The Sky Has No Limit

The Sky Has No Limit : Learn How to Fly an Airplane

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Airplanes and aviation have progressed a long way since the 120-foot flight by Orville Wright on December 17, 1903, at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Airlines worldwide have sprouted since the first US airline began operating between Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida, on January 1, 1914. Today supersonic aircraft fly routinely across the oceans, and more than two million people are employed in aviation, the aerospace and air transportation industries. Teachers need additional tools to encourage students of today to learn strategies and techniques useful in gaining employment in the Aviation industry. "The Sky Has No Limit" is such a tool. It will encourage parents, teachers, and student understanding of aviation and its ability of creating excitement in classrooms. Airplanes inspire youth; properly harnessed that inspiration will spill into other academic areas; Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Aviation subjects in the classroom will contribute to minimize the lack of learning in schools.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.41mm | 331.12g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507830068
  • 9781507830062

About Rene Gonzalez Iznaga

Dr. Rene Gonzalez-Iznaga, Honorably discharged from U.S. Navy, and awarded the Good Conduct Medal. Rene earned his Doctorate of Education (D. Ed.) from Walden University (Teacher Leadership); Master of Arts (MA) from University of Phoenix (Curriculum & Instruction); and Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) from World University (Aeronautical Science). Rene has twenty-three years of government service, including Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Flight Standards District Office (FSDO); where he held positions as office manager, supervisor, principal operations inspector, aviation safety inspector, and accident prevention program manager. Additionally Rene served as team member in writing the Inspector's Handbooks in Washington, DC. Rene has fourteen years' experience as professor of aeronautics, and adult education at Inter-American University PR, and World University as professor aeronautical program and National University College Puerto Rico. Rene was an airline pilot with Puerto Rico International Airline (PRINAIR), and served as Chief Flight Instructor for Isla Grande flying School, an FAA approved part 141 flight school, providing flight and advance ground instructor lessons to aeronautical students. Rene has conducted over 2,500 hours of individual flight lessons; advising and certifying students for initial solo flight, private, commercial, instrument, multi-engine, and airline transport pilot certificates.show more