Tuesday, July 16 or Wednesday, July 17
Deseret UAS is teaming up with Utah State University's (USU) ROAVcoptersand Women and Drones to provide a 1-day (7 hour) class that gives teachers the necessary skills to integrate drones into their elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. Participants of this unique training opportunity will be eligible for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits.
Interactive discussions and hands-on flying will be taught by Sharon Rossmark, MBA, FAA Certified Remote Drone Pilot and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Women and Drones. Ms. Rossmark is also the co-author of several drone books for children and has traveld the world speaking at events/venues such as the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. and at the World of Drones Congress in Brisbane, Australia.
Ms. Rossmark focuses her instruction on collaborating with the community through educational programs that incorporate drones into STEM programming for youth. In addition to Ms. Rossmark's instruction, USU ROAVCopters representatives will instruct participants on how to get schools registered and prepared for STEM drone tournaments.
Register for the training on either Tuesday, July 16th OR Wednesday, July 17th.
- To understand how drones are changing the world
- To learn about careers in the UAS industry
- To gain clear understanding of considerations in buying drones for the classroom
- To gain familiarity with a number of different uses for drones within today's society
- To learn how drones can be used within a classroom setting to achieve a range of learning goals and problem-solving skills
- To understand the national safety regulations of drone operations and to be able to confidently conduct safety checks on the equipment and learning space
- To learn how to operate a micro-drone
- Participating in ROAVCopters STEM drone tournaments
Participants can bring own drone or purchase a Tello Ryze EDU $129 by clicking here:
Deseret UAS Xperience Center
156 N 2000 E Suite 110
Date: Tuesday, July 16 or Wednesday, July 17
Time: 9am - 4pm
Registration fee: $395, includes materials
Class size is limited to 30 participants
Who should attend?
· Elementary, middle school and high school teachers
· Robotics club leaders