Teacher Professional Development
The Museum of Flight is committed to delivering rich educational experiences for all educators, including workshops and educator events.
Washington State Clock-Hours available at no charge for all workshops.
Advance reservations are required for all workshops. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-764-1384.
3, 2, 1, Blast-Off! Launching STEM with Model Rocketry
Energize your math and science curriculum! This workshop introduces how model rocketry can be used to teach STEM concepts in the classroom.
Participants will learn about the history of model rocketry and the National Association of Rocketry’s role in establishing it as a safe and educational hobby. Each participant will build a basic model rocket kit and learn how to successfully lead a class in a model rocket build and launch. Other activities include samples of STEM lessons that use model rockets and how to begin a model rocketry program at their school. There will be a special presentation on starting a model rocketry club and participating in the Team America Rocketry Challenge. We then travel to a nearby launch area to fly the rockets and learn how to collect data to use in STEM lessons. (WA State clock hours available at no charge).
Date: Saturday, August 9, 2014
Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Audience: Educators teaching students in grades 6 – 12
Location: Museum of Flight, Seattle
Clock Hours: Seven for free
Registration: dsmith @museumofflight.org or 206-764-1384
Questions: email@example.com or 206-768-7216
Aviation Learning Center Workshop
Make every subject more exciting with the wonder of flight! Whether you teach science, math, geography, language, or art, you'll find a connection to aviation. Come explore the fundamentals of flight in this free workshop and try out activities for your students. You'll also get a sneak peek at the Aviation Learning Center (ALC) and a chance to pilot your own simulated flight. (An ALC program reservation is not required to take this workshop. The activities are designed to benefit any classroom curriculum.)
Leaders with an ALC program reservation who attend an ALC Workshop in advance of their scheduled program receive a $100 discount off the ALC program fee for two years.
Educators who book an ALC program are also eligible for a one-year free family membership to the Museum. See more details: Teacher Membership Form
There are no additional ALC Teacher Workshops scheduled for the 2013-2014 school year. However, if you’d like to meet one-on-one with the ALC Educator to explore the ALC and also to qualify for the $100 program discount, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-768-7188 to arrange a time.
Audience: Educators teaching students in grades 4 – 12
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Challenger Learning Center Workshop
Inspire your students to be scientists, engineers, and astronauts! In this workshop, participants discover team-building, communication, and hands-on activities that bring the excitement of space exploration into the classroom. (A CLC program reservation is not required to take this workshop. The activities are designed to benefit any classroom curriculum).
Leaders with a CLC program reservation who attend a CLC Workshop in advance of their scheduled program receive a $100 discount off the CLC program fee for three years.
Educators who book a CLC program are also eligible for a one-year free family membership to the Museum. See more details: Teacher Membership Form
*If you cannot make these dates, please contact us to find out about other options.
Audience: Educators teaching students in grades 5 – 12
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