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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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How does an airplane fly? The principles of flight are discussed in this class at a beginner level, the basics of what forces of nature allow an airplane to fly. Topics included: What are the forces of nature acting on an airplane? What are the parts of an airplane and what part do they play in flight? What is the difference between a propeller plane and a jet plane? What is the difference between a glider, an airplane, a helicopter, and a rocket? At the end of class, We will build 2 paper...
Learn how an airplane flies, what forces are at work on it to keep it in the air and control the flight. Also, learn how to make two different types of paper airplanes.
I have always been fascinated by physics and how things work, so have spent my life exploring these things deeply. This class is another example of this curiosity turned expertise.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
PARENTS: Some children have a difficult time following instructions over video. In this class we actually build paper airplanes. If you think your child may struggle with this, it is wise to be available towards the end of classtime to assist.
Build the foundation - understanding the practical side of life
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Learning facts and skills is definitely important, but an often missed but critical piece of education is understanding the foundation. Without a proper understanding of the underlying principles of "how something works," the collection of facts...