Science & Nature
Weather: What causes the wind?
Every wonder what makes the wind flow? Well, you can take this class and find out why wind moves through the atmosphere and some of the basic physical reasons for how wind moves.
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The learning goals for this course on wind will introduce the student to concepts about how wind is formed and at what level or scales the wind covers. It will also go over the fundamentals of the physical forces that create wind. There will be an attached note document with pictures to help the student learn and retain the information about the different wind principles. The desire of the teacher is to engage the students with questions and dialogue to help them further learn the material...
To learn about how the wind functions with the physical forces in nature and gain experience understanding the size or scales of wind events.
I have over 20 years experience in the military working in the weather field or teaching weather to students. I also love teaching science related topics.
1 file available upon enrollmentThere will be a note taking hand-out provided to the student
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Michael P. Bielas
Weather, Military Aircraft, & Science Certified STEM Arizona Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
908 total reviews
933 completed classes
I have been providing fun-filled science classes on the Outschool platform for over four years and have seen a lot of changes and improvements on this platform. As a teacher, my desire is to empower students to their full potential. Further, to...