Our Science and Innovation Modules offer middle school teachers free resources to support STEM education in their classroom.
San Francisco, CA. (PRWEB) July 26, 2016
Teaching Channel, in celebration of The Boeing Company’s 100th Anniversary, has launched 10 newly revised Science and Innovation modules to help teachers guide students in becoming problem solvers and critical thinkers for the 21st century.
“Our Science and Innovation Modules offer middle school teachers free resources to support STEM education in their classroom.” says George Lichter, CEO of Teaching Channel. “Teaching Channel is proud to help Boeing celebrate an important anniversary and with their help inspire the next generation of budding engineers, designers and innovators”
Co-created by Boeing engineers and teachers to demonstrate the engineering design process, the modules have been field-tested by educators and align with Next Generation Science Standards. The Teaching Channel curriculum comprises part of a collection of K-12 education resources designed for The Boeing Company’s 100 Days of Learning campaign.
The 10 modules include exciting and engaging topics like: Alternative Energy, Satellites, Polymers, Spy Gliders, Bio Suits, Space Flight, Mars Missions, High Energy Impacts, Lighting, Acoustics and, Composites. To learn more about the modules. Visit: http://www.teachingchannel.org/engineering-curriculum-boeing
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