Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
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We offer 1-on-1 & group hands-on flight training, Part 107 exam prep sessions, and we are one of few providers who specialize in STEM education and training. More information about STEM education below.
Here's a quick overview to assist you with choosing the best training solution for your needs.
Drone Pilots 24by7 has developed programs that build understanding skills and capabilities with drones. Our students and attendees explore applications of drone technology, learning relevant drone regulations, evaluate and implement safety processes, learn basic concepts of and create hypothetical missions based on real life situations and propose ideas for its solutions. Students work in collaboration to create and improve their solutions.
Students will learn practical knowledge in the use of technology such as new software and application management on tablets. Students will learn how drones are increasingly being used in scientific research and increasingly in the provision of goods and services to communities. They will practice skills, including the collection and analysis of data. Students will also practice technical skills such as formulating problems, providing solutions, integrating, and understanding how to apply modern technology to support real world problem solving.
Drone Pilots 24by7 programs prepare students and attendees for STEM related careers such as Drones. Our STEM programs teach students to become problem solvers, innovators, creators and collaborators.
Our drone programs capture students’ attention and interest in STEM programs. They are highly engaging, inquiry-based learning opportunities that open students minds to the endless career opportunities in STEM.
What is STEM?
In an ever-changing, increasingly complex world, it's more important than ever that our nation's youth are prepared to bring knowledge and skills to solve problems, make sense of information, and know how to gather and evaluate evidence to make decisions. These are the kinds of skills that students develop in science, technology, engineering, and math, including computer science—disciplines collectively known as STEM/CS. If we want a nation where our future leaders, neighbors, and workers can understand and solve some of the complex challenges of today and tomorrow, and to meet the demands of the dynamic and evolving workforce, building students' skills, content knowledge, and literacy in STEM fields is essential. We must also make sure that, no matter where children live, they have access to quality learning environments. A child's zip code should not determine their STEM literacy and educational options. U.S. Department of Education.
STEM education goes beyond school subjects. It gives a skill set that governs the way we think and behave. Merging science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, STEM education helps us to solve the challenges the world faces today. STEM education gives people skills that make them more employable and ready to meet the current labor demand. It encompasses the whole range of experiences and skills.
Each STEM component brings a valuable contribution to a well-rounded education. Science gives learners an in-depth understanding of the world around us. It helps them to become better at research and critical thinking. Technology prepares young people to work in an environment full of high-tech innovations. Engineering allows students to enhance problem-solving skills and apply knowledge in new projects. Mathematics enables people to analyze information, eliminate errors, and make conscious decisions when designing solutions. STEM education links these disciplines into a cohesive system. Thus, it prepares professionals who can transform society with innovation and sustainable solutions.
The STEM approach to education fosters creativity and divergent thinking alongside fundamental disciplines. It motivates and inspires young people to generate new technologies and ideas. With a focus on practice and innovation, students get to learn from inquiry-based assignments. STEM education gives an understanding of concepts and encourages knowledge application. To keep it short, its aim can be formulated in two simple actions: explore and experience. Students are free to exercise what they learn and embrace mistakes in a risk-free environment. Project-based learning and problem-solving help learners to form a special mindset. Its core is in flexibility and curiosity, which equips learners to respond to real-world challenges.