GREEN BAY, Wis. — "You learn more advanced technology that's fun to engage with and interact with," said seventh grader Micah Flannigon.
Middle schoolers, got the first look and feel of these new gadgets, "this is a new technology our students here at summer school are practicing driving them, getting all the bugs worked out," said Flannigon.
Roborts, drones, controllers, and everything in between. Students are doing hands on learning.
"I like being with the people, this class isn't just about drones, it's about socializing," said sixth grader, Jake Sharp.
Freshman, Julieta Solis said she's even become more confident, "this has helped me be more concentrated on things I need to focus on."
Tech instructor Mike Flannigon said these will be a great tool for students, so our students who are more engaged in class will be able to participate more, do better in class, and be better successful in class overall."
These drones and robots will be used at Preble High School over the fall, leaders say these will be used for students who may not be able to make it to class for whatever reason, and for those who want to advance their learning.
Countless resources enhancing a students learning and making it more fun and effective, is the goal for all teachers.