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Winter Park, Florida USA 32789

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Education

MY MISSION: 

Is to reach 1,000,000 kids around the world and inspire

STEAM+ education. 

I can only do this with YOUR help. 

I challenge you to make a difference in a child's life, visit a school. They are the next generation of space travelers.

 

On March 4, 2015, I visited Park Maitland School to engage and inspire the first grade class about space travel.

What transpired was an amazing journey to which the children inspired me.

Below is an outline for the program. But, tell your own story and use your own vision.

 

Take a deep breath...

and HAVE FUN!

 

 

It's easy getting students engaged in science when you are wearing a flight suit!

 INTRODUCTION

 

Ask the students, " Who wants to go to space?"

  •  Give your name and city you reside in

  • I am going to space!

 

 

PURPOSE

 

Who am I and why am I here?                

Inform the students you are a Virgin Galactic Future Astronaut and you are here to get them excited about space and technology. 

We will talk about....

  • What is you mission?

  • What  will you do to make a difference in the world?

  • How will you make the world a better place?     

OUR MISSION: Is to Inspire elementary students in STEAM+ education around the world.

     Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics + Environment
     Targeting girls especially: Out of 558 humans that have been to space only 60 are women
     The coalition collectively is providing scholarships to: US, England, Africa, India

OUR GOAL:  Is to reach 1,000,000 students globally

  

 

RECENT EVENTS

 

 Talk about a recent event in your area that relates to technology.

  •  In Orlando, I used the Orlando Science Center where the Science Fair was held

  •  Mention projects they worked

  •  The coalition collectively is providing scholarships in: US, Africa, UK and India  

 

GOOGLE VIDEO 


 Show the 2014 Google Science Fair video 01:14 (min)   Click here to view  VIDEO

  •  This Is a video of young students around the world doing what they love best with technology

  •  After viewing, the students described the video as "awesome" what better way to engage with students then to sing 

                                            

 

 

 

WHAT IS SCIENCE?

Math and Science is not just in your classroom, it's everywhere .

  • Think about going to Disney World and the engineering designs for the rides 

  • Kennedy Space Center where rockets are designed to leave the earth's atmosphere

  • Sports, Dancers and Musicians                                        

 

 

 

 

DID YOU KNOW FUTURE INVENTIONS CAME FROM MOVIES

                    " You can't invent something if you haven't imagined it," NASA Deputy Director of Science said.

For Pre K-second graders, we use Disney's video "Miles From Tomorrowland."

Or Photo Captain Kirk

Example: Captain Kirk holding a hand held device communicating with Spock.

Who can guess what it Is?

It's today's mobile phones.

 

Photo Dick Tracey

Example: Dick Tracey is a comic strip plain clothes detective.  The strip debuted October 6, 1930....85 years ago.

What is it now?

 

Photo Apple Watch 

 

 

ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE

 

WHEN I GREW UP

 

Talk about the advances in technology from one generation to another.

Share how far we've come in technology today.

  • Years ago, I was sitting in a classroom, just like you, listening to Alan Shepard go into space. Impossible, no one had ever done this.

  • It would be like asking you to leave your classroom and fly to the ISS (International Space Station)  have lunch and be home
    for dinner  No way

     

 It was a different time where I grew up.  We had                             

  •  Black and white TVs

  •  NO iPhones

  •  NO computers

  •  NO video games Angry Birds (mention video games they play)

  •  NO GPS you had to stop the car and ask for directions.                                 

      

 

 

Things change from one generation to another

  • Show photos of  Giz and Saba

  • Russian Dog, Laika 1957 

 

 

 

 

WHAT WE NEED TO GO TO SPACE

What is the first thing you need when planning a trip to space?

  • A ticket

  • An airport/spaceport, Las Crusas, New Mexico    Show photo of Spaceport America

  • Training ....We show videos of our training at

    •  Zero Gravity film at Kennedy Space Center

    • NASTAR training video where NASA astronauts train in Philadelphia

    • 3-Day training at the Russian Cosmonaut Space Training program in Moscow

 

 

 

 

SPACE FLIGHT

 

Use the models to explain the flight.  Explain the details of the spaceship capacity etc.

Explain G forces; Experiencing G4 exiting the atmosphere and G6 upon re-entry.

 

 

 

 

HIGH IS SPACE?

We use Google Earth and iMovie to video their school at street level.

Then we zoom out to a commercial airline elevation of 30-35,000 feet

Next stop: the end of the stratosphere, 50 miles  

Final look  at the International Space Station 250 miles above the earth. 

Bring all the information together by showing "Your Journey to Space Begins Here"  02:44 (min)  Click here to view VIDEO

 

 

TAKE HOME GIFTS


It is important to continue the discussion at home with family and friends . 

 

QUESTIONS

 

Be specific...the questions are directed to what they have seen today.

If no one is asking questions, you can always say, most students want to know about our ..........training.

 

APPRECIATION

 

Always complete your day with appreciation for all those involved in making this day special at school.