Week of 10-15 to 10-19 2018 Monday to Thusday

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Chariot Racing October 10-15-16-2018 Monday - Tuesday
Sensobot Challenge Friday - 10-19-2018

Monday - Race Day

Tuesday - Race Day

Wednesday - Basic EV3 Programing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81hctQt6Cp8

Thursday - Braille printer made for the blind out of Lego
Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efB6qhkPJ50
Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YfnKB1zWOU&t=108s

Friday - 5 basic Robots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uz11s_JJayM

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday - Tuesday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.
Chariot Race

Objective Goal:

Teams will integrate the use of sensors and programming to develop a closed-loop feedback control system and preform the same task using remote control. Students will develop fluency in the vocabulary and concepts around microcontrollers and embedded computing. Students are required to document, present, and demonstrate the use of the 8 Steps of the engineering design cycle.
Challenge:
Teams will create a recycle material chariot to fit over a Sphero Spark that will travel in a set course with a payload that will include going around objects and returning to the starting line with a payload.

Objectives and /or Goals
Wednesday - Friday
I can build a Lego EV3 program a robot to preform specific tasks by creating a program and running the robot autonomously.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego EV3 - NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 NO ONE is Released to Leave Class until all Robotics Parts are properly put away!

Lego EV3 Activities
1- Basics Getting Started http://curriculum.cs2n.org/ev3/lesson/A-1Basics1.html

2- Lesson Moving Straight http://curriculum.cs2n.org/ev3/lesson/1-1MovingStraight1.html
Sensobot Challenge Written Challnge Click Here
Mr. Williams will stamp and check off once complete

3. Lesson Turning http://www.education.rec.ri.cmu.edu/content/lego/ev3/preview/
Mini Challenge 1: 90 Degree Turn - Show Mr. Williams and receive a stamp
Orchard Challenge Written Challenge Click here

Ticket Out: Are all parts cleaned up and put away?


Week of 10-8 to 10-11 2018 Monday to Thusday

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Chariot Racing October 10-11-2018 Tuesday and Wednesday
Documentation Day October 10-11-2018 Thursday

Monday - What does Luxembourg, Pittsburg, Wikipeidea, and Moon all have in common?
CubeRover!
https://www.zdnet.com/article/low-cost-lunar-robots-to-explore-moon-with-off-the-shelf-parts/

Who is Astrobotics? https://www.astrobotic.com/

Tuesday - Race Day

Wednesday - Race Day

Thursday - Documentation Day in Computer Lab 114

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday - Friday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 - Programing a Sphero Robot - Basic Programing
Lightning Lab Website - https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/category

Remember we only use block programing.

Chariot Race

Objective Goal:

Teams will integrate the use of sensors and programming to develop a closed-loop feedback control system and preform the same task using remote control. Students will develop fluency in the vocabulary and concepts around microcontrollers and embedded computing. Students are required to document, present, and demonstrate the use of the 8 Steps of the engineering design cycle.
Challenge:
Teams will create a recycle material chariot to fit over a Sphero Spark that will travel in a set course with a payload that will include going around objects and returning to the starting line with a payload.

Announcement Collaborative Teams- Google Classroom document - Only the Lead Person in each group may open in Google Classroom and then share with all teammates. This was learned from a 1st grade class by Ms. Baker. After the first day only the lead person opens in Google Classroom, everyone else must open in Shared with Me Folder on Google Drive. Once submitted only Mr. Williams may return the document.

Video must be attached as either from the lead person's Google Drive or from a Youtube link.

*****Only team leaders download Worksheet by making a copy then share with your whole group.*****

https://classroom.google.com

Google Classroom Period 4 Class Code oyr4h7

Reserach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UId0WSOKRNo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY1qofNIJmg

Ticket out 2: Science Lab rules, is everything put away?

Ticket out 3: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 10-1 to 10-5 2018 Monday to Friday

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Chariot Racing Thursday and Friday postpond

Monday - History of Computers -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrUvFJWlYCYWho is Grace Murry Hopper ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg82iV-L8ZY

Tuesday - What is a Nanosecond - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-vcErOPofQ

Wednesday - Planning day - Class Discussion - What works and what doesn't?

Thursday - Work Day

Friday - Work Day

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday - Friday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 - Programing a Sphero Robot - Basic Programing
Lightning Lab Website - https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/category

Remember we only use block programing.

