The entire simulation experience connected to an opinion writing piece that students would be working on next, stating whether or not they believe that drones are valuable to society. From their own simulation experience, students were able to talk through various problems that could be presented. For example, students who were simulating the use of a drone to deliver pizza discovered that drone flight is not always stable, due to user control issues or wind factors. They realized that this could cause the pizza to tilt from side to side, which could cause the cheese to slide to one side or to get stuck to the box. They also recognized the difficulty of accurate landings, especially with unpredictable wind, and students worried that the pizza might accidentally be delivered to a neighboring house instead. Students took these valuable observations and more away from the simulation in order to write their opinion essays, and, as you can imagine, they are itching to get back outside with the drones for another experience soon!