Herb W. Ziegler III, a secondary-level physics teacher at Pocono Mountain West High School, describes the process of a project that he administered with his Spring Semester 2013 2nd period Honors Physics class.

Starting school clubs might be easier than you think. The Camelot Knight Flyers, at Camelot Elementary School in Orlando, Florida, is a great example of a parent-and-teacher partnership where the students benefit and are introduced to modeling in a positive way.

AMA member Clarence Ragland explains his training technique to help instructors quickly teach their students how to fly model aircraft.

The DCRC Flight School programs are very popular and grow in popularity every year.

We live in a changing world with new technologies. There are ways to leverage these new technologies to build the hobby, make more people aware of the fun of this type of flying, and serve the community through a wholesome learning activity. How can we involve youth and newcomers in free flight modeling?

The Science Guy, Bill Kuhl, describes his background in model aviation and explains why he still flies wind-up airplanes.

Use the AMA Club Charter search tool to find a club near you.

The Fly RC Staff from Fly RC Magazine explain how to hold a club pylon race.

An eleven year old boy tells his story of how he became involved with the hobby of flying model aircraft.

This group project uses model aviation as a tool to inspire creativity and demonstrate the processes by which ideas become reality. It teaches the fundamentals of aerodynamics, aircraft design, construction and basic RC power/control systems. You will need the assistance of someone who is familiar with building model aircraft.

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