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Drone demo teaches students about technology, teamwork

NINETY SIX — Students and teachers walking the halls of Ninety Six High School were surprised by what looked like an 8-inch-tall mechanical eye whirring between the lockers on three wheels.

The small robot, named Dash, came to the school with Rebecca Antill, a youth services consultant with the South Carolina State Library.

Along with Dash, Antill brought plastic tubs filled with drones, puzzles and remote control vehicles to share with students at the school.

Two groups of students gathered in the school’s library Friday morning to learn about the technology and take a turn at operating it.

Jackie Rapp, a media specialist at the school, said she asked Antill to visit Ninety Six High to give the students an opportunity to learn about the technology and use it to build teamwork and communication skills.

“I just think stuff like this is good for the kids,� she said. “We need to see them in a different light at the school. I just thought this type of thing, the kids would enjoy and I saw that my thought was correct.�

In addition to flying drones and driving robots, the students also had access to a number of activities, including circuit building kits and brain teasers.

Gage Hopkins, a junior at Ninety Six High, said he enjoyed working with with the some of the activities provided.

“It was pretty fun,� he said. “It was interesting to see how different people reacted to different technologies they hadn’t been exposed to.�

Allen Cannon, a senior who drove Dash from classroom to classroom using a tablet, said he appreciated the chance to use the technology at school.

“I really like technology, so this is great for me,� he said.

Rapp said the demonstration gave the students and opportunity to work together.

“They had to learn teamwork and I think those are important skills need to be taught in school,â€� she said. “… Businesses are requiring people to work in teams and if we can help them build that skill while they’re in high school, that’s going to help them in the workforce.â€