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2. For Teachers -- Activities
ReLiving The Wright Way NASA's Centennial of flight Celebration computer simulation of the Wright 1901 wind tunnel to teach students simulations, activities, and contains information on how

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Home Invention Process Researched Flight ... 1901 - Wind Tunnel Activities Learning to Fly - Grades 6-10
This activity book presents several activities built around the discovery process used by the Wright brothers. There is a role playing game in which the student observes the Wrights' activities and has to report on the student's findings. There are plans for the construction of models of the first four Wright aircraft. There are lots of math problems to work on as well. This activity book was developed by a team in the NASA Glenn Office of Educational Programs. Flying Model of the Wright Brothers' 1902 Aircraft - Grades 6-10
This activity presents step-by-step instructions for building a flying scale model of the Wright brothers' 1902 aircraft using balsa wood and tissue paper. This activity was developed by Richard Glueck of the Orono Middle School, Orono, Maine. It requires minimum model making skills and introduces the ideas of scaling and following directions. Photographs detail the design process. The models can be used as part of a science fair project, or used in a diorama to further stimulate creativity.

3. Lesson Plans
lesson plans and activities to teach the subject of lab investigation, earthquake simulation, electrical energy scavenger hunt NASA's Goddard Space flight Center, contains a Living
Lesson Plans and Activities
Academy Curriculum Exchange (K-5). Academy Curriculum Exchange (K-5) provides 130 mini-lesson plans for the elementary school covering a variety of science topics. Among these are microscope use, mapping constellations, water pollution, studying owl pellets and caterpillars to butterflies.
Academy Curriculum Exchange (6-8). Academy Curriculum Exchange (6-8) features 60 mini-lesson plans for many science topics covered in the middle school. Among these are weather forcasting, photosynthesis, building a psychrometer and "ph" and solvent activities.
Academy Curriculum Exchange (9-12). Academy Curriculum Exchange (9-12) offers 22 mini-Lessons plans suitable for the high school science. Among these are chemistry magic, a parallax experiment with candles, and a magnetic fields activity.
Access Excellence Activities Exchange. Access Excellence Activities Exchange contains an archive of hundreds of lessons and activities submitted by high school biology and life sciences teachers participating in the Access Excellence program. High school teachers will find the activities from the 1996 collection , the 1994-1995 collection , the 1996 Share-A-Thon collection , the partners collection , and the classic collection . Teachers can also search for individual activities from the Access Excellence archive. A new collection, "The Mystery Spot", will added in 1997.

4. The Math Forum - Math Library - Lesson Plans/Activities
principles, activities to teach students by example, and Webbased simulations with pre- and post-simulation exercises history of flight, including the first transatlantic flight
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  • 100 Percent! - Energy Conservation Enhancement Project
    What is Infiltration? Math objectives: 1. Define the term "percent." 2. Solve problems using percentages. Energy objectives: 1. Define infiltration. 2. Describe the major areas of infiltration in the home. An activity guide from the Energy Conservation ...more>>
  • 100th Day of School Celebration - Loogootee Community Schools, Loogootee, Indiana
    of Operational Capability. designed to teach experienced aviators flight simulators; integrate and optimize the training and. concept exploration and experimentation activities for the USAAVNC simulation......flight SCHOOL XXI (FSXXI) simulation SERVICES REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT ( SSRD) 2 June 2003. 1. flight SCHOOL XXI (FSXXI) simulation SERVICES REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENT (SSRD) 2 June 2003. 1. General

    6. Online Activities
    Depression, the history of flight, the trial of Lizzie online games, activities and fun facts to teach elementary and Stock Market simulation. An online simulation, designed by Think
    ABC News 4 Kids. ABC News 4 Kids posts new stories every Tuesday and Thursday apppropriate for elementary and middle school students. Each news article has an interactive, animated presentation. Also included is an archive of previous articles.
    Abraham Lincoln Classroom Activities for Primary Children. Tammy Payton's first grade class has created a Web site which includes an on-line quiz, an animation that shows the addition of states to the USA, a picture gallery of President Lincoln, a treasure hunt, suggestions for further classroom activities, and additional links.
    Abraham Lincoln Treasure Hunt for Primary Children. Students use the Historic Lincoln Sites to find answers to a series of questions. E-mail the correct answers to Tammy Payton at, and she'll post their first name, age, and city in the Hall of Fame winners page.
    Adventures of Cyberbee. A site for teachers looking for ways to integrate technology into their classroom. Included are Curriculum Ideas, How Tos, Treasure Hunts, Web Links, Articles, and a search engine.
    Africa Online for Kids Only.

