INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN FOR EVALUATING AUDIO/VIDEO SUPPORT TO UNDERGRADUATE PILOT TRAINING.
Technical rept. 15 Sep 67-1 Aug 68,
AMERICAN INSTITUTES FOR RESEARCH PITTSBURGH PA
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This report presents a detailed description of the methods by which airborne video recording will be utilized in the training of Air Force pilots, and presents plans for an assessment of its effectiveness. Audiovideo equipment configurations and limitations are discussed as they apply to training operations in the T-37 and T-38 aircraft, and training methodology is described which has been formulated to permit the integration of video recording and teaching techniques into the Air Force undergraduate pilot training program. Plans for an eight-month experimental evaluation of the effects of these techniques are detailed, including schedules, operating practices, student selection procedures, instructor training plans, data gathering processes and materials, and analysis guidelines. Author
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