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11 August 2021 A Bird's-Eye View of Using Drones in the Classroom
Samuel Naab, Emily Weigel
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Growth in the use of drones has been exponential in various fields due to their adaptable and cross-disciplinary functions. Incorporating this new technology into K–12 classrooms can be useful in engaging students and expanding their understanding of technology in the scientific workplace; however, beginners may run into challenges in designing meaningful lessons. To tackle the seemingly daunting task of using drones effectively for education, this article walks a novice instructor through various self-reflective questions in order to properly introduce a drone lesson and includes a number of resources to ensure proper safety and legal measures.

Samuel Naab and Emily Weigel "A Bird's-Eye View of Using Drones in the Classroom," The American Biology Teacher 83(6), 407-410, (11 August 2021). https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2021.83.6.407
Published: 11 August 2021
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