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Airplane Crashes: Part Two!
In this One time class, we will discover the importance of studying airplane crashes and the changes they bring to Aviation.
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This is Part Two of airplane crashes, however, they do not need to be taken in order and this class can be taken independently. This One Time class will explore four aircraft accidents and what the Aviation field learned about those accidents that lead to better aircrafts and better safety procedures. We will study 4 aircraft accidents. Students will demonstrate their learning through participation in class discussions. For this class, students will be encouraged to comment on peer...
Students will demonstrate their learning through participation in the classroom activities.
While obtaining my Education degree, I obtained a minor in Aeronautics. I took 29 upper graduate credits in the Aviation and Safety/procedural field, as Aeronautics and accident prevention is a hobby of mine. These courses were take at Everglades University in their Aeronautical program. In these classes, they touched upon all accidents in transportation as some discoveries can be used to help other areas. This is a PG class, there is no violent images aside from wreck sites and these images have no violence. These are just facts and why investigations are important to the transportation field, as we learn and use what we have discovered to better technology.
There will be no homework.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There will be no assessment for this course.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This is a PG class, there is no violent images aside from wreck sites and these images have no violence. These are just facts and why investigations are important to the transportation field, as we learn and use what we have discovered to better technology.
Nearpod will be used.
Mrs. MadduxMaster of Science in Education
167 total reviews
248 completed classes
Hello! I teach Multi-Sensory Phonics using Orton Gillingham as a 3rd grade intervention teacher. My passion is anything Aeronautics. I started teaching over 8 years ago. I started teaching preschool, which lasted 3 years, and then I was a...