————- ROBOT MECHANISMS ———— A CURRICULUM DEVELOPED FOR ROBOTICS COMPETITIONS – Home

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————- ROBOT MECHANISMS ———— A CURRICULUM DEVELOPED FOR ROBOTICS COMPETITIONS – Home

February 10th, 2019 No comments
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————- ROBOT MECHANISMS ———— A CURRICULUM DEVELOPED FOR ROBOTICS COMPETITIONS – Home

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————- ROBOT MECHANISMS ———— A CURRICULUM DEVELOPED FOR ROBOTICS COMPETITIONS – Home

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Capitalism Versus Climate Change: The Case Of Carbon Engineering

February 5th, 2019 No comments
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STEM Instruction: How Much There Is and Who Gets It

February 5th, 2019 No comments

From: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2019/01/survey_gives_new_insights_into.html

By Sasha Jones on January 8, 2019 3:55 PM

Despite a push for greater STEM instruction, students and teachers continue to experience inequitable access to STEM-related classes and resources, according to a new survey of 1,200 schools and 7,600 teachers.

This nationally representative study is the sixth in a series of surveys on K-12 STEM education and college and career readiness dating back to 1977, but the first to put an emphasis on computer science and engineering. The survey, conducted by Horizon Reasearch, Inc. and commissioned by the National Science Foundation, covered a variety of topics relevant to teachers, giving insights into instructional practices, course offerings, resources, and professional development participation in K-12 math, science, and computer science.

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AI and Robot Angst Highlight 2019 Super Bowl Commercials

February 5th, 2019 No comments
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Why Join a Robotics Club or Team in Middle or High School? | iD Tech

January 18th, 2019 No comments

From: https://www.idtech.com/blog/should-your-child-join-a-robotics-team

The short answer is a resounding “yes!”

In honor of National Robotics Week, we spend the majority of this post diving into the benefits of joining a robotics team or club!

But first, here’s a brief overview of what these competitions and teams are all about.

Robotics Club Definition

A robotics club is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robots. At school, robotics clubs typically take place after school, in a classroom, and moderated by a member of the teaching staff or school administration.

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Pocket Science Lab Dev Board

January 17th, 2019 No comments

What is Pocket Science Lab

All in One Device. PSLab is a small USB powered hardware extension for your Android phone or PC that lets you measure all kinds of things. PSLab comes with a built-in Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Wave Generator, Logic Analyzer, Power Source, and we are constantly adding more digital instruments. PSLab is many devices in one. Simply connect two wires to the relevant pins and start measuring. You can use our Open Source Android or desktop apps to view and collect the data. You can also plug in hundreds of compatible I2C standard sensors to the PSLab pin slots. It works without the need for programming. So, what experiments you do is just limited to your imagination! PSLab is developed by FOSSASIA and OpnTec in collaboration with a global community of Open Source developers.

More info at: https://www.seeedstudio.com/Pocket-Science-Lab-Dev-Board-Measuring-All-Kinds-of-Things.html?utm_source=mailchimp&utm_medium=edm&utm_campaign=bazaar_0117&mc_cid=475999a578&mc_eid=ccf4a0b433