Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a non-profit organization the provides FREE learning resources for students from elementary school into college.

Students get to progress at their own rate and build on the success. Courses in early math through Linear Algebra or AP Calculus, math by grades, science, humanities, computing, economics and engineering are all available online for free.

You can join as a student or a teacher, brush up on your scripting, practice for tests or study entrepreneurship.

Check it out! Donate if you use their materials. Keep this resource available to others.

Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

Museum of FLight STEM

The Museum of Flight in Rome, GA contains a collection of planes, transportation, and historical memorabilia. This museum is one of very few in the world that has aircraft that actually fly and are displayed at airshows, fly-ins, and flyovers for various events.

Be sure to check out the MOF STEM videos (Wednesdays at 11 AM) as well as the virtual tours (Thursdays at 11 AM) on the Museum of Flight Facebook page. The videos are kept on the page if you can’t make the live event. https://www.facebook.com/pg/HixsonFlightMuseum/videos/

NASA Challenge

Photo by Mike Petrucci on Unsplash

6-12-20

Cool Challenge from NASA. “The challenge is open from Friday, June 5 to Tuesday, July 21, asks K-12 students to brainstorm what their famous line would be as they first step foot on the Moon. Armstrong left big shoes to fill, but NASA is confident today’s students are up for the task. Students must submit an image of their footprint – a photo or original piece of artwork – and what they would say as they first stepped on the surface of the Moon (maximum 20 words). Exceptional entries will be marked in the gallery with “NASA gold stars.”

https://www.nasa.gov/feature/next-moon-step-challenge-make-your-mark-with-nasa-and-future-engineers/