Now that we have a better understanding of how to fly the drone using the Tello App, we will use those skills to create a course using the Engineering Design Process.
Your teacher will split you up into different teams, and you will use the materials provided by your teacher. With those materials, you will create an obstacle course of your own that your drone can fly through, over, under and around. You will have two full sessions to work on your course, and your peers will try it out afterward to give you feedback. You will use that feedback to improve your course and test it again.
You finished the steps of the Engineering Design Process! Now you will share your course with your peers. There are some tips below to help you have the best experience possible testing out your peer’s courses and having them test yours:
Going through each course, peers will share their feedback about your course. Be sure to take notes and remember that we are being kind with our feedback and giving ideas on what could be better. Here are some examples of good and bad feedback:
—>This is voicing how you felt during the course, where you found difficulties, and including what you liked about the course.
—>This is not kind or constructive feedback. It does not tell the team exactly what the problem was and makes it hard to know what needs to be improved when talking about the hula hoop.
Now that you have your feedback from your peers make improvements on your course. You will get one session to make improvements and test out your course again.