360° EXTENDED-REALITY VIDEOS
Imagine what is possible when hands-on learning meets 21st-century immersive technology. The following 360° extended reality experience allow students to imagine themselves underneath the planet's oceans and to see how science, technology, engineering, and math is allowing humans to explore, learn, and create in ways we never have before. Download the companion activity and educator guide for specific ways you can integrate these experiences in your classroom today.
Extended-Reality Video and Companion Activities
Forces of Flight
(Please allow about 5 minutes for the experience to load. Once the experience has loaded, you may use the full-screen option to view the interactive.)
In this experience students will learn about the Principle Forces of Flight: lift, weight, thrust, and drag, and how these principles are applied to some of the aircraft made at Boeing – you'll even get to fly them in a flight simulator! Ultimately, students will be able to apply what they have learned to create their own model airplane and detail the decisions they made to safely operate their very first flight.
- Viewing the video in Chrome and Firefox is recommended
- Press Any Key to Continue Driving Through The Experience
- Press ESC to exit the module at anytime
Companion Activities & Educator Guide
In the Forces of Flight Experience Activity, students will draw on what they learned in the flight simulation in which they learn about the forces of flight, as well as why and how things fly. Ultimately, students will then be able to apply what they have learned to create their own model airplane, write journal entries like a real pilot, and detail the decisions they made to safely operate their very first flight.