STEM: DRONES- SEPTEMBER, 2019
REQUIRED APPS AND DOWNLOADS FOR STEM-DRONES.
DATE Information/Activities/Projects and Assignments

WED

10/16

BELLRINGER: Mr. Ring visits to discuss the HHS DRONE VIDEO PROJECT. Here are some school websites with drone videos: Colorado State University, University of Denver, Aims Community College, Valor Christian High School.

Then, we use our CELLULAR DEVICES (you can use your desktop computer if you need to, but it will be much easier to use your phone), go to the website WOOCLAP.COM/HIGHTECH5. We will be covering Part 107 material regarding AERONAUTICAL DECISION MAKING. You will be asked to select a USERNAME. Please enter your actual name, as this will be a GRADED ASSIGNMENT. You may use your notes on this exercise.

WORK DAY: All students should have their drones and controllers connected today! If you have not yet done so, please see Mr. B. right away.

DRONE MINI-PROJECT: The DRONE/PHONE COMPARISON VIDEO PROJECT. This project should be completed by next Block Period, if not WAY sooner. This will be a graded 100 point project.

HHS DRONE VIDEO PROJECT: You also have this project assigned now, as well. Please start by creating a SHOT LIST of the videos that you want for your project. See Mr. B. or Caleb for help as an RPIC. You can go shoot video ANY TIME that you need to, as long as you have an RPIC. The longer that you wait for your outside clips, the fewer pretty leaves you will have in your video!

TUE

10/15

BELLRINGER: Complete the THREE HIGH SCHOOL DRONE VIDEOS THINKING SHEET.

We discuss our upcoming projects. Our major concern right now is the 100 Dollar Project. The delivery of this project was promised for Mr. Ring for NOVEMBER.

WORK DAY: We need to get ALL drones connected to their controllers today. If you have not yet been able to link your controller, please head over to THIS LINK and link your machine.

If you CAN link your drone, we probably took your drone on our Field Trip and we need oto and sort out our photos and videos from that day. Do we know what photos and video belongs to which students? Please put your photos and videos on your DRONE DRIVE in a FOLDER called RED_FEATHER

We need to sort out our equipment. Please gather all of your materials and pack them into your bag. You should have a controller with cable and connecting adapter, three batteries, a power bar with connecting cords, a battery charging hub and a small bag with extra cables and accessories.

MON

10/14

MR. B. IS OUT TODAY, HE WILL BE RETURNING TOMORROW.

PART 107 STUDY DAY. Today, you will be reviewing information regarding Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM), which will take up 5-6 questions on your Part 107 test. For today, you have TWO CHOICES:

  1. Review this video tutorial regaring ADM.
  2. Review this FAA study guide chapter regarding ADM

While reviewing this information, you will be TAKING CAREFUL NOTES IN YOUR NOTEBOOK, especially regarding:

  • The Risk Management Process
  • Hazardous attitudes of the pilot* (I had two questions about this on my 107)
  • Mitigating Risk
  • The PAVE Checklist
  • The DECIDE Model
  • Operational Pitfalls.

At the end of class, please TAKE A PHOTO of your notes pages and email them to Mr. B. for grading at pburkhard@weldre9.k12.co.us. This will go into the gradebook as a 25 point assignment.

TUE

10/8

BELLRINGER: It is RACE DAY! We go over the COURSE and the RULES for our drone race competition today. Here are the teams: BLUE TEAM- (RPIC is Mr. B.) Spencer, Zane, Osbaldo, Tyler. RED TEAM- (RPIC is Caleb) Alejandro, Seraphim, Chris, Crystal.

NO SPORT MODE!

HERE IS THE COURSE:

  • Take off from launch pad at the hashmark of the goal line of the football field, use proper take off techniques.
  • Do a complete IN-AIR CHECK.
  • Fly to the opposite goal posts. You need to stay on top of your hash mark line until you cross the 50 yard line.
  • You must go around the far goal post, through the middle of the goal posts, loop around the back of the goal posts and then through the TOP CENTER of the goal posts.
  • Fly to the 50 yard line on your hashmark.
  • Go to a height of EXACTLY 43 meters. Take a downward facing photograph of the last TEAM MEMBER that flew standing exactly at the 50 yard line hashmark.
  • Fly back to the launch pad. Put drone to a height of 10 meters.
  • Pass drone off to the next team member, who flies the course again. During the HANDOFF, team members will say: "YOUR AIRCRAFT" and "MY AIRCRAFT!"
  • Last of the four team members will LAND the drone as close to the center of their launch pad as possible. Use proper landing techniques.

