Cycle Web Page, 2013-14
Beginning Web Pages
Mr. Kendall's Six HTML Lessons to create a web page
EV3 tutorials from another source
Ideas for Additional Robotics Projects
Cycle A, Jan, 2013:
Before students use robots with motors and sensors, they will divide into small teams and design structures with strong structural integrity. These photos show teams from the 2011-12 school year responding to the challenge of building a "spatula arm" which projects at least 11 inches out into space and is only held onto a desk by one of the student's hands. The team then sees how many AA batteries the arm can hold, before the batteries spill or the structure breaks apart.
Congratulations to the Purple Team of Cycle D (on the right).
On April 24, 2012,they became the first group in 8 cycle groups and approximately 32 teams, to engineer a spatula arm so strong (101 batteries), that it broke a LEGO piece, but the structure did not fail!
Scratch Projects from Cycle A
|11) The Case_of_Banana_Girl_A_M||12) cat_or_dog?_A_M||13) dance_contest_S_P||14) Dr Phyllis_ K_K||15) Helicopter_Game_B_F|
|16) Marci_Caribou_K_K||17) Marci_ Kimani_K||18) monkey_zebra_N_T||19) Moon_creature_J_R||20) Outerspace_B_C|
|21) Paul_Jimmy_J_L||22) spy_rocket_car_game_B_P||23) Treasure_map_R_K|
Scratch Projects from Cycle C
| 26) ballet dance by MM
|27) Super Dragon by NV||28) Rally by PC||29) Mars Polar Lander by KC||30) Asteroid to Mars by AW|
| 31) Mars Rover drilling for Water by NV
|32) Football Genius by AS||33) The Odyssey Orbits Mars by RP||34) The Supernaturalist by MM||35) The Mars Penetrator by DJ|
|36) The Phobos-2 Orbits Mars by FJ||37) Failed Mission to Mars by VJ |
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What is a Robot? discussion
Research Web Pages on Robots in the Real World
| Assignment Schedule for sequence of skills and deadline of projects
Our course of study, which includes a list of materials and supplies needed, and classroom procedures.
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