I apologize but I just spent last half hour/hour trying to find answer and have finally given up.
I want to teach math and science STEM while students build an airplane. I thought this was doable--but not so sure.
Need ideas, steps, advice to begin. I teach at an adult high school attached to a technical center with welding, HVAC, electrical, carpentry, auto building, etc. Have permission to put this together, told if I get money, I will get a space. Have not built an airplane, do not have pilot's license. Am certified in the state of FL to teach Physics, Chemistry, Math 6-12, Biology, Health, Earth/Space, Technology Education, Health, and Art. Putting together a glog to pool my thoughts and progress. Please advise--do I take a class? Have you done this? Member of EAA, AIAA, CAP--will check their sites also. http://tehescmarts.edu.glogster.com/build-an-airplane/ I am in Pensacola and there is an aviation academy at a local high school but they do not build an airplane. I think this is an exciting and motivating idea.
Joined local EAA and they are the best. One member suggested I get in contact with "national".
Thank you for any help. If this is the wrong place to post this--please point me to the right place.