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Drone Club Kit Teaching Resource

$39.00

Description

Start your drone education program by launching a Drone Club at your school.

Our Drone Club teaching resource provides you with everything you need to run a successful drone club. It includes information, teaching resources, advice and planning, to make the role of the Drone Club Coordinator easier.

This teaching resource includes 30 Lessons, Safety Guide & Safety Posters.

Types of lessons included in the Drone Club Kit:

The 30 activities in this kit will support students to explore a range of 21st-century skills, including critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, communication, information literacy, media literacy, digital literacy, flexibility, leadership, initiative, productivity and social skills.

 

Manual Activities Coded Activities Design and Beyond Activities
  • Obstacle Course
  • Drone Baseball
  • Simon Says
  • Blind Folded Pilot
  • Treasure Hunt
  • Search & Rescue
  • Battleship
  • Target Practice
  • Golden Drone
  • Photography
  • Aerial Survey
  • Obstacle Course
  • Drone Baseball
  • Drone Choreography
  • I-Spy
  • Eagle Eyes
  • Cinematography
  • Tight Squeeze
  • Search & Rescue
  • Relays
  • Advanced Coding Activities
  • Safety Poster Design
  • Drones for the Future
  • Microdrone Attachment
  • Propeller Challenge
  • GIS Treasure Hunts
  • Stepping Out Code
  • Dronie App
  • Drone Drop
  • Invent a New Drone Challenge

Starting a Drone Club is a fantastic way to increase interest and engagement in drones for both your students and fellow teachers.

All units of work designed and created by She Maps are linked to the Australian Curriculum across multiple learning areas both inside and outside the STEM-identified subjects. By using these programs you help to equip your students with the necessary STEM skills and knowledge that will enable them to engage with the careers of the future.  Working in collaboration with schools we set out to achieve the five strategies of action outlined in the Australian STEM education strategy.