We, Robots. Or Encounter at FarPoint A problem-solving simulation By Mary Mellon. FarPoint Mission. L.A.R.R.-E. must successfully navigate a “canyon” maze
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L.A.R.R.-E. must successfully navigate a “canyon” maze
L.A.R.R.-E. must successfully locate a light source (robogold) on a black stripe located on the “plain” after leaving the canyon. The robot will stop when it “discovers” the robogold and play a sound to indicate that it has found the correct place.
Programmers will be allowed to change programs only once during their Mission trial. They will not be allowed to make any physical changes to their design of L.A.R.R.-E. once they start the trial. Limited repairs will be allowed.
As a result of activities in grades 5-8, all students will develop the abilities to do scientific inquiry, be able to demonstrate how scientific inquiry is applied, and develop understandings about scientific inquiry.
As a result of activities in grades 5-8, all students will demonstrate abilities of technological design and understandings about science and technology.