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Wednesday, March 1 • 8:30am - 3:30pm
Game of Drones!

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1.the male of the honeybee and other bees, stingless and making no honey.
2.an unmanned aircraft or ship that can navigate autonomously, without human control or beyond line of sight:
the GPS of a U.S. spy drone.
(loosely) any unmanned aircraft or ship that is guided remotely:
a radio-controlled drone.
3.a person who lives on the labor of others; parasitic loafer.
4.a drudge.
*Source: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/drone?s=t

Oh how the definition of this word has changed in such a very short amount of time. If you have never flown a drone, you need to attend this session. If you have drones but you don't know how to make them work effectively in your learning environment, this session will get you up and flying!

We will cover a wide variety of drones from those that cost under $100 to those well over the thousands or even millions (but we won't have any of those with us!)

Participants will have ample opportunity to explore, tinker and fly drones. We'll dig into how our school has found ways to integrate them across the arts and integrate a plethora of skills from language arts, math and science.

Don't be afraid, but the drones are coming! Come join the Game of Drones!

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Todd Burleson

Resource Center Director/Library Media Specialist, Hubbard Woods School
Todd Burleson is a 24 year veteran teacher who wakes up more excited than the day before to get to school. He is incredibly honored to be the 2016 School Library Journal's School Librarian of the Year! His work developing a cutting edge STEAM space has kept him busy and motivated. His curiosity is insatiable and is constantly learning!

Wednesday March 1, 2017 8:30am - 3:30pm

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