3 votesJamie commented
I disagree. I am a school teacher in the UK who is teaching kids how drones can be programmed and the possibilities of drone technology in society. Drones are becoming more and more popular and can be used to meet genuine human needs. Think of search and rescue missions, scanning dangerous terrain, scanning areas after a natural disaster, think of emergency services such as police and fire service, how beneficial aerial drones can be to scan dangerous areas when carrying out very dangerous missions and call-outs where human lives are at stake. Think of package delivery. There are multiple opportunities which pupils can learn about and put into context. The problem solving activities that can be created using drone and STEM programmes are excellent, its teaching kids about modern day technology that we know will be used in almost every sector in the very near future.
111 votesJamie commented
Same problem. Have launched a Drone Programme in my school, purchased quite a large number of Airborne Cargo Drones purely because they could be programmed via Tickle. This is a huge set back. Has anyone had any reply from Tickle?
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