RPICS (and ANGEL) WILL WATCH FOR FAULTS FOR BOTH TEAMS!

You will be judged on the following criteria:

  1. Overall time of course completion.
  2. Precision of your overhead photograph (it must be as close to exactly overhead as possible.)
  3. Precision of your landing on the launch pad (distance from center of launch pad will be measured.)
  4. FAULTS (missing turns on goal posts, not flying in a safe manner, forgetting to say "TAKING OFF", "LANDING," "YOUR AIRCRAFT", etc. Not reaching required height, etc.) will incur a 15 second penalty for each infraction!

WINNING TEAM WILL RECEIVE A PRIZE FOR THE FIELD TRIP TOMORROW!

FOR TODAY: We take out the AIRs out and fly our DRONE RACE TEAM CHALLENGE!

MON

10/7

BELLRINGER: Turn in your PERMISSION SLIPS at the start of class today. If your AIR is not connecting to a controller, please LEAVE THESE AT MR. B.'S DESK TODAY, so that we can connect them!

FOR TODAY: We take out the AIRs that we have that will connect and do some flying. ALL STUDENTS need to get in 10-15 minutes of flight time today, Monday and Tuesday. You will need to get used to the machine, how it handles and HOW TO TAKE VIDEO AND PHOTOS. Our flights will include a PRE-FLIGHT CHECKLIST, IN FLIGHT CHECK and a short mission to take some PHOTOGRAPHS.

AIR RULES:

  1. You MUST have an RPIC and a VO monitoring your flight at all times.
  2. You must complete the FULL CHECKLIST each time you put the plane in the air.
  3. You MUST use a launch pad for all flights.
  4. You MUST fly in a safe and responsible manner.
  5. You will NOT fly in SPORTS MODE unless you have permission from Mr. B.

If you do not complete any of the preceding, you will be back on TELLO duty for a period of at least ONE MONTH.

FRI

10/4

BELLRINGER: We hand out the permission slips for our Field Trip next Wednesday. We will leave at 8:00 a.m. and be back at around 3:00 p.m. We will be going to Red Feather Lakes for some drone flying. I NEED YOUR PERMISSION SLIP SIGNED AND RETURNED BY MONDAY! We will be taking our own lunches, drinks, food and snacks. Bring WARM CLOTHES and SUNSCREEN!

FOR TODAY:We take out the AIRs that we have that will connect and do some flying. ALL STUDENTS need to get in 10-15 minutes of flight time today, Monday and Tuesday. You will need to get used to the machine, how it handles and HOW TO TAKE VIDEO AND PHOTOS. Our flights will include a PRE-FLIGHT CHECKLIST, IN FLIGHT CHECK and a short mission to take some PHOTOGRAPHS.

AIR RULES:

  1. You MUST have an RPIC and a VO monitoring your flight at all times.
  2. You must complete the FULL CHECKLIST each time you put the plane in the air.
  3. You MUST use a launch pad for all flights.
  4. You MUST fly in a safe and responsible manner.
  5. You will NOT fly in SPORTS MODE unless you have permission from Mr. B.

If you do not complete any of the preceding, you will be back on TELLO duty for a period of at least ONE MONTH.

WED

10/2

BELLRINGER: FIRST- we need to check and see if it is OK to go out and fly today. Please use your resources and determine whether or not we can go out by checking precipitation and cloud cover. Bring Mr. B. a piece of paper with your name and your answer to this question!

SECOND- We also need to do some housecleaning, so we put our TELLOs together and place them back in their boxes, complete with their batteries and chargers.

FOR TODAY:

We take out the AIRs and connect them to our machines. We will do some practicing regarding the use of the CAMERA and GIMBLE in class, then we will head out for some short flights. These flights will include a PRE-FLIGHT CHECKLIST, IN FLIGHT CHECK and a short mission to take some PHOTOGRAPHS. If we are not able to fly outside, we will be taking off and doing checklists in the Aux Gym.

THIS IS A DIFFERENT GAME THAN FLYING TELLOS!

  1. You MUST have an RPIC and a VO monitoring your flight at all times.
  2. You must complete the FULL CHECKLIST each time you put the plane in the air.
  3. You MUST use a launch pad for all flights.
  4. You MUST fly in a safe and responsible manner.
  5. You will NOT fly in SPORTS MODE unless you have permission from Mr. B.

