Education Resources

Lesson Plan of the Month

November 2017 Featured Lesson Plan

The National STEM Academy is proud to highlight a lesson plan each month to share with teachers, parents, and students.  This month’s pick was chosen by Mike Cashman, Mission Quest Flight Simulation Lead Instructor, National STEM Academy.

“The best way to teach any lesson is by giving the students “hands-on” experience. The FPG-9 is the perfect tool for educating young pilots about the science of flight. It is suitable for students from elementary all the way through high school. It is very simple and cost effective to build. All the required parts can be purchased from your local Walmart for about 7 cents per glider (in bulk). ” -Mike Cashman

The following education resources are available to the public for print and/or download for use in and out of the classroom.

STEM Activity Kits

Complete STEM Activity Kits available for check out to Educators.

NASA Educator Resources

NASA resources for use in and out of the classroom.

Educator Guides

Teaching guides for use with Museum of Aviation exhibits.

Scavenger Hunts

Printable scavenger hunts to use during your visit to the Museum of Aviation.

Lesson Plans of the Month

Featured lesson plans from National STEM Academy Staff and Special Guests posted each month available for download!

Helpful Websites/Resources

 

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