Get your bearings and go go go as you set out to learn the basics of robotic navigation and object detection. This beginner’s course familiarizes kids with how robots work, how to analyze technological systems based on their inputs and outputs, and efficient coding using the repeat loop and code reuse functions. Use it as their entry point to a lifelong love of computer science!
Who this course is for: Teachers and students ages 10-14, with little to no experience in coding and robotics. Short, structured missions and flexible pacing make it engaging for a range of learning levels.
Self-paced, gamified activities with real-time feedback and step-by-step instructions
Get familiar with the CoderZ learning platform, and discover block categories, and the drive block.
Motion planning with drive power, forward and back, left and right point turns, and backward turns.
Motion planning with power and steering for curved turns, and Smart Blocks for code reuse (functions).
Use touch sensor and ‘wait until’ command to code a ‘forward, touch, turn’ motion despite the distance.
Entering code over and over is obnoxious and increases opportunity for error. Meet ‘Repeat times’.
Everything you need to flow through each lesson, including: clear objectives, questions for reflection, instructional videos, and more.
Each session is guided by a presentation that covers the entire session from theory to practice, including: scientific background, examples and sample code, discussion guidelines, play time activities, and speaker notes.
You can quickly navigate to all the solutions for each lesson in just a few clicks.
So you can see how individual students compare to one another, identify specific topics they may be struggling with, and recommend corrective actions.
Get answers to all your subject matter questions and find your way around the platform.
This third and last course in the Cyber Robotics 101 series cements the foundational coding and robotics knowledge picked up in previous courses, while introducing advanced new concepts such as: color sensor, robotic arm, ultrasonic used for radar, and coding for control flow.
Get your bearings and go go go as you set out to learn the basics of robotic navigation and object detect.
STEM, and coding, and robotics—oh my! Don’t let the subject matter scare you, this intro course requires no prior experience and teaches kids to program a friendly virtual robot.
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