If you do not complete any of the preceding, you will be back on TELLO duty for a period of at least ONE MONTH.

TUE

10/1

BELLRINGER: No Bellringers today, we only have a half of an hour.

FOR TODAY:

PART 107 Lecture: We will spend time today reviewing some of our 107 Video Study Guide (starting at about the 56:00 minute mark). This part of the video pertains specifically to material regarding AIRPORTS, then some information regarding SECTIONAL CHARTS and METARS AND TAFS.

MON

9/30

BELLRINGER: We review our HHS BY AIR videos from last week!

FOR TODAY:

PART 107 Lecture: We will spend time today reviewing some of our 107 Video Study Guide (starting at about the 56:00 minute mark). This part of the video pertains specifically to material regarding AIRPORTS, then some information regarding SECTIONAL CHARTS and METARS AND TAFS.

FRI

9/27

BELLRINGER: Our stickers are in! Each student may select ONE (for now) sticker to decorate their Mavic AIRS. We are also going to sort out our AIRs, their contents and their cords and get their batteries charged, so that we can start flying next week.

We also get our FFA REGISTRATION CARDS for our AIRS.

FOR TODAY: We watch some movies made for the HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO PROJECT.

WED

9/25

BELLRINGER: No bellringers for today, please work on your Video or your Programming, both are due today. See Mr. B. for your Programming Examination before the end of the first half of class!

FOR TODAY:

MON

9/21

BELLRINGER: A funny drone video to get us going for the week, then, we get ready for some 107 notetaking!

FOR TODAY:

PART 107 Lecture: We will spend time today reviewing some of our 107 Video Study Guide (starting at about the 42:00 minute mark). This part of the video pertains specifically to SECTIONAL CHARTS- ICONS, AIRPORT DATA, PROHIBITED AND RESTRICTED AREAS, LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE. We may have time to start the material regarding AIRPORTS, we will see.

FRI

9/20

BELLRINGER: No Bellringers for today. Please work on editing your VIDEO FOOTAGE from your TELLO for the HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO.

NOTE: OUR DRONE DRIVES SHOULD NOW SHOW UP WHEN YOU LOG IN!

WORK DAY: We need to complete our TELLO projects. Please work on your HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO and TELLO PROGRAMMING PROJECT. For the HHS BY AIR VIDEO, I will be grading as follows:

  • TITLE and CREDITS (including MUSIC ATTRIBUTION), music, 10 different video clips, smooth transitions that fit music= A on project.
  • TITLE and CREDITS (including MUSIC ATTRIBUTION), music, between 3 and 9 video clips, transitions= B or C
  • TITLE and CREDITS (including MUSIC ATTRIBUTION), music, at least one video clip, transitions= D
  • No Title, No Credits, No MUSIC ATTRIBUTION, no music, no video clips, no transitions= Failing grade.

PLEASE NOTE that I am now asking that you DEMONSTRATE the SNAKE MISSION PROGRAM to Mr. B. by next WEDNESDAY. If you DRONEBLOCKS is not working with your TELLO, please complete your programming with your computer. SHARE or SCREEN SHOT the SNAKE MISSION and get it to Mr. B. by Wednesday.

WED

9/18

BELLRINGER: First, we review a TON of information regarding our DRONE DRIVES and Part 107 Materials.

Then, we use our CELLULAR DEVICES (you can use your desktop computer if you need to, but it will be much easier to use your phone), go to the website WOOCLAP.COM/HIGHTECH4. We will be covering Part 107 material regarding PHYSICS and AIRSPACE. You will be asked to select a USERNAME. Please enter your actual name. You may use your notes on this exercise.

SECOND HALF OF THE DAY: We need to complete our TELLO projects. Please work on your HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO and TELLO PROGRAMMING PROJECT. PLEASE NOTE that I am now asking that you DEMONSTRATE the SNAKE MISSION PROGRAM to Mr. B. by next WEDNESDAY.

TUE

9/17

BELLRINGER: NO BELLRINGER TODAY, please work on your projects.

FOR TODAY: We need to complete our TELLO projects. Please work on your HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO and TELLO PROGRAMMING PROJECT. PLEASE NOTE that I am now asking that you DEMONSTRATE the SNAKE MISSION PROGRAM to Mr. B. by next WEDNESDAY.

