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Aerospace Engineering

Total Unit Running Time: 30-40* minutes

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FIELD TRIP : The Future With Drones 

Running Time: 5:18 


Hover hundreds of feet in the air aboard an unmanned aerial vehicle while taking in the sights of Credit Island  with VVR Host, Steve Grubbs. While zooming around with a birds-eye view, students learn about the benefits and  drawbacks of drone usage: from life-saving capabilities and agriculture management to privacy issues. Like it or  not, drones are here and will likely become more prevalent in the future.  

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Running Time: Self-paced* 

With a 360-degree perspective of The Wright Flyer, students have the opportunity to learn about how Orville  and Wilbur Wright overcame obstacles as they continued to refine their one-of-a-kind flying apparatus. After  taking a tour around the machine, students will take a quick flight to another hangar and finish the story of how  the plane became successful after numerous attempts.

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STORY 1 : Siya, Sathvik, and the Satellites

Running Time: 6:21 

NGSS: HS-ETS1-3, HS-LS4-6 

Topics Covered  

  • Aerospace tools aiding biodiversity 
  • Negative impacts of human activity 
  • Habits of Asian Elephants 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. B (BT1—knowledge) 
  2. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  3. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  4. C (BT4—analysis) 
  5. C (BT2—comprehension) 
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STORY 2: Fail Better 

Running Time: 6:15 


Topics Covered 

  • Overview of SpaceX program 
  • Benefits and constraints related to modern-day space travel

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. C (BT1—knowledge) 
  2. B (BT2—comprehension)
  3. A (BT2—comprehension)
  4. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  5. A (BT1—knowledge) 
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T E ACHER DEMO: Aerodynamics With Wendy 

Running Time: 9:15 


Vocabulary: drag, thrust, lift, aerodynamics 

Topics Covered 

  • Constraints of ice on a plane 
  • 4 forces: weight, drag, lift, thrust 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills 

  1. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  2. C (BT2—comprehension)
  3. A (BT6—evaluation) 
  4. D (BT5—synthesis) 
  5. C (BT1—knowledge) 


Aerospace Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Materials Engineer 

Science Standards: 

NGSS: HS-ETS1-1, HS-ETS1-3, HS-LS4-6; TEKS: 112.33(c.14.A), 112.33(c.14.B), 112.33(c.14.E), 112.36(c.2.E), 112.36(c.2.F), 112.37 (c.2.F), 112.37(c.2.H), 112.37 (c.2.I),  112.37(c.2.K), 112.37(c.3.D), 112.37(c.3.E),112.37(c.3.F),112.39(c.2.E), 112.39(c.2.H), 112.39(c.2.K), 112.39(c.2.L), 112.39(c.3.A), 112.39(c.3.B), 112.39(c.3.D), 112.39(c.3.E),  112.39(c.4.A), 112.39(c.4.B), 112.39(c.4.D), 130.414 (c.3.A), 130.414(c.4.A), 130.414(c.4.D), 130.414(c.4.E); CPALMS: SC.912.E.5.7, SC.912.L.17.1, SC.912.L.17.13,  SC.912.L.17.17, SC.912.L.17.20, SC.912.L.17.8, SC.912.N.1.3, SC.912.N.1.6, SC.912.N.1.7, SC.912.N.2.4, SC.912.N.2.5, SC.912.N.3.3, SC.912.N.3.5, SC.912.N.4.1,  SC.912.N.4.2, SC.912.N.3.5,