Accession Number : ADA096810
Title : On the Difference between Procedure and Technique in Pilot Instruction.
Descriptive Note : Interim rept.,
Corporate Author : ARIZONA STATE UNIV TEMPE INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES LAB
Personal Author(s) : Reiser,Robert ; Brecke,Fritz ; Gerlach,Vernon
Report Date : NOV 1972
Pagination or Media Count : 6
Abstract : In pilot training there are two basic, complementary methods via which knowledge is transmitted to the student pilot. Procedure tells the student what to do and technique tells how to do it. This technical note asserts that the essential difference between learning procedure and technique is that procedures are well defined and clearly presented in a standardized format whereas techniques are more dependent on individual interpretation. (Author)
Descriptors : *FLIGHT TRAINING, *PILOTS, *TEACHING METHODS, *INSTRUCTIONS, STUDENTS, PERFORMANCE(HUMAN), HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING, AIR FORCE TRAINING, STANDARDS, INSTRUCTORS, FLIGHT MANEUVERS, CONDITIONING(LEARNING).
Subject Categories : Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE