Technology takes to the skies! During this Virtual Field Trip, your students will come along on a tour of a variety of aircraft, and will see samples of the materials used to build them. They will discuss changes in aviation technology over time, looking at everything from the lightness of the bamboo used in pioneer-era aircraft to the honeycomb structures used in modern jets. Students will also discuss ways of reducing aviation’s environmental impact, and the myriad of careers involved in the aviation and aerospace industries.
Note: This program is virtual, via Zoom or Google Meet.
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|Grade 9||Technological Education — Exploring Technologies||Secondary Cycle 1||Science and Technology — The Technological World|
|Grade 10||Technological Education — Transportation Technologies||Secondary Cycle 2||Science and Technology — The Technological World|
|Grade 11||Technological Education — Transportation Technologies|
An educator from the museum will connect with your classroom using videoconferencing software, and interact with the students throughout the session.
After you book your program, we will send you any additional information including any supplies you/your students could use to maximize your experience. Please watch for an email from our programs team!
* A $50 discount will be applied to additional bookings from the same school, for programs taking place on the same day from the same museum.
Booking requests can be made through our Virtual Field Trip Reservation Request Form.
You can also connect directly to our Customer Relations team: