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Introduction to robotics

 www.MrSheasPage.weebly.com

Introduction to Robotics


Mr shea

Mr. Shea

  • New Jersey Institute of Technology

    • Bachelors Degree in Architecture.

    • Worked as an Architect

  • Taught 8th Grade Algebra

    • Lakeside Middle School – Pompton Lakes, NJ

  • Taught Pre-Engineering & CAD Drafting

    • Glen Rock High School & Middle School – Glen Rock, NJ

  • Other Interests

    • Hockey

    • Architecture / Engineering


Introduction to robotics

Introduction to Robotics

  • Using the LEGO Mindstorm EV3 system

  • This year…Introduction to Robotics

  • Next year… High School Robotics 1 class & Robotics Club

    • RoboCup & FIRST Robotics Challenge


Welcome

Welcome

8th Grade Robotics

Project Based Learning

Creative Problem Solving

Group Work


Robotics 8

Robotics 8

What kind of class is this?

  • A class that will allow students to design and build creative solutions to real-world problems. The course will encourage students to blend their knowledge form previous subjects such as art, math, and science to find a artistic, innovative way to solve the problem at hand.

  • Hopefully, students will gain a basic understanding of Robotics and demonstrate the tools and skills needed to successfully design and program a robot.

  • STAYING ON TASK IS IMPORTANT


What you will need for class

What You Will Need For Class

  • Folder / 3 ring binder

    • ½ or 1 inch thick, specifically for this class

    • Used for:

      • KEEP EVERYTHING RELATED TO THE CLASS AND PROJECTS.

      • Taking notes

      • Storing handouts

  • Something to write with EVERY DAY

    • Pen / Pencil

  • Creative thinking


Class website

Class Website

www.MrSheasPage.weebly.com

Information on the class.

Activity Sheets available for reprinting

Quizzes and Test


Quizzes tests

Quizzes & Tests

PRE-TEST

40 multiple choice questions

Not used as a grade

SGO Baseline

What is a Robot Quiz

10 multiple choice questions

Robot Construction & Motion

10 multiple choice questions

Robot Programming

10 multiple choice questions

Robot Sensors

10 multiple choice questions

POST-TEST

40 multiple choice questions

Used as students’ final grade for the class

SGO assessment of knowledge gained since Pre-Test.


Classwork grading

Classwork Grading

DAILY ROBOTICS LOG - 2 points per day.

1 point for what you write

1 point for what the teacher observes of you working each day.

(x 5 days = 10 points per week x 10 weeks = 100 points)

Fill in what you did each period this week.

Include everything you worked on including successes, setbacks and failures.

If you were absent or in pull-out for the day, write that.

You must use a minimum of 3 sentences. The more you write, the better your class participation grade will be.


The journey is just as important as the destination

“The JOURNEY is just as important as the DESTINATION.”

Different ways to measure a project’s success.

A creative solution to a problem/ project is just as important as a polished, finished project.

Good process = Good result

Keeping track of successes and failures

Class Notebook…DOCUMENT EVERYTHING IN YOUR DAILY JOURNAL SHEETS


Class dismissal

Class Dismissal

You are dismissed by your teacher. Not the bell.

The teacher will announce when there are 10 minutes left.

–At that ,you should begin to finish work on your project for the day, start cleaning up the classroom, and updating your daily log.

The teacher will announce when there are 5 minutes left in class.

–At that time, project work for the day should be completed, everyone should be cleaning up and updating their daily log.

– DO NOT LINE UP AT THE DOOR

Wait until you hear the teacher dismiss you.

– You will not be dismissed until everything is cleaned up and everyone is seated. If you leave before being dismissed, you will be written up.


Bottom line

  • “Act like and ADULT and

  • you will be treated like one.“

Bottom Line

Mr. Shea says:


Team building activity

Team Building Activity

Groups are randomly selected

Use only the given number of cups

Stack them on top of each other as high as you can in the taped out area

You may stand on the seat of a stationary chair.

NO STOOLS, COUNTERS, OR ROLLING CHAIRS

This Activity is meant to be challenging

Push your limits. Show the teacher what you’ve done and push it higher.

Failure is allowed. Just start again.

8th Grade Record : 25 cups

7th Grade Record: 21 cups


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