A new report from Samsung’s Alternative Careers Guide, released back in August 2020 discovered that 16-to-18-year-olds are no longer interested in traditional jobs such as becoming an accountant, teacher or lawyer. Instead, they sparked more interest in digital roles – with a drone operator being amongst the top ten most popular dream careers. Over recent years, it has become increasingly common for teachers to utilise interactive learning tools such as drones within the classroom.
By welcoming drones into the classroom, teachers have a new way of making learning more fun, innovative and interactive for children. Drones also provide students with the opportunity to learn about technology that they may wish to base their future career on. Below we have listed 10 ways drones are being utilised by teachers across the world. Jess Brown • 24th August 2020