MON

9/16

BELLRINGER: We review a Colorado drone video and discuss our first Field Trip.

FOR TODAY:

PART 107 Lecture: We will spend time today reviewing some of our 107 Video Study Guide (starting at about the 23:00 minute mark). This part of the video pertains specifically to PHYSICS on the 107, which will make up about 5-8 questions on your test. ALL STUDENTS WILL TAKE NOTES!

FRI

9/13

BELLRINGER: We review our upcoming projects and when they are due.

TODAY: We continue to get our video shots for our HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO. When you have 4-5 clips today, return to the Tech Lab and download your clips to your DRONE DRIVE FOLDER.

Then, review the VIDEO TUTORIALS regarding the OPENSHOT program from the HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO PROJECT SHEET and begin placing your video clips into your project. This project will be due on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd.

The TELLO PROGRAMMING PROJECT is also going to be due that week for all students. We will have a TELLO PROGRAMMING TEST on SEPTEMBER 25th, during our block period. PLEASE BE READY FOR THIS. If you have an APPLE phone, see Mr. B. for help connecting your TELLO to DRONEBLOCKS!

WED

9/11

BELLRINGER: Using your CELLULAR DEVICE (you can use your desktop computer if you need to, but it will be much easier to use your phone), go to the website WOOCLAP.COM/HIGHTECH1. You will be asked to select a USERNAME. For this quiz, please enter your actual name. This will be a graded exercise, not a competition, but you may use your notes for the quiz.

For your reference, please see the figures below:

SECOND HALF OF TODAY: We continue to get our video shots for our HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO. Please head out onto the campus today with your VO (listed below) and take footage so that you have at least 4-5 QUALITY 5-10 second video clips for your project. You will receive the best results if you are flying near to your controller and flying SLOWLY.

When you have 4-5 clips today, return to the Tech Lab and download your clips to your DRONE DRIVE FOLDER.

Then, review the VIDEO TUTORIALS regarding the OPENSHOT program from the HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO PROJECT SHEET and begin placing your video clips into your project:

  • PILOT/VO PAIRINGS: Chris/Tyler, Zane/Spencer, Seraphim/Alejandro, Osbaldo/Crystal, Caleb/Mr. B./Matt and Angel

TUE

9/10

BELLRINGER: We review the missing landscape video from yesterday as an inspiration for ou upcoming HHS BY AIR project: 2019 Drone Shots.

We discuss the SHOT LIST grades that went into the gradebook yesterday. Many students either did not turn this in or did not list HOW they were going to get this shot.

Mr. B. has to know who can access and who can't. Please complete the IS MY COMPUTER WORKING? THINKING SHEET at the start of class today.

FOR TODAY: We need to start getting our video shots for our HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO. Please head out onto the campus today with your VO (listed below) and begin getting your shots. Please treat EACH CLIP as a separate mission, going through the checklist, etc. Please make sure you are getting only 5-10 second video clips.

  • PILOT/VO PAIRINGS: Chris/Tyler, Zane/Spencer, Seraphim/Alejandro, Osbaldo/Crystal, Caleb (please work with anyone that needs help)
  • Mr. B./Matt/Angel: Will be working on SKILLS TESTS in the Tech Lab today.

MON

9/9

BELLRINGER: We review some landscape videography as an inspiration for ou upcoming HHS BY AIR project:

We begin work on your HHS BY AIR PROJECT by reviewing our new DRONE DRIVES: Here are the drive assignments:

  • M: Borunda, Burkhard, Castillo
  • N: Clark, Johnson, Marquez-Puente
  • O: Robinson, Smith, Vergara-Luna
  • P: Volkerts, Wertz

You all have two folders in your drives- a MUSIC folder and a VIDEO_CLIPS folder. Go check out some of our music websites:

Find a music clip of 1-3 minutes for your HHS BY AIR video. DOWNLOAD it and save it to your MUSIC FOLDER.

FOR TODAY:

PART 107 Lecture: We will spend time today reviewing some of our 107 Video Study Guide. This part of the video pertains specifically to NUMBERS on the 107. ALL STUDENTS WILL TAKE NOTES!

FRI

9/6

BELLRINGER: No bellringer today, we have too much to do. I only have a DRONE SELFIE and/or a SHOT LIST for our upcoming HHS BY AIR PROJECT from one person. I need these from everyone today.

FOR TODAY: I still need to see skills tests fromAngel and Matt.