Chariot Race

Objective Goal:

Teams will integrate the use of sensors and programming to develop a closed-loop feedback control system and preform the same task using remote control. Students will develop fluency in the vocabulary and concepts around microcontrollers and embedded computing. Students are required to document, present, and demonstrate the use of the 8 Steps of the engineering design cycle.
Challenge:
Teams will create a recycle material chariot to fit over a Sphero Sprk that will travel in a set course with a payload that will include going around objects and returning to the starting line with a payload.

Announcement Collaborative Teams- Google Classroom document - Only the Lead Person in each group may open in Google Classroom and then share with all teammates. This was learned from a 1st grade class by Ms. Baker. After the first day only the lead person opens in Google Classroom, everyone else must open in Shared with Me Folder on Google Drive. Once submitted only Mr. Williams may return the document.

Video must be attached as either from the lead person's Google Drive or from a Youtube link.

*****Only team leaders download Worksheet by making a copy then share with your whole group.*****

https://classroom.google.com

Google Classroom Period 4 Class Code oyr4h7

Reserach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UId0WSOKRNo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY1qofNIJmg

Ticket out 2: Science Lab rules, is everything put away?

Ticket out 3: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 9-24 to 9-28 2018 Monday to Friday

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Sphero Bowling Friday 9-17-2018
Chariot Panning Thursday 9-27-2018

Monday - How do safely use public WIFI? https://moneywise.com/a/essential-steps-for-public-wi-fi

Tuesday - Work Day -Jigsaw groups - what is a jigsaw?

Wednesday - Real Life ROBOT Humans You Won't Believe Existhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSOLAK33W04

Thursday - 10 jobs that won't exsist soon - https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/careersandeducation/10-jobs-that-wont-exist-20-years-from-now/ss-AAxHwzV#image=11

Friday - Williams out of building - TBA

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday - Friday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 - Programing a Sphero Robot - Basic Programing
Lightning Lab Website - https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/category

Remember we only use block programing.

Chariot Race

Objective Goal:

Teams will integrate the use of sensors and programming to develop a closed-loop feedback control system and preform the same task using remote control. Students will develop fluency in the vocabulary and concepts around microcontrollers and embedded computing. Students are required to document, present, and demonstrate the use of the 8 Steps of the engineering design cycle.
Challenge:
Teams will create a recycle material chariot to fit over a Sphero Sprk that will travel in a set course with a payload that will include going around objects and returning to the starting line with a payload.

Announcement Collaborative Teams- Google Classroom document - Only the Lead Person in each group may open in Google Classroom and then share with all teammates. This was learned from a 1st grade class by Ms. Baker. After the first day only the lead person opens in Google Classroom, everyone else must open in Shared with Me Folder on Google Drive. Once submitted only Mr. Williams may return the document.

Video must be attached as either from the lead person's Google Drive or from a Youtube link.

*****Only team leaders download Worksheet by making a copy then share with your whole group.*****

https://classroom.google.com

Google Classroom Period 4 Class Code oyr4h7

Reserach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UId0WSOKRNo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY1qofNIJmg

Ticket out 2: Science Lab rules, is everything put away?

Ticket out 3: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 9-17 to 9- 20 2018 Monday to Thursday

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Sphero Bowling 9-17-2018
Chariot TBA

Monday - What is Sphero Sphero Chariot Challenge? See classroom code - oyr4h7

Tuesday - Work Day - Williams out - Cosmos - EP6 What is scale?

Wednesday - Discussion - Why is programing hard?

Thursday - Real Life ROBOT Humans You Won't Believe Existhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSOLAK33W04

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday - Friday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 - Programing a Sphero Robot - Basic Programing
Lightning Lab Website - https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/category

Remember we only use block programing.

Chariot Race

Objective Goal:

Teams will integrate the use of sensors and programming to develop a closed-loop feedback control system and preform the same task using remote control. Students will develop fluency in the vocabulary and concepts around microcontrollers and embedded computing. Students are required to document, present, and demonstrate the use of the 8 Steps of the engineering design cycle.
Challenge:
Teams will create a recycle material chariot to fit over a Sphero Sprk that will travel in a set course with a payload that will include going around objects and returning to the starting line with a payload.

Announcement Collaborative Teams- Google Classroom document - Only the Lead Person in each group may open in Google Classroom and then share with all teammates. This was learned from a 1st grade class by Ms. Baker. After the first day only the lead person opens in Google Classroom, everyone else must open in Shared with Me Folder on Google Drive. Once submitted only Mr. Williams may return the document.

