ERIC Number: ED216873
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: 0
The Aviology Concept Program. Resource Monograph #21. Revised.
Becht, Paul A.; Gadsden, Thomas, Jr.
This program, consisting of 10 instructional modules (or units), evolved from "Aviology", a course created in 1971 in response to needs expressed by Florida students and teachers for a course that would present the important concepts of physics. Each of the 10 modules has three sections: (1) purpose; (2) instructional approach; and (3) summary of activities, an annotated, sequential list of all activities included in the module. Module titles include: (1) Man's Preoccupation with Flight; (2) Getting From One Place to Another; (3) Building A Plane; (4) The Science of Moving Purposefully Through the Air; (5) Anatomy of Weather; (6) Physical Effects of Flight on People; (7) Contemporary Aviation; (8) Effects of Aviation on Society; (9) Careers with Aviation; (10) Environmental Ramifications of Aviation. Although these modules, using an interdisciplinary approach, may be taught in sequence for a year-long aviation course, one or more may be selected and used as part of a general science, social science, or career guidance program. (JN)
Descriptors: Aerospace Education, Aviation Technology, Course Descriptions, Interdisciplinary Approach, Physical Sciences, Program Descriptions, Science Activities, Science Curriculum, Science Education, Science Instruction, Science Programs, Secondary Education, Secondary School Science, Units of Study
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Florida Univ., Gainesville. P. K. Yonge Lab. School.
Identifiers: Aviation Education