Before leaving Dallas, Captain Irving went to see the kids who built a Supercar in his Build & Soar program.
The Flying Classroom arrived in Dallas this morning, where Barrington recently learned to fly one of his favorite airplanes.
Astronauts have Mission Control. Captain Irving has Universal Weather & Aviation.
Inside Nike’s Innovation Kitchen, sports scientists are designing the future of wearable technology.
Hovering twenty feet above an active eruption, Barrington looked back in time to see how lava creates land.
Captain Irving climbed a glacier to see why snowfall is so important to our planet.
The Flying Classroom’s flight across the North Pacific will be even more treacherous this time around.
“Imagine swimming with millions of jellyfish in a lake isolated from the rest of the world.”
“As we made our way around many corners of the cave, my flashlight slowly revealed a world like no other.”
I had to prepare my mind for the magic of what Zoltan does: extracting blood and venom from a snake to make medicines.
Catching sea snakes was just the beginning of this expedition.
World champion “sailor girl” Nic Douglass showed us how sailboats fly through the water.
18 feet long. 1,750 pounds. In other words, Barrington basically got in the water with a dinosaur.
A team of biologists showed us how they are outsmarting one of the world’s most invasive species.
We dove to the ocean floor to see how artists are combining science and sculpture to save our seas.
Whatever feelings you have about zoos, it’s hard not to applaud their ability to create moments like this.
“Captain Irving is helping to solve one of the major challenges that teachers face,” said American Ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy.
95% of Singapore’s natural habitat is gone. Believe it or not, this makes it a great place to discuss animal conservation.
Before we reach the halfway point of our journey, I wanted to share why we are so passionate about STEM+ education.
Over the next week, our flight planners will help the Flying Classroom endure the heat of Australia before they turn around to head home.
I’ve been reflecting on the many gifts we’ve received this past week.
There was something buzzing in this city when we visited last week, and it wasn’t just the motorbikes.
The “Garden City” is full of exotic plants and animals. Help us choose which nature reserves to visit!
As the Flying Classroom moves through Southeast Asia, our flight planners will help them avoid these powerful storms.
In this city on the rise, they’re engineering much more than buildings.
Even without jet lag, sending a message home from China isn’t easy.
During our short stay, it was nice to see we aren’t the only ones dreaming big.
Captain Irving arrived in Japan on Monday morning. He can look forward to clear skies ahead.
As the Flying Classroom enters Asia, our flight planners will help them avoid ash from the recent volcanic eruption in Japan.
Our long day of flying ended with dinner at the largest sea plane base in the world!
Captain Irving doesn’t like to lose. So how did he do in his first sled dog race?
We chatted with QB Cam Newton and learned how EA Sports applies STEM to football.
On our way, we flew over Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Grand Teton National Park.
Eduardo Garcia is living proof that what doesn’t kill us, makes us stronger.
Captain Irving experiences extreme g-forces with the world’s top airshow pilot.
The Flying Classroom wasn’t the only dream launched today.
Before his departure, Captain Irving shares his vision for the Flying Classroom.