In this course, students design and build programmable robots using high-quality motors, sensors, gears, wheels, axles, and other technical components. By using hands-on robotics, students will gain a better understanding of how the technology works in real-world applications.
The easy-to-learn, easy-to-use EV3 Software and the EV3 Programming will be used to program the robot. Programming is done by dragging and dropping icons into a line to form commands allowing students to build simple programs, and then easily and intuitively build on their skills until they are developing complex algorithms.
The solution enables students to understand and interpret two-dimensional drawings to create three-dimensional models; build, test troubleshoot and revise designs to improve robot performance; Gain practical, hands-on experience using mathematical concepts such as estimating and measuring distance, time and speed.
PS: The instructor will work with parents to form an FLL team and guide them to compete for the next FLL season that starts in August. Students must be enrolled two semesters in a row to be proficient and get prepared. FLL is a wonderful program has three areas, (1) Robot Game where a robot will have to solve missions autonomously (visual programming and machine mechanisms) (2) Robot Design, Robot mechanisms and (3) Project - where the team comes up with a solution to a real-world problem.
Seats are limited, max students 10 only. The classes start from Sunday, Jan 20.