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    • Gerald Ardito

      Unit 4 – Break It to Make It: Learning about maker spaces through robotics

      Welcome! We are going to spend four weeks learning how to program robots and then show off what we know in a competition. For this program, we are using the mBot, an Arduino-based robot which is pretty easy to assemble and program, but which is also capable of doing some very compl...

      Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, #robotics2019

      • Gerald Ardito

        Unit 4 – Break It to Make It: Learning about maker spaces through robotics ADVANCED

        Welcome! We are going to spend a few  weeks learning how to program robots and then show off what we know in a competition. For this unit we are using the Edison Robot which is pretty easy to program, but which is also capable of doing some very complex things. Here is wh...

        Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, #robotics2019, ADVANCED

        • Skyler Metviner

          Week 1: Robotics

          I was actually quite surprised at how easy the robot was to put together. The directions were very clear and simple to follow. I was nervous, though, because I didn’t want to break anything. While I was completing the tutorials in the mBlock app, a bolt fell off, but I was able to screw it ...

          Tags: #robotics2019

          • Skyler Metviner

            Week 2: Robotics

            One sensor I wanted to try was the robot’s sense of it being picked up. I find this to be a very interesting concept because it means that the machinery can calculate the pressure put upon the wheels and determine that if there is no tension then it must be off the ground. I first started b...

            Tags: #robotics2019

            • Skyler Metviner

              Dance Competition: Video of dance, Video of log, and Reflection.

              Code: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vtq-l_QhIPPFxOzde0oIlT7LjdrUidOq/view?usp=sharing Dance: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IiK7m81hDQ8WYmFegIC-CUYQGBE0GWp8/view?usp=sharing At first, I didn’t find the Dancing task too daunting, but then I realized that I had previously...

              Tags: #robotics2019

              • Skyler Metviner

                Dealer's Choice (Painting/Drawing): Videos, Images, Descriptions, and Reflection.

                When I was first given the assignment of dealer’s choice, I was stumped as to what to do. I thought about having the mBot get through a maze, but I didn’t have anything I could use as walls. My sister suggested that I have my mBot play with my dogs, but I was scared they would step on...

                Tags: #robotics2019

                • Susan Granata

                  Edbot goes to the Club!

                  Here is the video of the EdBot dancing in his very own "Club Ed". Apologies to Genesis for borrowing their song. https://vimeo.com/333239330 Reflection: What a great little robot! It has a huge amount of capability built into its tiny little shell. The first thing that surprise...

                  Tags: #robotics2019

                  • Susan Granata

                    EdBot goes to the Club

                    Here is the video of the EdBot dancing in his very own "Club Ed". Apologies to Genesis for borrowing their song. https://vimeo.com/333239330 Reflection: What a great little robot! It has a huge amount of capability built into its tiny little shell. The first thing that surprise...

                    Tags: #robotics2019

                    • Susan Granata

                      Dealer's Choice - The wheels on the bot go round and round....

                      For the dealer's choice I wanted to move past the idea of the robot just moving around - I wanted it to be used to perform work. So I opted to make the robot stationary, and use the servos to create action on non-moving objects. In this case, I created an elevator. The obstacle sensor senses ...

                      Tags: #robotics2019

                      • Alicia Gallagher

                        Dealers Choice

                        Here is my code in EdPython for my dealers choice activity. I decided to try to trace a number to have my students then be able to trace the number ( I teach kindergarten). For some reason the number three is a popular number to write backwards in my classroom.  Here is a quick video of t...

                        Tags: #robotics2019