Middle & High School Resources

Click on the titles below to link to lessons and free resources for students in grade 6-12:



RISE ABOVE

Free RISE ABOVE resource kits.



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Arsenal of Democracy Lesson Plans

Arsenal of Democracy Flyover Aim High Challenge Offers Education Outreach Programs to Teach and Recognize American Achievements during World War II.



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Rise Above - Tuskegee Airmen and WASP

The CAF Red Tail Squadron is committed to telling the inspirational story of the Tuskegee Airmen, America’s first black military pilots and their support personnel.



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The History Guy

Arsenal of Democracy Flyover Aim High Challenge Offers Education Outreach Programs to Teach and Recognize American Achievements during World War II.



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100 Years of Passenger Air Travel

Explore the changes that have occurred in passenger air travel since the dawn of commercial aviation, in this interactive graphic timeline produced by WGBH and The Documentary Group.



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Challenge of Flight

Meet some aerospace engineers whose work gets us off the ground to travel the world—and beyond.



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Infographic Histories of Passenger Air Travel

Follow the evolution of air traffic control, which coordinates the movement of aircraft in our airports and skies.



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Higher and Faster

Explore the social and economic factors as well as the engineering innovations that have driven—and continue to drive—both higher and faster commercial flight.



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Aviation 101

Online courses, taught by experts and institutions worldwide.



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Aviation is Your Future

Lifelong learning and professional development for educators go hand-in-hand with Canvas Network's open, online courses, taught by experts and institutions worldwide.



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Airplanes Channel

The history of flight has its origins in ancient Greek mythology and can be found in epic poetry written in Sanskrit dating more than 2000 years ago from the Indian subcontinent.



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Aviation Curriculum Guide

Aviation Education designed to stimulate the young people of America through the use of real world, modern-day applications of aviation technology and science.



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Beginners Guide to Aerodynamics

What is aerodynamics? The word comes from two Greek words: aerios, concerning the air, and dynamis, which means force.



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Re-Living the Wright Way

Researched How things Fly and Test Theories.



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Beginners Guide to Propultion

What is propulsion? The word is derived from two Latin words: pro meaning before or forwards and pellere meaning to drive.



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Beginners Guide to Rockets

The Beginner's Guide to Rockets will help you learn the basic math and physics that govern the design and flight of rockets.



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Beginners Guide to Kites

An excellent way for students to gain an understanding and a feel for many of the concepts that they learn in math and physics is to build and fly a kite.



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Beginners Guide to Wind Tunnels

What is a wind tunnel? How do aerospace engineers use wind tunnels?



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Beginners Guide to Compressible Aerodynamics

High speed aerodynamics is a special branch of the study of aeronautics.



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Guide to Hypersonics

Hypersonic aerodynamics is a special branch of the study of aeronautics. The chief characteristic of hypersonic aerodyna.



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The Terrifying Physics of Dive Bombing During WWII - video

The Terrifying Physics of WWII Dive Bombing.



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