Further research on aviation web sites shows many high quality sites on learning to fly, and others with a soup to nuts approach. However, very few (in fact almost none) have an emphasis on teaching flying, as a result, our focus has changed.
In most cases, ground school ends up being a set of video tapes, computer aided instruction, and book study. For a lot of people, such a format works quite well, but it can fall short, as questions go unanswered, and some times no matter how much study, some concepts are still hard to understand.This is especially the case for the instrument, commercial, and fundamentals on instruction written exams as formal ground school programs in a class room setting are not very common.
Aeroinstructor.com intends to fill this void via 1:1 instruction across the internet. In other words, a virtual, almost on demand, personal flight instructor.
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Intro to Aviation Community Ed
Class is open to students age 16 and older. Tuesday April 18th, 7-9PM, 2006 St Charles High School Library, $15, please register at scschool prior to April 12th.