Air Bear Program. The basic premise for Air Bears Go to School is that felt
that if we wanted to have the maximum impact in familiarizing future citizens
with aviation, we should introduce it in the schools to this age group." Also
available:
Theory of Flight (intermediate-level elementary science lesson) and
a
Presentation Outline (for Grades 7-8; 12-13 year olds).
www.ninety-nines.org/airbear3.html
GET STUDENTS SET ON THE 'PATH TO AVIATION' - Courtesy of AOPA
As students prepare to head back to school, remember to teach young people
about aviation, the joy of flight, and the vast career opportunities. Do your
part and introduce fellow pilots and teachers to the AOPA Pilots and Teachers
topics into the classroom with 11 easy-to-follow modules, which highlight
common questions people often ask about general aviation. PATH ties
activities to secondary school topics. It also guides pilots and teachers to
arrange a classroom visit or field trips to local airports where aviation
professionals can share their enthusiasm and knowledge of flying with
students. Request a copy or
download AOPA's PATH to Aviation.
Calendar ~ Activities/Curriculum ~ Organizations ~ Presentations ~
Publications ~ Resources
The Ninety-Nines' mission in the fields of aviation and aerospace is primarily
educational and charitable.
Sections and Chapters throughout the world conduct aerospace education
workshops for teachers, conduct airport tours for school children, hold Air
Bear seminars in schools, plus they hold fear of flying clinics and flight
instructor revalidation seminars.  
www.ninety-nines.org/aeroed
NASA's online Air Traffic Control Simulator! It's Math for Grades 5-9. You
problems.  Or  "
Line up with Math" using decision- making in air traffic control
using proportional reasoning and distance-rate-time relationships.
The National Coalition for Aviation Education represents government,
resources; increase public understanding of aviation; and support educational
initiatives at the local, state, and national levels.
www.aviationeducation.org
It was developed by NASA Ames Education.
http://rotored.arc.nasa.gov/index.html
This educational web site is designed for classroom use by teachers and
students in Kindergarten through grade 4. It is also designed for homeschool
use and for use by those who are interested in rotorcraft.

The web site is actually an on-line, interactive book about one girl's visit with
her mother to the rotorcraft research center at which her mother works. Not
only is the story enjoyable to read with its full color pictures, there is also a
lot to do on each page besides read the story. Each button within the menu
bar allows the student or user to explore other topics about rotorcraft as
well. Exploring with your cursor the illustrations on each page, and clicking on
hot spots will also bring up more rotorcraft information.
ner
There is also a Kid's Corner which includes activities such as coloring books,
experiments, games, and word puzzles.
www.faa.gov/education_research/education/student_resources/kids_corner
Youth Aviation AdventureParticipant and Leader Booklets. These booklets
are designed for the . You can download Ohio State Airport Program
Participant and Leader Booklets. These booklets are designed for the
discussion leaders teaching at each station of the Ohio State Airport Program:
Aerodynamics, Airport Firefighter, Airport Operations, Aviation In The Know,
Helicopter Pilot, Instrument Panel, Power Plant, Pre-Flight, Professional Pilot,
Group Host.
www.youthaviationadventure.org

Also: National Program Participant Downloads. To re-create the Youth Aviation
Adventure program at your airport: Youth Aviation Adventure National
Program Booklet, and Youth Aviation Adventure National Participant Booklet.
Note: This is a hugely extensive and on
an entertaining and educational program
at their local airport. The only limitation
is the availability of resources!
Sally Ride Science
Inform and Inspire through innovative
science programs and publications. Includes
sections for educators, parents and girls.
www.sallyridescience.com
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