lead four (4) instructional presentations (including lecture, small group discussion, and one-on-one instruction) that are graded and critiqued by the student peers and instructor.  

 

 

Cumulative and Final Assessments

The student will:

Correctly answer at least 80% of the questions on all of the required exams, including the FAA FOI and FIA exams.





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