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Bio-Inspired Flight. Melissa Burns; Amy Jameson Sharpsburg Elementary, Norwood, Ohio; Gilbert A. Dater High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. 6 th grade students. 12 th grade physics students. Ohio Standards: Science Inquiry, Scientific Ways of Knowing, Science and Technology, Physical Science.

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Bio-Inspired Flight

Melissa Burns; Amy Jameson Sharpsburg Elementary, Norwood, Ohio; Gilbert A. Dater High School, Cincinnati, Ohio

6th grade students

12th grade physics students

Ohio Standards: Science Inquiry, Scientific Ways of Knowing, Science and Technology, Physical Science

  • Misconceptions addressed:
  • The motion of an object is always in the direction of the net force applied to the object.
  • Acceleration always means that an object is speeding up.
  • Acceleration is always in a straight line.
  • Engineers and scientists use the same models of experimentation

References: http://www.nasa.gov/home/index.html

Acknowledgements: Dr. Kelly Cohen, Associate Professor of

Aerospace Engineering, Cody Lafountain, Curtis Fox,

Andrea Burrows, Dr. Anant Kukreti, Philip Grosvenor

Project RET/REU is funded through NSF Grant # EEC 0808696

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