Richland Hills, TX (PRWEB) March 26, 2014 -- GeBe LLC announces the launch of an Indiegogo Campaign to fund publication of 'The Quasar Lite Adventures.' Quasar Lite for Science was designed to engage students with a hands-on aircraft experience in the classroom. In classes presented on-site at their school, students are taught fundamental aviation principles, and are then able to exercise some of what they have learned in the cockpit of an actual production airplane. This engaging syllabus is now being integrated into a series of adventure books.
The Quasar Lite Sport Aircraft is elegantly qualified to promote enthusiasm while enhancing awareness of science and technology. This aircraft captures students' interest and imagination - it energizes them.
During the on-campus classes, each student has the opportunity to sit in the aircraft cockpit, maneuver the flight controls and explain how those movements would affect the aircraft with respect to pitch, roll and yaw. Topics covered in QLfS classes include Types of Aircraft, Forces at Work, Flight Axes, and Flight Control Surfaces, as well as the scientific principles and laws that result in Lift. The classes include an introduction to Atmosphere, Barometric Pressure and Weather, and conclude by engaging the students in a discussion about the relevance of science and technology in their future.
Publication of the books, with the science and technology curriculum embedded, is an evolution from the classroom experience. The objective is to provide an enthusiastic learning experience while enhancing awareness of the importance technology plays in the lives of our children – reaching more than just one class of students at a time.
“When we set out to excite sixth-graders about technology in their lives, with this amazing aircraft, I really underestimated how enthused the students would be. It was remarkable,” said Bob Archer, Co-Founder.
To learn more, visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/Quasar-Lite-for-Science
Bob Archer, Quasar Lite for Science™, http://www.quasarliteforscience.com, +1 (817) 284-2770, [email protected]