Drones and Coding

June 12-16, 2023 (Session I) - (SOLD OUT) | June 26-30, 2023 (Session II) | 9 am to 3 pm

Interested in Drones? Come join us on a week-long journey on analyzing the intricate part drones play on our society and the importance they have on our future. This workshop will focus on aeronautics, hardware, movement, photography, and most importantly coding for autonomous flight.

Cost: $425 Early Bird. $475  after April 21, 2023
Ages: Students entering 7th-9th grades in the fall of 2023

Lunch is included!

Session I
Instructor: Kenyatta Weathersby

Kenyatta Weathersby is a San Francisco native and currently a Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Skyline Community College . He is a graduate of San Francisco State University, where he majored in Pure Mathematics. He later earned a Master’s degree in Statistics from California State University, East Bay. Mr. Weathersby enjoys mountain biking and snowboarding/skiing. He is dedicated to serving the Bay Area community through math.

Session II
Instructor: Dabney Standley

Standley's background includes six years of teaching, right out of college, at independent schools on the East coast, followed by twenty years working for high technology companies. His work with tech companies began in graduate school at NYU where he consulted for Verizon's research and development division prototyping possible uses of digital technology in the classroom. Before returning to teaching many years later, he led product development projects, honed corporate strategies, and consulted for a number of companies, including Apple, McGraw-Hill, and SRI International, as well as a couple of UK-based start-up companies. Having taken twenty years to figure out how and when to return to the classroom, Standley is now in his 11th year at SHC and is still thrilled to be back teaching. He is the Director of the Inquiry and Innovation Program, teaches computer programming and history classes, and is a faculty advisor to the Student Launch Initiative.

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