Students in Jalon Bullock’s STEM classes at New Albany High School of Career & Technical Education participate in activities using the Parrott Bebop Drone and Sky Controller. Through these activities, students have learned basic code writing and computer programming skills, as well as the theories and principles relating to flight and robotics.
This equipment was made available through funding from the Dean Provence Endowment for Excellence in Education Grant.
The Business & Marketing program at the New Albany School of Career & Technical Education received a cash register and a green screen due to funding from the Dean Provence Endowment for Excellence in Education grant program. Instructor Alison Moore submitted the grant proposals for the additional equipment during the fall semester.
Business students show off the green screen that was purchased with Endowment funds. The marketing students are required to create and video a commercial using a green screen.
Business students use the cash register that was purchased with Endowment funds. Students in marketing class learn about selling. As a project, students are required to set up a store front and “sell” items to fellow classmates.