Video must be attached as either from the lead person's Google Drive or from a Youtube link.

*****Only team leaders download Worksheet by making a copy then share with your whole group.*****

https://classroom.google.com

Google Classroom Period 4 Class Code oyr4h7

Reserach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UId0WSOKRNo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY1qofNIJmg

Ticket out 2: Science Lab rules, is everything put away?

Ticket out 3: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 9-11 to 9- 14 2018 Monday to Friday

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Percent Error 9-9-2018

Sphero Bowling 9-12-2018

Monday - What do you need to complete your project?

Tuesday - 9/11 what if we could go back https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/7df90991-b008-4332-8132-25bfb4451040/will-film-school-shorts

Wednesday - Robot Hotel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cd3MjmUgNoY and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FogiE8_3fPE
Sphero Bowing - What is it?

Thursday - Questions? What doesn't work, what does?

Friday - Real Life ROBOT Humans You Won't Believe Existhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSOLAK33W04

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday - Friday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 - Programing a Sphero Robot - Basic Programing
Lightning Lab Website - https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/category

Remember we only use block programing.

Activity #2 -

Percent Error Sphero Activity
Teacher Guide
Student Guide
Worksheet - Note this an content progress grade.
Ticket out: Find your Sphero and put in cabinet.

Activity #3 Multi-directional Robot Bowling Activity
Teacher Guide
|Student Guide - Note this an assessment grade.
Ticket out: Check the floor for Lego pieces

Activity #4 Assistive Device Sphero Activity Extra Credit
Teacher Guide
Student Guide
Worksheet - Note this an Assessment grade.

Ticket out 1: Assesment-Writing section of worksheet and write a flowchart and pseudo code

Ticket out 2: Science Lab rules, is everything put away?

Ticket out 3: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 9-3 to 9-7 2018 Tuesday to Friday

Study Guide for Flowchart Coding Test
1. Video of what is Pseudo Code? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOEN65nm4YU

2. Video Flowchart Review- https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-qTAYUwZP51NkZrWmhOVG9xbDA/edit?usp=sharing

3. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-qTAYUwZP51Rm1FbEM1cU1oSGc/edit
 

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Flowchart Assesment 9-5-2018


Tuesday - What is 8 Bit Coding -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7pOcU1xMks
Vocabulary of Coding https://app.discoveryeducation.com/learn/videos/3d358875-3048-41c6-a514-8b4d9cfb41c3 or Click Here for Direct Link

Wednesday - History of Binary - What is cat phenomenon? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WylsaKlOE3M

What are the 2 types of people who code? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TD6lcIIOeic

Thursday - Does a robot have to look like a human or animal? http://theconversation.com/why-do-robots-look-like-animals-and-humans-96967Why are the teams at WJMS so much better than these guys? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdlSudpxiJs
Still better? Yep. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Db9UlMv1RBk

Friday - Why are the teams at WJMS so much better than these guys? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdlSudpxiJs
Still better? Yep. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Db9UlMv1RBk

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Tuesday
I will demonstrate an understanding of basic programming concepts using flowcharts.
Flowchart

Activity #4
Essential Question:
Does your flowchart reflect the solution to a problem?
Complete worksheet Click Here

Objectives and /or Goals
Wednesday - Friday

I can build and program a robot to preform specific tasks.

Activity #1 –
Classroom Rules to building a Lego NXT - VEX IQ or Sphero SPRK

#1 – Bins must be locked and unlocked each period.
#2 – Team Bins and manuals are each team’s responsibility, manuals must be turned in at the end of the trimester in the same condition as the beginning for the trimester. Manuals not turned or lost may result in a one or two grade level reduction.
#3 – Science lab rules in effect, all parts and pieces must be put up and put away before anyone may leave. This includes stacking all chairs and sweeping the room for lost parts. Cleaning up begins at 10 minutes remaining in the class every day. Teams not involved with cleanup will lose points for the day.
#4 – Lost or damaged parts maybe fined to all members of each team involved.

#5 - Programing a Sphero Robot - Basic Programing
Lightning Lab Website - https://edu.sphero.com/cwists/category

Remember we only use block programing.

Use Sphero for a Day

Activity #2 -

Percent Error Sphero Activity
Teacher Guide
Student Guide
Worksheet - Note this an content progress grade.
Ticket out: Find your Sphero and put in cabinet.

