Sustainable forests are managed using a variety of digital systems including drone and satellite technologies. This unit has been designed in modules to cater for equipment access, time constraints, and curriculum requirements. Over In the entire unit, students will learn the different ways that digital systems assist Australian forestry workers, design and implement their own drone mission to solve a forestry problem, and design and create a game-like app to reinforce understanding of drone mapping and STEM concepts.
Learn what digital systems are used in forestry and apply understanding to a simulated forestry problem.
Research ways that Australian forests were managed in the past.
Research the ways digital systems assist Australian forestry workers to manage the forest environments that provide sustainable resources for society.
Conduct a case study of a forestry worker and create a biography to explain how she uses digital systems to assist in her work.
Define, design, and implement a flight path for a drone in a simulated forest environment.
Define, design, and implement a visually programmed drone app.
Share apps with an authentic audience.
All units of work designed and created by She Maps are linked to the Australian Curriculum across multiple learning areas both inside and outside the STEM-identified subjects. By using these programs you help to equip your students with the necessary STEM skills and knowledge that will enable them to engage with the careers of the future. Working in collaboration with schools we set out to achieve the five strategies of action outlined in the Australian STEM education strategy.
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