We’re constantly receiving videos from our simulators around the globe—fantastic footage of students tackling important problems in high-stakes missions. We’ve tried to share most of these videos here on our blog, but today we’ve carved out a special spot on our website to showcase them.
Baldwin graduate and Duquesne Pharmacy student, Natalie Turin, along with Mrs. Rogiero and Mr. Kaleta at Harrison Middle School ran a special mission in the Mission Ops classroom during the month of March. Operation Rx is a unit Natalie designed herself to help promote the medical sciences and provide students with an understanding of the work put into diagnosing and treating patients with medical conditions. This Health enrichment mission used topics like body systems, equations and conversions, and scientific properties. Operation Rx acted as an extension of the Pandemic mission which was has been running for 6th Grade Health Students throughout the year.
Congratulations to the IKS Highlander crew and flight directors for another fantastic example of hands-on experiential learning!!
And to top us off, here’s a great video from the IKS Artemis Charger in Venezuela: