Did you know that the Museum of Aviation Foundation, Inc. operates the Education Center at the Museum of Aviation? The Education Center operates 5 major programs, and serves an average of 50,000 students and teachers a year through its hands-on
Written By: Michael Rosario, Inspired to Educate
“In previous blog posts, we have discussed the necessity to encourage science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) especially in the United States. As our culture has become increasingly digital, we have coined this
2016 STEM Teachers of the Year!
Stacy Brown of Northside Elementary School in Houston County has been voted the Museum of Aviation 2016 GA STEM Teacher of the Year for Elementary School!
Brian Soash of Lee County
The Museum of Aviation has seen thousands of students through the years during field trips, camps and workshops. Our Education Center serves an average of 50,000 students each year. We’d like to catch up with some of these students and
Each year the Museum of Aviation Foundation, Education Center hosts 6 weeks of hands-on, STEM summer camps. This past year was one of our best yet! The classes were full, the students were having a blast, STEM mentors from the
August 8th: Monthly Homeschool Workshops Begin – Registering Now!!
September 15th-16th: Georgia Invitational
October 12th-14th: GA Kids’ STEM Camp – Registering Now!
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Education Events Registering Now:
Pre K – 12th Grade Homeschool Workshops &
Pre K – 12th Grade STEM Labs
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July 23rd: 31st Annual Auction, Raffle, & Taste of
Museum of Aviation Foundation Wish Lists!
The Museum of Aviation Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports the Museum of Aviation and provides education programs to visitors and schools. As a nonprofit, we are always in need of volunteers and in-kind
The Museum of Aviation is always bustling and busy with visitors, students from all over the state, and guests who come for special events. This summer, however, is proving to be an exceptionally busy one for the museum. In addition
This guest blog was submitted by: Janell Perry
On March 23, 2016, the Museum of Aviation hosted Crow’s Nest – a Dixie Crow’s Event. The Crow’s Nest – a Dixie Crow’s Event consisted of 3 classrooms, each doing something different.