When I first tell people that I teach programming and allow my elementary students to pilot drones in our library, they generally give me that look of confusion. The same one you might get when you envision a chimpanzee driving a car; you bet they could do it, but you sure wouldn’t want to be […]
I get asked all the time, ‘what tools do you recommend for maker spaces?’ It’s an important question because funds are precious and you want to be sure that whatever tool you add get used in the best possible way. One of my biggest hopes as an educator is to inspire students to keep learning […]
I recently presented a day long workshop on Drones in Education.
Drones. What do you think of when you hear the word drone? Do you think of Amazon dropping packages at your door, or maybe something a bit more nefarious? I guess because I’m a tech geek, I think of how I can integrate curriculum with these zippy little devices. Earlier this week I attended a […]