- Summer Aerospace Workshop for Teachers,
June, 2017 (TBA) - This free workshop is a great opportunity for teachers to learn more about the aerospace industry and how to teach students about aviation. Space is limited to 20 teachers.
Tailored to meet the needs of many different age groups and organizations, these presentations focus on a broad
spectrum of aviation careers and the skills needed to be successful.
Elementary Aviation Presentations
Presentations are centered around preschool — grade 6. Included are many hands-on activities that incorporate art, writing, reading,
math, and science and involve all aspects of aviation.
History and Principles of Flight Presentations
Students in grades 412, this presentation takes students through the inception of flight to the space exploration of today.
Students' use of math, geography, history, science, and listening skills are incorporated.
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happy to set up a time to visit! For more information contact Darlene Dahlseide at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-234-7248.
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Aviation Career Education (ACE) Camp
Each summer the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT),
Office of Aeronautics co-sponsor the Aviation Career Education (ACE) Camp. ACE Camp is open to Minnesota students who will be
entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. ACE Camp allows students to explore a wide variety of aviation careers, and all aspects of the aviation,
and the aerospace industries through tours and hands-on projects. Campers are also given the opportunity to fly in a helicopter, pilot
a single-engine aircraft, and take the controls of a glider.