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eVTOL: The new flying machine

This course is designed to give you an understanding of eVTOL.

Age Group

11 - 14

Grade Level: 

Middle School

Total Hours

15 hours

Course Modules

• Flying Taxi Infrastructure • Let's design • eVTOL Development • eVTOL vs eSTOL vs eCTOL • Satellites • Let's make a Satellite! • Adruino Mission Control Module Part 1 • Adruino Mission Control Module Part 2 • Adruino Mission Control Module Part 3 • Rocket Ship • Future • Wind In Your Socks! • eSTOL • eCTOL • Overcoming Gravity! • Careers

Learning Outcomes

• Understand the concept of eVTOL (electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) and its potential applications in transportation. • Gain knowledge about different types of satellites, their importance, and how they are used by organizations like NASA. • Develop skills in designing and building a satellite, including understanding the materials and steps involved in the process. • Learn about the basics of Arduino and its application in creating a mission control module. • Explore the principles and advancements of eSTOL (electric Short Takeoff and Landing) and eCTOL (electric Conventional Takeoff and Landing) aircraft. • Gain insights into potential careers in the aerospace industry, including the required education, skills, and opportunities for advancement.

Course Elements

• Quizzes • Video Quests • video Scenarios • Hands-on Activities • Downloadables • Videos

Course Overview

Have you ever heard of air taxis or automated vehicles? Well in this you are going to get a brief introduction to what you can expect in the future.

This course includes:

4 Quizzes
5 Video Quests
4 Video Scenarios
5 Hands-on Activities
3 Downloadables

Related careers:

Software Engineer
Marketing Manager
Financial Analyst

Skills you will gain:

Thinking skills
Cognitive skills
Observation skills

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Client Reviews

My son really enjoyed this course and learned so much about the future of transportation. He particularly enjoyed the handson activities and building his own satellite. Highly recommend! Kelly T.

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