Educators want a S.T.E.M. initiative embracing engineering, math, and science. The challenge is how to implement this multi-disciplinary program without increasing any fragmentation/separation already existing between classes. STEMPilot curriculums will help kids answer one simple question.
Why is an Airplane able to Fly?
Students will learn how to fly a plane by exploring the Theory of Flight Every flight mission uses geometry, physics, algebra, trig, meteorology, geography, topography, and history. Students form into “Flight Crews” to study and fly together promoting collaborative learning. Crews learn to fly using the ten flight missions installed on every flight simulator. Learn about the engineering and history of planes through our customized K-12 STEM Curriculum.
Our goal is to demonstrate careers in engineering, coding, aviation or business.
Each lesson begins with a learning video introducing the content to be studied. STEMPilot Classroom is designed for students from 3rd through 12th-gradesth grade Curriculums include easy-to-follow NGSS-aligned lesson plans, Leaning Videos, Activities, Alignments, and Evaluations. Students learn by doing, Project Based Learning. Teachers do not need any aviation experience, just the desire to explore. We offer Free Support for all of our customers.
STEMPilot Classroom 3-4-5 Is a 10-unit Science STEM: Aviation for Elementary School Students. Google Classroom Ready
STEMPilot 6-12 Is a middle and high school curriculum using Edustation or Pilot Pro Flight Simulators.
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Our product includes our Standard K-12 S.T.E.M. Curriculum, SAFEDrone Curriculum, Media supported lesson plans, Fully tutored simulated flights teaching the basics of aircraft operation, and so much more.
All of the STEMPilot lessons are aligned to Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core, New York City Science Scope & Sequence, and other city and state standards to help teachers incorporate STEMPilot in the classroom.
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