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Science in Action: Fun With Flight and Paper Planes #1 (Ages 9-10) CAMP
Explore principles of flight by modifying and testing the dart paper airplane, while learning scientific thinking and processes.
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Completed by 26 learners
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4x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Let's have some fun exploring how planes fly. In this one week CAMP style class, learners will focus on modifying one paper airplane design to gain insight about the forces of flight. We will build and fly planes in class and share our findings. During the process, learners will practice scientific thinking and procedures built upon throughout the class, such as experimental design, making observations and data gathering and communicating your experiment and results. Learners, should...
Students will learn the nature of science through testing and modifying the "dart" paper airplane. These include creativity, trial and error, success through failure, investigation and experimentation, data collection and communicating results via words, videos and images. While doing this, students will study and apply four principles of flight: drag, lift, thrust and gravity. Students will work through the following steps of the engineering design process throughout the course: Ask: Identify the Need & Constraints Research the Problem Imagine: Develop Possible Solutions Plan: Select a Promising Solution Create: Build a Prototype Test and Evaluate Prototype Improve: Redesign as Needed These exercises will allow students to work at all six levels of Bloom's Taxonomy: Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating
Danielle has always been interested in engineering (designing, building and testing). Her Master's of Science Education K-8 program included engineering education as one of the core topics. She brought the knowledge and practices learned to her own classes. Paper airplanes are a fun and readily available means to repeat the engineering process many times, in a short amount of time, while learning a great amount of the science (concepts and thinking/processes) involved. Danielle has vast experience designing and facilitating inquiry based activities for students of all ages, as well as modifying an activity to make it a great fit for a specific age range. This class has been designed for the learner to have time to take on a building challenge, followed by talking about it with peers to gain new insight, and then repeating the process. This is a great combination for successful learning.
Students will need access to the following common household and school items throughout the class. I will post the materials needed for that week's class 1-2 days prior. • A notebook or journal (for each class and for the homework) • pen/pencil • 3 colored pencils or markers • Printer/notebook or loose leaf paper (at least 5 sheets per class) • Various thicknesses of paper/material • Timing device (portable) • Calculator • Scissors • Ruler/measuring tape/yard or meter stick (you may also print a guide, make a paper or string one) • Tape/string/yarn/twine • Paper clips or other clip ons like barrettes, bobby pins, etc. (a few) • Other household items for modifying their paper airplane (as their creativity demands)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
4 hours per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
During class, students will be asked to test out and fly their planes. Please assist your students in finding the best set up to do so that allows for flying space of about 15 feet. Students may step away from their computer/device to fly their planes, with a timer, and then return to their computer/device and the class after the allotted time.
Danielle DoyleScience Educator- M.Ed Sci Ed & Credentialed Science Teacher
35 total reviews
29 completed classes
Danielle is a Science educator of 20 years with a bachelor’s degree in Marine Science, where she was awarded with honors awards for her senior thesis, a Master of Education in Science Education K-8th and a current California Science teaching...