### Improving FLL Robot Game. Teacher Note. Introduction to task for Lifting

How should an instructor use this course when working with students and a group of students in school

**#436**- 06 Mar 2017

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How should an instructor use this course when working with students and a group of students in school

**#436**- 06 Mar 2017

There are some fundamental rules that we imagine you would follow while organizing this course with students. Let's look at some of them.

**#320**- 06 Jan 2017

What a teacher must look out for, while the students are building a robot from instructions

**#343**- 18 Jan 2017

When organizing this course the behaviour expectations should be set at the very beginning of the course.

**#321**- 09 Jan 2017

Sometimes a good teacher needs a few tricks in his sleeve, so that he can surprise and entertain his students.

**#375**- 04 Feb 2017

Do your best as a teacher to make sure the students are expanding their vocabulary on every occasion.

**#346**- 26 Jan 2017

A note why we give the challenge at the start of the lesson

**#374**- 04 Feb 2017

There are some things to be careful about, when your students work with the brick.

**#351**- 24 Jan 2017

What a teacher should know when giving task to students

**#372**- 04 Feb 2017

How to help students implement long programs.

**#379**- 04 Feb 2017

We will share the idea behind that challenge and how to conduct the challenge in a classroom.

**#382**- 17 Mar 2017

What should you do as a teacher when the students are calculating the gear ratios and number of needed rotations?

**#470**- 07 Apr 2017

Note for the teacher on making the construction more stable, more durable and using beams for this.

**#465**- 04 Apr 2017

This is a teacher's note about the math behind calculating gear ratios with for our lifting attachment. It math model we build in previous tutorials is not exactly correct and here is the explanation why.

**#474**- 11 Apr 2017

What should you as a teacher know when the students are trying to achieve a program and robot attachment that could reproduce their behaviour 9 out of 10 times.

**#479**- 15 Apr 2017

How important is it to have predictable behavior in your classes.

**#475**- 29 Apr 2017

One of the smoothest and most precise way to follow a line. It is also quite fast. The whole algorithm could be configured easily depending on the conditions in the room. Proportional Algorithm: This algorithm for following lines is called Proportional. It proportionally rotates the motors depending on how far from the line the robot is. If the robot is right above the line the proportion between the two motor is equal and they just continue forward. But as the robot looses the line, the algorithm would return it as quickly as possible proportionally to how far away the robot is.

The LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Gyro sensor was one of the new sensors in the EV3 sets. In this course we walk you through the basics of using and programming the sensor. The sensor detects when the robot construction turns at a particular angle, but there are a number of gotchas in using it. The Gyro Sensor is useful with almost any robot construction. If you use it during competitions like FIRST LEGO League (FLL) or World Robotics Olympiad (WRO) it would be much easier for you to accomplish more missions in the given time. What the sensor does is to detect the Angle of rotation of the construction and the Rate at which the robot is rotating. The rate is in Degrees per second. How fast is the robot moving.