Community and School Involvement in Model Rocketry Instruction Including Suggestions for Efficient Model Rocket Construction
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
J. Wesley Crum
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Byron L. DeShaw
This paper presents the pilot-study of conducting model rocketry classes for parents and youth leaders as well as students and teachers to broaden involvement in aerospace education. Ideas gleaned from questionnaires, surveys, observations, and the review of literature were used to compile A Handbook of Tins for the Efficient Construction and Use of Model Rockets.
A slide presentation illustrating school and community involvement in model rocketry was also developed.
Recommendations included more model rocketry classes involving students and adults be offered and suggested that an appropriate organization publish and distribute the handbook and slide presentation.
Frizzell, Helen Joyce, "Community and School Involvement in Model Rocketry Instruction Including Suggestions for Efficient Model Rocket Construction" (1972). All Master's Theses. 1848.