Tom Dubick, founder of Fly to Learn, discusses the future of STEM education in the Ted Talk above. Tom says effective STEM education programs are engaging, inquiry-based, and academically rigorous. He also points out the importance of the teacher serving as a facilitator instead of the "sage on the stage."
Teachers and administrators will find Fly to Learn fun to teach and easy to implement in the classroom. This inquiry-based S.T.E.M program excites and challenges students. No aviation experienced is needed nor do you need special equipment so the sky is the limit! Teachers and administrators will find Fly to Learn fun to teach.Read more
At Fly To Learn we have developed our curricula with the philosophy that students learn best by doing the following: something they are interested, when the curricula are both exciting and academically rigorous and when the curricula is paced for the different learning styles.Read more
Today, the United States risks losing its technical lead in the world at a time when technological innovation has been the engine to job growth for the last hundred years. Students across the United States are falling behind their international counterparts in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. FTL will provide schools with a valuable tool to encourage students to excel in S.T.E.M. and to make learning these vital concepts thrilling and exciting [...]Read more
Students participate in a virtual aviation event. Students from schools all over the country can compete in aviation challenge flying virtual planes of their design.Read more