I've seen my students motivated like never before! Don Fitz-Roy Teacher from WNS Schools, CA
Introduce your class to drones and coding. Inspire your class with drones. Using a combination of interactive lessons, concept explanations, videos, puzzles, and DIY projects, Drones 101 teaches students to write programs that control drones. The coding activities build and reinforce STEM skills in geometry, art, math, and science. Each lesson is designed for a class period of 45-60 minutes. All student work is automatically tracked and assessed, and you'll be able to monitor their individual progress and mastery charts.
Recommended Accessories: This course requires a physical drone and a tablet (each sold separately). Once students complete each lesson, they need a tablet to try out the programs they build to control the drone. You can share one or two tablets between all students in a classroom and take turns flying the drone.
*This course is available free for any school that purchases a Classroom Bundle.
Topics Covered: Drone command library, sequencing, repetition, events, conditional logic, problem solving, and debugging.
Learn the fundamentals of becoming a drone pilot.12 activities
Learn advanced piloting maneuvers like turning and strafing.11 activities
Use the Tynker mobile app to connect to a real drone and take to the sky!6 activities
Let me take a dronie!3 activities
Draw shapes in the sky by maneuvering the drone.7 activities
Make a custom controller for the drone.5 activities
Make a custom controller that uses input from a tablet's accelerometer to steer the drone.5 activities
Fly in a curved path using the "start rotating" code blocks. Hack the real world and gamify the drone controller.6 activities
Program a virtual drone to do tricks and stunts in side-view, then try it out on the real thing.2 activities
Program a virtual drone to do tricks and stunts in a top-down view, then try it out on the real thing.3 activities
Introducing the Grabber and Cannon attachment for the Mambo Drone.7 activities