Do you know how things fly? Can you learn it by following links on the first page of Google search? Are open educational resources for reference only?
To help make learning new concepts in science more intuitive, easy and fun, we are designing an interactive open science education course on basic aerodynamics where you learn how things fly by making and flying paper planes and fidgeting with interactive web apps and games - all consolidated by (almost) jargon less content.
What kinds of help are we looking for?
We are looking for help from:
- From science and technology teachers / curriculum designers: Developing interactive workshop on making paper planes
- From teachers/ learners / facilitating: Trying out the content and providing feedback for improving your learning experience
- For developers / designers: Building interactive web applets / games (some based on physics engines)
- For animators: making animations of educational content
This project will also be a part of Mozilla Global Sprint in June 1-2, 2017.
Can you be based remotely to help? Yes! Can collaborate from anywhere in the world.
Who do I get in touch with if I want to help out? If you have questions or are interested in helping out, you can contact Kshitiz Khanal at firstname.lastname@example.org