OUR CURRENT ASSIGNMENTS: Once a student has completed and passed their two skills tests and I feel that they are safe and capable flyers, they will be allowed to take their TELLOs outside the building to work on DRONE PROJECTS.

OUR FIRST THREE DRONE PROJECTS:

  • DUE TODAY- The HHS DRONE SELFIE Assignment: Students will take a photograph of themselves from their TELLO which shows THEMSELVES and HHS (any area is fine). Drone must be at a height of at least 20 feet. CREATIVITY ENCOURAGED! 25 point assignment, due by FRIDAY of this week.
  • EXTRA HHS SHOTS: Mr. Baker is asking for photographs of life at HHS. If we could produce a few good drone photographs that could be used on the front page of the school website, I will be willing to give EXTRA CREDIT for the best two photographs of this type. Although a "Front of the Building" photo would be fine, I would like to see some other creative photos of HHS, as well.
  • TELLO PROGRAMMING: Complete all units of the "Introduction to Tello Drone Programming" course, as well as an independent MISSION that includes VARIABLES and/or LOGIC. Due at the end of NEXT WEEK.
  • The HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO: Students will create an HHS DRONE VIDEO, complete with music, transitions, titles and credits and at least 10 drone video shots, all using their TELLO. Project due in 2-3 weeks. Worth 100 points. TO BEGIN THIS PROJECT, head out onto the HHS Campus and find AT LEAST 10 different locations for drone video shots of 5-7 seconds in length, using a REVEAL shot. WRITE THESE DOWN and SUBMIT THEM TO MR. B. This will be the first part of this project and will be worth 25 points! DUE TODAY!

WED

9/4

BELLRINGER (EXTENDED): Let's try this again. Mr. Baker has fixed our DRONEBLOCKS issue. In addition, we have also now located the online program blocks, seen here https://dev.droneblocks.io/tello.html. This lets us do our programming on the computer, then save our mission, log in with our phone, download the mission and fly, without having to try to program on a tiny phone screen.

For today, I would like students to complete the first FOUR units in the "Introduction to Tello Drone Programming Course"- 1) Overview of Tello and DRONEBLOCKS, 2) HELLO WORLD, 3) A BOX MISSION and 4) LOOP AND FLIP.

TO START:

  • PLEASE INSTALL THE APP DRONEBLOCKS ONTO YOUR PHONE.
  • Then, head over to the ONLINE DRONEBLOCKS COURSES. Please register for the "Introduction to Tello Drone Programming" (on the second row of classes, use your school email address).
  • When you are registered, use the https://dev.droneblocks.io/tello.html link to begin working on your units. Save your mission(s) when you are done.
  • Once you have saved your mission online, open your DRONEBLOCKS app on your phone and log in. Then, download your mission, connect your TELLO and LAUNCH!

TO CONNECT DRONEBLOCKS TO YOUR TELLO:

  1. OPEN the DRONEBLOCKS APP. Make sure that you have an internet connection, either cellular or WIFI. This app acts funny if it does not have an initial internet connection.
  2. DOWNLOAD any SAVED MISSIONS that you need for your flight.
  3. You do not need to go into Airplane mode!
  4. Turn on your TELLO, wait for flashing yellow "Connect to Wifi" lights.
  5. In the upper right corner of the DRONEBLOCKS app, click on the CONNECT TO TELLO/TELLO button.
  6. If prompted, click CONNECT TO TELLO.
  7. Go to your phone SETTINGS and connect to your TELLO using WIFI. This will disconnect any current WIFI connection.
  8. Your green lights on your TELLO should flash, indicating connection. If you do not see a connection, click back into your DRONEBLOCKS app and hit the TELLO button again.
  9. Execute your MISSION!

FOR TODAY: I still need to see skills tests from Seraphim, Osbaldo, Angel and Matt.

OUR CURRENT ASSIGNMENTS: Once a student has completed and passed their two skills tests and I feel that they are safe and capable flyers, they will be allowed to take their TELLOs outside the building to work on DRONE PROJECTS.

