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Facilitation Techniques as Predictors of Crew Participation in LOFT Debriefings Lori K. McDonnell San Jose State University Foundation One Washington Square San Jose, CA Prepared for Ames Research Center CONTRACT NCC June National Aeronautics and Space Admtnistratlon Ames Research Center Moffett Field, California Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings Article (PDF Available) July with 20 Reads How we measure 'reads' Get this from a library.
Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings. [Lori K McDonnell; Ames Research Center.] Part Tree suggests techniques for eliciting active crew participation and in-depth analysis and evaluation.
Finally, in Part Four, these techniques are organized according to the facilitation :// This study reviews 19 LOFT debriefings from two major U.S.
airlines to examine the relationship between IP efforts at facilitation and associated characteristics of crew participation. A subjective rating scale called the Debriefing Assessment Battery was developed and utilized to evaluate the effectiveness of IP facilitation and the quality of Title: Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in loft debriefings Author: Lori K.
McDonnell Created Date: 5/3/ PM?article=&context=etd_theses. Facilitating LOFT Debriefings: Instructor Techniques and Crew Participation Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Aviation Psychology 10(1) January with Reads Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings.
NASA Contractor Report; ; 1– Apollo The By Lori K. McDonnell, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. McDonnell, Lori K., "Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in loft debriefings" (). Facilitation in aviation training began with the early developers of Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT), who recommended that instructors facilitate crew debriefings of LOFT rather than lecture the crew on what they did right or wrong.
Over the past twenty years this concept has become widely accepted: Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in loft debriefings. By Lori K McDonnell. Publisher: SJSU ScholarWorks. Year: OAI identifier: oai::etd_theses Provided by: SJSU ScholarWorks.
Download The Human Systems Integration Division at NASA Ames Research Center, advances human-centered design and aerospace systems to make dramatic improvements ?publication_id= Objectives: We examined the extent to which characteristics of effective debriefing were observed when conducting high-fidelity, simulation-based operating room (OR) team training under tight time constraints in the actual OR.
Methods: The entire OR general surgical staff at an academically-affiliated hospital participated in half-day training sessions. After-action debriefing discussions ?book=aps2v3&part=advances-gururaja_7. facilitation and the nature of crew participation in debriefings. The data indicate that the Debriefing Assessment Battery is a reliable and valid instrument for assessing instructors' skill in facilitation and for analyzing crew participation.
The battery was designed to be used by researchers, however a short form of the?bookId= Provides a practical insight into the three separate steps needed in the process of facilitating learning in small groups.
Group facilitators do three things: they take in what goes on around them and inside themselves; they then make sense of it; finally, they intervene. Practical guidance in how to do these three things is provided, with theoretical back‐:// L.K. McDonnellFacilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings.
NASA Contract Rep, (), pp. K.K. Jobe, L.K. McDonnellLOFT debriefings: an analysis of instructor techniques and crew :// The concept Instructors represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Houston Public Facilitating LOFT Debriefings: Instructor Techniques and Crew Participation We analyzed IP facilitation and crew participation for 36 debriefing sessions conducted at 5 U.S.
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Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings. (LOFT) debriefings is for instructor pilots (IP's) to facilitate crew self-analysis of performance Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings [microform] / Lori K.
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It is a well-established educational methodology with deep roots in theory and practice. It is an interaction and Abstract. Debriefing is the learning conversation that follows a simulation session. The instructor’s role in providing feedback and guiding reflection is critical to ensure that reflecting on the simulation experience yields learning and growth in accordance with the stated educational goals of the :// Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in loft debriefings, Lori K.
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