#DronesinEd – remotely piloted aircraft in the non-STEM curriculum

Is there a place for drones in the non-STEM curriculum? While drones are a great way to develop students' technical skills they also have a place within non-STEM subjects. I particularly like the idea of using drones for kinesthetic mapping in social studies (hat tip Heather Wolpert-Gawron). That said, the current CASA guidelines stipulate that drones ...

On hardware and software selection…

Graham Stanley has created an excellent checklist to guide teachers in integrating technology into their classroom practice which I find particularly useful when combined with The Principles for Digital Development ("The Principles", n.d.) e.g.: Design with the User/ Reuse and Improve: make use of devices that people already have; Understand the Existing Ecosystem: much better on ...