IKS Titan (Shaler Area, PA)

Titan-Bridge

Location:  Shaler Area Elementary School — 700 Scott Avenue,  Glenshaw, PA  15116-1530

Flight Directors:  Michael Penn, Heather Oros

Crew Complement:  16

Plan a Visit:  The IKS Titan is currently flying missions for students at Shaler Area Elementary School.  It will be open to outside field trips and private groups in the future, and it is part of the school’s STEAM camps in the summer.  Please stay tuned to our blog for updates.  To schedule a visit, please contact Mike Penn, STEAM Coordinator.

Launch Date:  March 20, 2013

History:  The IKS Titan is the inaugural Dream Flight Adventures installation.  It was made possible by the generous support of the Grable Foundation.

Recent Happenings at the IKS Titan

Mission simulator offers Penn Hills students lessons in teamwork, independence

Over the past few weeks Jamie Martines, a reporter at the Tribune-Review, paid several of our simulators in the Pittsburgh area a visit.  Check out the great article she wrote about us! Fifteen crew members were at their stations aboard …

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December 2016 Community of Practice Meeting

The space between Christmas and New Years provides a rare reprieve from the standard whirlwind of life—which gives us a bit of time to write about our most recent Community of Practice meeting.  Earlier last week, moments before kicking off Winter …

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Keystones Technology Innovators Summit

This past week, Pennsylvania held a state-wide summit for its top innovators in education:  the Keystones Technology Innovators Summit (KTI). The term STARS stands for: State Technology Advocates Redefining Schools. Keystones STARS are advocates and influencers within their school districts when …

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