There is a growing collection of awesome YouTube videos for teachers who are wanting to teach using drones, particularly in the DigiTech (Digital Technologies) curriculum.
@DrCathBall has a World of Drones channel that I’ve just been watching, and here are some of my recommendations.
Intro to Digitech videos through "Education Super Panel"
A series of videos include a panel with the amazing @Anna (Anna Kinnane from the QCT), Glen Watt from IMPACT, and Nicola Flanagan, from Oakleigh State School.
The first video is an introduction to the digitech curriculum in a very practical way–with insights into what teachers are doing in the classroom with things like robotics:
The second video is all about myths in digitech, and talks about how it’s so much more than coding:
The third video gets into the use of digital technologies within digitech:
Videos about drones
How to run a “Design a Drone” class in which students think of ways that a drone can solve an urgent problem:
Drone flight physics: getting in concepts like yaw, pitch, and roll. A real help for any teacher trying to get their head around how drones work:
The list of videos keeps growing (and free for everyone: Catherine, like me, is an academic doing this to support the teaching profession): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnSf2DXudhAHYDx2gS1z6Fg