Introduction to Engineering and Robotics!
LINK to Class Survey
LINK FOR LIGHTBOT
Link to Building
IF you finish your INTRODUCTION to Bridges Quest, try this:
|Description of Assignment||Date Assigned||Date Due|
|Class Procedures (read and sign)
||Feb 9, 2016
||Feb 12, 2016
|Field of Engineering Poster
||Feb 10, 2016||Feb 12, 2016|
|Structures and Forces Webquest
||Feb 22, 2016
||Feb 24, 2016|
|Balsa Wood Cube
||Feb 24, 2016||Feb 29, 2016
|Gliders||March 2, 2016||March 7|
||March 9, 2016
|3D Design and Write Up||March 14, 2016||March 22|
|Pringles Challenge||March 23, 2016
|Bridge Challenge||March 29, 2016
|Gear Challenge||April 13||April 27|
|Circuits||April 29||May 2|
|Programing Basics, prep for ROBOTS
||May 2||May 6|
|Robot Unit Test 1||May 9||May 27|
|Robotics Engineering Journal Notes||May 9||May 27|
|Making Stuff Faster||June 6||June 7|
|Catapult Project Write Up||June 8|
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2015 - 2016 School Year
Students assemble and test vex robots.
Students learn about forces and structures and build bridges.
Students learn about circuits using graphite, copper tape and LED's.
Students print out their CAD designs on the 3D printer.
Pictured below, students learn about the forces involved in flight and use the engineering design process to build gliders.
Students build and program vex robots.
Students learn about gears to build and race vehicles
and the fastest car...
Check out some of the 3D toy designs students created using
Computer Aided Design (CAD) Software!
Students test prototypes of their helmets using test dummy and paint balls.
Otto designs and builds innovative feature for his package to ship our fragile item (Pringles Chip) to Kellogg Middle School! Check out how Otto is securing the chip on the inside of his box!
On September 18th and 21st we had lessons in computer programing provided by Pacific Science Center.
UW Engineering Ambassadors Visit Einstein