OUR FIRST THREE DRONE PROJECTS:

  • DUE THIS WEEK- The HHS DRONE SELFIE Assignment: Students will take a photograph of themselves from their TELLO which shows THEMSELVES and HHS (any area is fine). Drone must be at a height of at least 20 feet. CREATIVITY ENCOURAGED! 25 point assignment, due by FRIDAY of this week.
  • EXTRA HHS SHOTS: Mr. Baker is asking for photographs of life at HHS. If we could produce a few good drone photographs that could be used on the front page of the school website, I will be willing to give EXTRA CREDIT for the best two photographs of this type. Although a "Front of the Building" photo would be fine, I would like to see some other creative photos of HHS, as well.
  • TELLO PROGRAMMING: Complete all units of the "Introduction to Tello Drone Programming" course, as well as an independent MISSION that includes VARIABLES and/or LOGIC. Due at the end of NEXT WEEK.
  • The HHS BY AIR DRONE VIDEO: Students will create an HHS DRONE VIDEO, complete with music, transitions, titles and credits and at least 10 drone video shots, all using their TELLO. Project due in 2-3 weeks. Worth 100 points. TO BEGIN THIS PROJECT, head out onto the HHS Campus and find AT LEAST 10 different locations for drone video shots of 5-7 seconds in length, using a REVEAL shot. WRITE THESE DOWN and SUBMIT THEM TO MR. B. This will be the first part of this project and will be worth 25 points! DUE BY FRIDAY!

TUE

9/3

BELLRINGER (EXTENDED): Slightly bad news about our Mavic Air Skins. However, all of the other Mavic Air stuff has been taken care of, all we need to do is charge their batteries and they are ready to fly.

PLEASE INSTALL THE APP DRONEBLOCKS ONTO YOUR PHONE. Then, head over to the ONLINE DRONEBLOCKS COURSES. Please register for the "Introduction to Tello Drone Programming" (on the second row of classes, use your school email address). When you are registered, please work through the first THREE units on this course to begin programming your TELLO. We will eventually complete all of these units and may even move on to the Advanced Drone Programming Course, if students are interested.

TO CONNECT DRONEBLOCKS TO YOUR TELLO:

  1. OPEN the DRONEBLOCKS APP. Make sure that you have an internet connection, either cellular or WIFI. This app acts funny if it does not have an initial internet connection.
  2. You do not need to go into Airplane mode!
  3. Turn on your TELLO, wait for flashing yellow "Connect to Wifi" lights.
  4. In the upper right corner of the DRONEBLOCKS app, click on the CONNECT TO TELLO/TELLO button.
  5. If prompted, click CONNECT TO TELLO.
  6. Go to your phone SETTINGS and connect to your TELLO using WIFI. This will disconnect any current WIFI connection.
  7. Your green lights on your TELLO should flash, indicating connection. If you do not see a connection, click back into your DRONEBLOCKS app and hit the TELLO button again.

ONCE YOU HAVE YOUR ACCOUNT: You can use https://dev.droneblocks.io/tello.html to do your programming on the computer. As long as you LOG IN and then SAVE your missions, you can then LOG IN on your phone and access saved missions there.

FOR TODAY: If anyone would like to go through their CHECKLIST and SKILLS test today in the classroom, I would be willing to do that.

UPCOMING ASSIGNMENTS: Over the next week, ALL STUDENTS need to schedule times to meet with me during class or on their own time to complete a CHECKLIST TEST and a DRONE SKILLS TEST. Once a student has completed and passed these two tests and I feel that they are safe and capable flyers, they will be allowed to take their TELLOs outside the building to work on DRONE PROJECTS.

OUR FIRST THREE DRONE PROJECTS:

  • DUE THIS WEEK- The HHS DRONE SELFIE Assignment: Students will take a photograph of themselves from their TELLO which shows THEMSELVES and HHS (any area is fine). Drone must be at a height of at least 20 feet. CREATIVITY ENCOURAGED! 25 point assignment, due by FRIDAY of this week.
  • TELLO PROGRAMMING: Complete all units of the "Introduction to Tello Drone Programming" course, as well as an independent MISSION that includes VARIABLES and/or LOGIC. Due at the end of NEXT WEEK.
  • The HHS DRONE VIDEO: Students will create an HHS DRONE VIDEO, complete with music, transitions, titles and credits and at least 10 drone video shots, all using their TELLO. Project due in 2-3 weeks. Worth 100 points. TO BEGIN THIS PROJECT, head out onto the HHS Campus and find AT LEAST 10 different locations for drone video shots of 5-7 seconds in length, using a REVEAL shot. WRITE THESE DOWN and SUBMIT THEM TO MR. B. This will be the first part of this project and will be worth 25 points! DUE BY FRIDAY!