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Keywords: Area, Aerial, Weight Distribution and Photography
Subject(s): Business, Photography, Robotics, Technology, Service Learning, Geometry, Science, Life Science, Earth Science, Math
Grade 4
NETS-S Standard:
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Communication and Collaboration
  • Research and Information Fluency
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Technology Operations and Concepts
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School: Neshoba Central Elem School, Philadelphia, MS
Planned By: Nathan Sistrunk
Original Author: Nathan Sistrunk, Philadelphia
Students will watch a tutorial on how to fly drones and the safety aspects of drones. We will then go over the basics of the drone and the parts of a drone. I will then demonstrate how to fly the drone and allow students to participate in flying them safely. Over the course of the year students would be able to do activities with the Drone. Students will be able to use the drones to take pictures and use for STEM activities in and outside the classroom. If we are awarded a grant then we can purchase multiple drones and allow more students to participate in drone usage. This will greatly open their eyes to new technology and how the world is evolving.
Comments
These items will greatly benefit our school and the students of our school.
Cross-Curriculum Ideas
Science/Math/Language Arts/Social Studies
We can use drones for all subject areas and they will greatly benefit our students.
Materials: Mobile Labs, Batteries, Elementary
Other Items: 4 DJI 4 Drones, $800 each, total of $3200.00
4 DJI Batteries , $40 each, total of $160.00
4 Drone Backpacks, $50 each, total of $200.00