Platform for classes in Robotics & STEM
Integrated Robotics & STEM classes could be extremely difficult for the teacher to organize. We support the teacher and the participating students. With the platform we provide content & infrastructure for conducting classes, preparing for competitions and learing in class or at home. As kits we currently use LEGO Mindstorms EV3/NXT, VEX, Tetrix, Arduino.
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Ian B. August 2018
I’ve enjoyed your videos and very helpful information over the last 18 months (approx). My students have benefitted greatly from the expert suggestions and guidance (not to mention numerous plans and resources). I am now moving to another position and will not be in a role that requires access.
Again, thank you again for your excellent support and good luck in all you endeavours in the future.
Helen Y. August 2018
Please take a look at the video. My son, 10, program it.
He laughed so hard when he saw the results that one program block finished two missions. He said that is the simplest program he ever made. So we learned the lesson that if the attachment is advanced, the program could be really really really simple.
BTW, instructions of the box robot and attachments have some minor mistakes.
Vaidehi P. June 2018
I was told about this website by another team and they used it so well that eventually after learning all the ins and outs at FLL level they are now an FTC team.
My team also benefited from the videos and I will be definitely pushing it to the new teams. Though I haven’t used it in the recent few months, the one thing that could improve is the search function. We had been trying to learn gears and it took a few tries to find the right video.
Overall it’s a great resource and I hope you will continue to see more and more people use it. Thanks so much!!
Dave. Ins. June 2018
My son aged out of the program and I'm not coaching anymore. Thank you for the past few years!
His team did very well!
Paul Nicholson, June 2018
As a complete novice who had been asked to help a group of girl guides compete in a tomorrows engineers ev3 competition in partnership with the Royal Air Force celebrating 100 years. I was recommended to look at the website for advice and had come across numerous intro videos on YouTube, initially I was a little sceptical at the sheer volume and detail included on the website but quickly realised how structured the content was so opted for plan a, a monthly subscription which allowed access to most of the sites functionality.
I guided the girls thru the preliminary stages and into the final at Birmingham Big Bang coming a very creditable 22 out of 44/teams, most of which comprised dedicated stem teachers and students 15 and 16 years old.
I have subsequently opted for a yearly subscription to allow me to help the girls progress to the fll league and develop further building and programming skills as this allows access to more structured courses which can be easily adapted to suit the needs of my team who are younger girls.
Many people have commented that it can at times be difficult to understand the commentators, I have not found 5his a problem and subtitles available to clarify. A short mention for Kiril on the tawk helpline who was courteous and efficient quickly resolving my enquiry.
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