This program consists of a series of design-thinking workshops including prototyping a drone idea that can fly, swim or crawl.
Students will work in teams to investigate the role drones can play in farming and agriculture and how drones can protect eco-systems, manage resources and react to natural disasters.
Students will curate their design idea, develop a social-business logo and pitch their design. They will also develop a short pitch video entry into the ‘Design-a-Drone’ Competition for a chance to win their very own take-home drone!
This workshop is strictly limited to 30 innovative students with participants unique final creations being submitted to the highly renowned competition run by World of Drones Education.
Date: Saturday 14 August 2021
Time: 8.30am to 3.30pm
Venue: Sheldon College, Taylor Road, Sheldon 4157
Location: LINQ Precinct, MakerSpace
Suitable for: Students in Years 3 to 9
Participants are required to bring a water bottle, morning tea, lunch, a hat and wear closed-in shoes.
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