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Intrepid Museum Education

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Welcome to Intrepid Education!


Education programs at Intrepid

The Intrepid Museum may be closed, but the Education Team is still ready to offer enriching programs for teachers and students. Please select from the following menu of virtual and online programs. All programs may be adapted and customized for self-contained classes or groups of individuals with disabilities.

Programs are 45–60 minutes long and should be scheduled at least five days in advance.

Virtual Field Trip of the Museum (Skype, Zoom)

Life Aboard Intrepid (Grades K–12)

Students will articulate the purpose of an aircraft carrier and identify at least three crew member jobs held during Intrepid's time of servive. They will be taught the many way in which life aboard Intrepid may have have differed from life on land, and some of the adjustments sailors make to improve life aboard. Students will compare and contrast the experience of boarding the ship, with the experience of immigrating to a new country.

Aviation Science (Grades 3–12)

Students will discuss the parts of a plane and how nature influences shape and design. Educators will demonstrate the four forces of flight, and students will experiment with these concepts before creating their own simple flying machines. Classes will also explore the aircraft carrier Intrepid2020年世界杯比赛时间 and examine the machinery that makes flight at sea possible.

Space Science (Grades K–12)

Students will get a to ur of the Space Shuttle Pavilion, home of the space shuttle Enterprise. An educator will discuss the Mercury-Atlas 7 and Gemini III missions that occured during the Space Race, including Intrepid's2020年世界杯比赛时间 role as the primary recovery vessel for both missions. Students will learn about the vacuum of space and why astronauts need spacecraft and spacesuits when they venture into Earth’s orbit and beyond.

Online School Programs (Zoom, Google Hangouts)

Life Aboard Intrepid (Grades K–12)

Students will articulate the purpose of an aircraft carrier and identify at least three crew member jobs held during Intrepid's time of service. They will be taught the many ways in which life aboard Intrepid differed from life on land, and some of the adjustments sailors made to improve life aboard. Students will compare and contrast the experience of boarding the ship with the experience of immigrating to a new country.

Star Stories (Grades 1–4)

For millennia, people have gazed at the night sky and told themselves stories about the pictures they see there. These same stars and constellations also allowed sailors to find their way back to port. Using images of the night sky, stories from different cultures and examples of simple navigation tools, an Intrepid Educator will help students view their sky in a whole new way.

Aviation Science (Grades 3–12)

2020年世界杯比赛时间 Students will discuss the parts of a plane and how nature influences shape and design. Educators will demonstrate the four forces of flight, and students will experiment with these concepts before creating their own simple flying machines. Fundamental concpets such as the four forces of flight, Bernoulli's principle and aerodynamics will be discussed.

Space Science (Grades K–12)

Students will get a tour of the Space Shuttle Pavilion, home of the space shuttle Enterprise. An educator will discuss the Mercury-Atlas 7 and Gemini III missions that occurred during the Space Race, including Intrepid's role as the primary recovery vessel for both NASA missions. Students will learn about the vacuum of space and why astronauts need spacecraft and spacesuits when they venture into Earth’s orbit and beyond.

Intrepid in the Pacific, World War II (Grades 7–12)

Using images and oral histories, students will discuss battles such as the Battle of the Philippines, the Battle of Leyte Gulf, and the Tokubetsu Kōgekitai kamikaze suicide attack tactic, introduced in October of 1944. The experiences of Intrepid's2020年世界杯比赛时间 crew will be explored, including the celebrated Gun Tub 10, a battle station assigned to African American crew members who braved their post to fire on kamikaze planes as the ship came under attack.

Technical Details

Programs can be delivered through Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts or even over the phone – however you can get your students together! Just let us know your preferred method and we will work out the details with you.

For more information, or to schedule a Virtual Field Trip or School Program contact: schoolprograms@nagai-oto.com.

For more information, or to schedule a program for a self-contained class or other group of individuals with disabilities, contact access@nagai-oto.com.

Stay tuned as we update our selection of virtual learning opportunities!

Our education programs are designed to provide meaningful and engaging experiences that leverage the Museum’s collection – a unique resource in the study of history, science and technology – for students in and out of school, teachers, adults and families. We strive to engage learners of all ages and abilities with the lessons of the past in order to understand the present and envision the future.

The Museum is deeply grateful to the funders that make our education programs possible:



GOALS for Girls is generously supported by:
The Arconic Foundation, Motorola Solutions Foundation, The Velaj Foundation, BNY Mellon, conEdison: Everything Matters, Craig Newmark Philanthropic Fund

YLI is generously supported by: Cathay Bank

Career Ladder is generously supported by: The Pinkerton Foundation

Access Programs are generously supported by: ThE FAR Fund, J.F. & Z. R. Butler Foundation, The Warner Fund, The Barker Welfare Foundation

Community Engagement Programs are made possible, in part, by: National Endowment for the Humanities, Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust, Booth Ferris foundation, The Warner Fund, Northrop Grumman, Michael Tuch Foundation, Inc.

School and Teacher Programs are generously supported by: conEdision: Everything Matters, The Ambrose Monell Foundation, ISTAT, May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.
Aviation Science Programs are proudly supported by:

 

The Museum’s education programs are also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. NYC Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts

Veterans Programs are made possible by public funds facilitated by the Councilman Chaim Deutsch, Chair of the Committee on Veterans, in partnership with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. These programs are also supported by:
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CONTACT THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Call: 646-381-5020
Email: education@nagai-oto.com
 

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