Curriculum and Robots for STEM, Physical Science, Engineering, Computer Science, Coding, Mechatronics, Electronics, and Robotics programs Grades 8-10 - Middle or High School.
Reinforce Physical Science and Math while teaching Electronics and Coding with the Boe-Bot Robot and Exploring Robotics with Electronics Curriculum.
Turn-Key, active, online, hands-on learning.
Now any math, science, or technology teacher can teach with fun robots! No engineering or programming experience required; just a few hours of online training with technical support available when you need it.
3D models provide step by step instructions for Hands-on robot building activities.
Video presentations for quick comprehension of mechanics, electronics, and engineering concepts.
Simulation of robot with 3D CAD.
Flexible lesson plans with worksheets and quizzes for 18, 36, or more weeks.
Online lessons can be viewed on tablets or other devices. Windows computer is required to program the robot. (This is a great use for older desktop or laptops).
Students work alone or in teams of 2 or 3. Students are actively engaged in lab activities with this package. They assemble, program, and control the Boe-Bot robot from Parallax.com (one of the most popular educational robots in the world).
Great for middle school physical science, elective courses, technical schools, after school programs, robot merit badges, job training, and entry-level course for Electronics, Engineering, Mechatronics, or Technology programs.
Use to teach Nature of Energy, Velocity, Force, Unbalanced force, as well as Electronics principles - circuits, flow of electricity, resistance, capacitance, light waves, sound waves, electromagnetic waves, microcontrollers and more.
Basic language is a great entry to text-based coding. Teaches concepts of control, conditions, loops, variables, functions, and more with a fun robot.
SELF-PACED Curriculum Features:
24 Video presentations with over 13 hours of exciting videos that teach about robots in real world, technology history, systems, motors, sensors, ROVs, and much more!.
Activities with Worksheets and Videos to accompany the Parallax Boe-Bot provide an introduction to each chapter and 3D models with step by step instructions on how to assemble the robot and place electronic components in the breadboard.
Code-Assist software to help students learn programming commands and avoid typing errors.
Videos provide electronics background information about resistors, breadboards, schematics, input and output, and power flow.
Comprehensive Curriculum Features
Easy to implement in your class....
Modular online lessons (50-55 minutes)
Student e-books (printable)
Worksheets for each lesson (Word docs)
Hands-on Project based robot activities
Engaging content-rich videos
Step by step instruction with 3D models
Quiz questions and answer keys (Word Docs)
Web links and Interactive Learning
Flexible Lesson Plans and printed Teacher Guides
Grading Rubrics and Assessments
Incorporates Engineering Design into lessons
Career exploration videos and assignments
Recommended - by teachers, students, and parents
for ages 13 and up,
for boyscouts robot badge,
for robotics clubs,
for applying STEM, physics, and common core math concepts,
for reaching technology literacy (STL) benchmarks,
for CTE tracks - STEM, Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, and Manufacturing,
for SKILLS USA - Electronics, Mechatronics, and Engineering