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A Comparison Of The Learning Styles Of Aviation And Non-Aviation College Students, Tim Brady, Alan Stolzer, Bradley Muller, Debbie Schaum Feb 2015

A Comparison Of The Learning Styles Of Aviation And Non-Aviation College Students, Tim Brady, Alan Stolzer, Bradley Muller, Debbie Schaum

Alan J. Stolzer

In contrast to established educational fields such as mathematics, the discipline of aviation education is relatively young. Despite strong signs that our discipline is maturing (Brady 1991), it is not clear as to the extent to which a larger body of instructional theory can be applied specifically to aviation instruction (Telfer 1993, p. 210) or the broader field of aviation education. A starting point in unraveling this complex question is to better understand the characteristics of aviation students. In recent years a limited number of researchers have begun to address this and related questions (Moore and Telfer 1990; Quilty 1996 ...