    7. The Center For Medical Simulation - Simulation References
    traditional continuing education activities change physician behavior or Brief history of flight simulation 103 David Rd using realistic simulation to teach team resuscitation references.htm
    Simulation References
    1. Clinical guidelines for the obstetrical services of the Harvard medical institutions: Risk Management Foundation, 1998.
    2. ? A critical incident study of hospital medication errors. Hospitals, J.A.H.A 1960;34:57-63.
    3. Abrahamson S, Denson J, Wolf R. Effectiveness of a simulator in training anesthesiology residents. J Med Educ 1969;44:515-9.
    4. Abrahamson S, Denson J, Wolf R. A computer-based patient simulator for training anesthesiologists. Educational Technol 1969;9.
    5. Abrahamson S. Human simulation for training in anesthesiology. In: Glasser, ed. Medical Physics, 1970.
    7. Allen J, Evans A, Foulkes J, French A. Simulated surgery in the summative assessment of general practice training: results of a trail in the Trent and Yorkshire regions. British Journal of General Practice. 1998;48:1219-23.
    8. Ang M. Advanced communication skills: Conflict management and persuasion. Academic Medicine 2002;77:1166.
    9. Austin J, Riley J, Calkins J. Competency assessment and analysis of cardiovascular perfusionists using a scenario-based cardiopulmonary bypass simulator International Meeting on Medical Simulation. San Diego, CA, 2003.
    10. Barach P, Satish U, Streufert S. Healthcare assessment and performance: using simulation. Simulation and Gaming 2001;32:147-55.

    8. Sanford Flight Lab Introduction
    the instructor to teach many of the activities that keep the students busy and allow for the most flight time and Air Traffic Control RADAR simulation time
    Training Lab Introduction
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    Applicable Notes CAT II Flight Simulator Interior Floor Plan Click Image
    *This program is designed to familiarize the student with general aviation principles only and shall not be used in lieu of adequate flight training under the supervision of a Certified Flight Instructor. This is not an FAA approved training program under Part 61 or Part 141 FAR.
    Gain an understanding of how to use the Flight Simulator Lab: Gain an understanding of lab workstations. Look at options for classroom management and usage.
    The Flight Simulator Lab is designed to allow students the opportunity to learn in a realistic environment. Both the military and civilian airlines use simulators to train their pilots. The lab is designed to allow students to apply all the things they will learn in a real world environment. The design of the lab also gives the instructor a great deal of freedom in using a wide range of teaching tools.
    The instructor must have an understanding of all workstations and how they can be used. The instructor should also have a complete understanding of Flight Simulator 98 and the activities in which students will participate.

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    the instructor to teach many of the activities that keep the students busy and allow for the most flight time and Air Traffic Control RADAR simulation time
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    10. Teach Interact - Interact Simulations
    Price $50.00 Quantity Renaissance A simulation of life in time) by completing interdisciplinary activities including geography in pretime flight planning and

    11. Embry-Riddle - About Embry-Riddle
    what we do and do best is teach the science research, consulting, and related activities that address The Advanced flight simulation Center contains an FAA
    About Embry-Riddle Home Message from the President Facts and Figures Fast Facts ... ERAU Store
    The Best Aviation and Aerospace University in the World
    At Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, what we do and do best is teach the science, practice, and business of the world of aviation and aerospace. Since it was founded just 22 years after the Wright brothers' first flight, the University and its graduates have built an enviable record of achievement in every aspect of aviation and aerospace. The curriculum at Embry-Riddle covers the operation, engineering, research, manufacturing, marketing, and management of modern aircraft and the systems that support them. The University engages in extensive research, consulting, and related activities that address the unique needs of aviation, aerospace, and related industries. Residential campuses in Daytona Beach, Florida, and Prescott, Arizona, provide education in a traditional setting, while an extensive network of more than 130 centers throughout the United States and Europe and a web-based distance learning program serve civilian and military working adults.
    Federal Aviation Administration-approved certification programs include maintenance technology (airframe and power plant); flight (private, commercial, instrument, multi-engine, flight instructor, and instrument flight instructor ratings); and flight dispatch.

    12. Virtual Flight - Site Sobre Aviação Virtual - Flight Simulation
    with the idea that it will teach one to Airports and to show the work activities in the flight Site sobre Aviação Virtual - flight simulation Website Todos

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    we do and do best is teach the science research, consulting, and related activities that address The Advanced flight simulation Center, with two FAA Level

    14. The Software Society
    PC Adventure Games, PC flight simulation And Racing Games, Shooters And More! Over six challenging games and activities teach kidsthe wonders of science.
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    15. CIRCLE: Browsing Simulations/Games
    The problems involve everything from flight schedules to SimTown is a popular simulation program designed six colorful and entertaining activities that teach¤t_page=5

