Aerospace Engineering: From the Ground Up

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Delmar, 2011 - Aeronautics - 300 pages
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Providing an overview of the broad range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) applications in aerospace engineering, this text also looks at the history of aviation as well as explaining the most significant technical innovations.

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Ben Senson is a science teacher at Memorial High School. He has been an educational innovator for 20 years having developed the MMSD Remotely Controlled Observatory and its online training program, published activities for the National Project WET initiative, created and taught an Aircraft Construction Experience course, and been a curriculum writer and master teacher for Project Lead the Way's Aerospace Engineering course. Ben is also the lead mentor for the BadgerBOTS Robotics program which operates Wisconsin's largest summer robotics camps, Wisconsin's largest FIRST LEGO League (FLL) program, the Badgerland Regional FLL Tournament, and a Chairman's Award winning FIRST Robotics Competition high school competitive team. Ben is also the coordinator for the Global Academy, an accelerated career pathways magnet program for juniors and seniors offered through a consortium of eight school districts. Ben has a Bachelors Degree in education from the University of Wisconsin Madison, a Masters in astronomy and physics education from Ball State University, and is currently working on a Masters in educational administration at Concordia University.

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