- Mission statement/syllabus
- Introduction to robotics and website requirements
- All about gears
- Your first robot
- Rubrics and Design Challenge page
- Safety Exam
- Advance Robotics
- Remote Control Tutorial
- HTML Code
- Rattlesnake bot
- Line Follower
- Parking Space
- Robotic Cockroach
- Proportional Control
- Follow the leader
- Platform 9 3/4
- Ramp Bot
- camstudio videos (T.E)
- Digital graphic organizer (T.E.)
- Student Directed Project
- Level one slate.com
- Engineering design process assessment
- Robotics Safety information
- data log activities
- Final review
- rope challenge rubrics
- Engineering Design PowerPoint
- SUMO BOT
- Sumo bot PowerPoint
- Under-carriage inspection
- skype-controlled nxt robot
- Engineering with NI labview : High school robotics activities
- project ideas
- Insight 360
- labview training CS2N
- CPT 2016 -2017
- Mit App
Are you interested in building and programming real working robots? Do you like solving problems, working in teams, and building robots that can do amazing things like, rescue a trapped miner, navigate a complex maze or play a part in the annual battle-bot competition? If so, Robotics Engineering is for you. Each day you will involve yourself with a range of challenges that call for a hands - on engineering approach. You will learn to use engineering strategies to discover acceptable solutions to proposed design challenges. The various dimensions of Robotics Engineering will engage you in learning that is both specific in its technological relevance and general in the way that the skills it requires; patience, problem solving, investigative, carry over to all facets of life and learning.
Level differentiation occurs by varying the complexity of the design challenge in terms of process and product.
The Engineering Design Process. Graphic obtained from the Massachusetts Department of Education Frameworks document
Weebly Website Requirements
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1. Portfolio Guide Reflection
1. State the assignment (problem/project) in your own words.
2. What are your input factors? (What do you need to know or do before you can begin?) Include the research you did.
3. Describe the process in detail. Explain the steps you followed in order to complete the project.
4. Describe the final output / product in detail: (what are we looking at?)
5. Describe feedback you received during the project (suggestions, comments, etc). From peers, instructor ect.. How did you use this feedback to correct issues with your project?
6. What did you learn during the assignment such as tools, skills, design concepts, software, hardware, etc? ,
7. If you were to do the project again, what would you do differently and why? Provide reasons and examples
Post all of your work from this class on your website.
Electronic Portfolio Format
Section for each course and year span
5 Sub-sections for the course (Home page +section per term)
Identifies student's first name, course and 2 academic expectations
One paragraph explanation of the site and personal goals
Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
Work in each term is displayed in chronological order
learning products/artifacts with a caption and reflective statement for each
Reflective statement follows engineering design model and our departmental template.
Site follows SBHS acceptable use policy
No contact information
No photos of students
*****INCLUDES ONLY COURSE Work ****