    16. ENC Online: ENC Features: Lessons & Activities: Science Topics: Scientists/Inven
    to commemorate the 100th anniversary of flight, and features a to teach users about activities conducted by an inquirybased computer simulation, intended for,1578,1-scientists inventors-an
    Skip Navigation You Are Here ENC Home ENC Features Science Topics Search the Site More Options Classroom Calendar Digital Dozen ENC Focus ... Ask ENC Explore online lesson plans, student activities, and teacher learning tools. Find detailed information about thousands of materials for K-12 math and science. Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. Create your learning plan, read the standards, and find tips for getting grants.
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    Use science topic words to find web sites with lesson plans and activities.
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    ENC Digital Dozen Site
    Date: Grade(s): K - 12 Cost: Free ENC#:
    This Internet site offers an online contest which challenges K-12 students to predict the weather conditions at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, on December 17, 2003, for the 100-year anniversary of the Wright brothers' flight. The site contains a number of activities designed to help students prepare for submitting a weather forecast.
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    Re-living the Wright way

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    Date: Grade(s): K - Post-Sec.
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    a complete project package. Some activities include kites flight, parachutes, powered flight, flight simulation and control can use and teach radiocontrolled

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    Principles of Aeronautics
    Steven A. Bachmeyer The presenter has written and developed twelve units for a course of study in the basic principles of aeronautics. Each unit is supported with a student text with hands-on activities, a teacher's guide, lesson plans, videos and software, and a complete "project package." Some activities include: kites, lighter-than-air flight, parachutes, powered flight, flight simulation and control, wind tunnels, and gliders. See a live demonstration of projects you can use in your classroom.
    Using Radio Control
    Steven A. Bachmeyer How you can use and teach radio-controlled flight in your classroom. The presenter has developed three complete units that provide students with the opportunity to actually build and fly radio-controlled aircraft in a school setting. It can be done, even on a limited budget! Find out how you can really get your students motivated and flying!
    Lift-off: Basic and Advanced Rocketry
    Steven A. Bachmeyer The presenter has developed two units of study that apply science, math, and technology to the study of rocket flight. A high motivational activity that will get your students involved in the study and application of spaceflight. Adaptable to elementary, middle, and high school settings. See how you can not only build and fly rockets, but apply technology, math, science, and computer skills in a truly interdisciplinary setting.

    18. LIS 519 - Simulations
    of materials Link flight simulators, military war simulations teach or communicate by letting participants Some simulation activities are purposely open ended
    ~~ Simulations ~~
    The Medium Definition
    Simulation is a learning process, which involves participants in role
    abstractions, simplifications, or presentations representing real-life
    social, physical, or biological situations, processes or environments.
    A simulation permits a person to become a working member of a
    system, setting goals and objectives, processing and analyzing infor-
    mation, and developing policies for further activity. A simulation is
    a substitute, model system which presents certain features of the real
    world in learning activities.
    Brief History Theoretically, the history of simulations predates written history.
    Various ancient games were attempts to simulate real-life activities, most notably war. In the Middle Ages, the development of chess was a crude attempt to simulate battle between two nations. Prussia pioneered modern war-gaming with "Neue Kriegsspiel" at the begin- ning of the 19 th century. The chess board was replaced by maps and terrain models, and pieces representing infantry, artillery, and cavalry units were used to simulate combat. The value of this technique for

    19. Wright Brothers' Invention Process -- Tested Theories
    website features facts, lesson plans, simulations, activities, and contains in the Centennial of flight Celebration. website, designed to teach decision making

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    Home Invention Process Researched Flight ... 1901 - Wind Tunnel Simulations This area of the website features simulations that will aid in understanding the scientific principles and
    details of the Wright brother's aircraft and discoveries. NASA Glenn Research Center has developed a number of web pages concerning the discovery process of the Wright Brothers. Many of these pages contain interactive educational simulations. There is an index of all the pages with the interactive pages indicated. Here is an
    example of an interactive
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    at this web site. Simulations can be downloaded to your computer so that you can explore them off-line. Just click on a link below to view the appropriate page, or click "Download" to obtain your own copy of the simulation. Let's investigate how the elevator works by using a Java simulator.

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    Procedural simulations. These activities teach the appropriate sequences of steps to perform of medical or mechanical problems, and flight simulators, in which
    S imulation programs are normally used to simulate real life experiences that are not normally available in the classroom because they are too expensive, too dangerous or take too long. Typically, they would deal with subjects such as how to operate a nuclear power station, or how tectonic plates moved. Some of these programs are becoming very powerful and have a great potential in various curriculum areas. Roblyer et al. (1997, 94) cite Alessi and Trollip (1991, 119) who identify two main types of simulations: "those that teach about something and those that teach how to do something" . They further divide the "about" simulations into physical and process types, and they divide the "how to" simulations into procedural and situational types.
    • Physical simulations. Users manipulate objects or phenomena represented on the screen. For example, students see selections of chemicals with instructions to combine them to see the result, or they may see how various electrical circuits operate.
      Process simulations.

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