Activity #3 Multi-directional Robot Bowling Activity
Teacher Guide
|Student Guide - Note this an assessment grade.
Ticket out: Check the floor for Lego pieces

Activity #4 Assistive Device Sphero Activity Extra Credit
Teacher Guide
Student Guide
Worksheet - Note this an Assessment grade.

Ticket out 1: Assesment-Writing section of worksheet and write a flowchart and pseudo code

Ticket out 2: Science Lab rules, is everything put away?

Ticket out 3: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 8-27 to 8-31 2018 Monday to Friday

Study Guide for Flowchart Coding Test
1. Video of what is Pseudo Code? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOEN65nm4YU

2. Video Flowchart Review- https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-qTAYUwZP51NkZrWmhOVG9xbDA/edit?usp=sharing

3. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-qTAYUwZP51Rm1FbEM1cU1oSGc/edit
 

Warm up:
Due Dates -
Prothesis Written project 8-27-2018
Safety Contract 8-27-2018 for 60%
Safety Contract 8-28-2018 for 50% - Parents will be notified that if not turned in student may not work in class.
Safety Test closes 8-29-2018


Monday - What is a flowchart? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLoL7tlJYws /
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VR7iBImDB4
Flow Chart Examples
Government
Writing in a Wiki
Process - What we are creating
Lady Gaga - Note there are problems with this chart what are they?
Silly 1_ 2_ 3_
Good example Process try

Tuesday - What is Sphero day?
How does Sheldon use Flowcharts? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWWOM53Zh20

What is Pseudo Code? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhBrkpTqzqg

Wednesday - Facebook shuts down robots after they invent their own language - What do Musk and Zurerburg think? http://globalnews.ca/news/3634438/facebook-ai-robots-develop-own-language/

At risk jobs - What has Bill Gates think of robots? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7c_XO3Ouzts

Thursday - Sphero Day - Work with Sphero Robot and create programs - 1 hour

Friday - Robot Friend and Test Review

Extra Class Disscussion-
Who is Baxter? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWBqXLHlqjE

Does a robot have to look like a robot?
http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_28712726/struggling-mcdonalds-tests-fastcasual-concept-in-aurora
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKVTNnc03Fw

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday
Complete Activity 2 - I will work collaborative with my group to create a model prosthesis.

Activity 1
You have been hired by WJMS Medical & Robotics as a biomedical engineer to help design a prosthetic prototype using the Engineering Design Process. Remember, to help amputee patients, the prosthetic should be durable, comfortable, and life-like. Use your creativity to research and first sketch your prototype below, then build your prototype using the given materials.

Activity 2
Individual Essay Work Sheet Click here

Objectives and /or Goals
Tuesday - Friday
I will demonstrate an understanding of basic programming concepts using flowcharts.
Flowchart

Activity 1
Video of what is Pseudo Code? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOEN65nm4YU
Resources-
Video - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-qTAYUwZP51NkZrWmhOVG9xbDA/edit?usp=sharing
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-qTAYUwZP51Rm1FbEM1cU1oSGc/edit
 

Examples: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_XZtOBjNWtTs/TKC-2jREzsI/AAAAAAAAC-U/G-eEX1GzIa0/s1600/Flow+chart+symbol.jpg

Take out a piece of paper and create a algorithm for logging onto Facebook as you normally would and see how it compares the video.

Activity #2 - Thursday - Sphero - how does Sphero Code work? Sperho day is?

Activity #3 - Friday Program a friend activity real world Pseudo Code - Click Here

Activity #4
Essential Question:
Does your flowchart reflect the solution to a problem?
Complete worksheet Click Here

Ticket out 1: Sphero Programing

Ticket out 2:Writing section of worksheet and write a flowchart and pseudo code

Ticket out 2: Round Robin - did the program work as you intended?

  • Flowchart
  • Computer Program
  • Procedure
    Algorithm
    Pseudo Code

Week of 8-20 to 8-24 2018 Monday - Friday


Warm up:
Due Dates -
Safety Contract 8-21-2018 for 100%
Safety Contract 8-22-2018 for 90%
Safety Contract 8-23-2018 for 80%
Safety Contract 8-24-2018 for 70%
Safety Test closes 8-24-2018

Prothesis Paragraph 8-24-2018

Monday - What is a Prothesis? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NOncx2jU0Q

Tuesday - How do Prothesis help do anything? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO49c6mi9OU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw_XquJURpQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cl8ijPGEKO8&disable_polymer=true

Wednesday - Biorobotics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPNw4EIV13g

Thursday - Safety Test Day

Friday - Coding why? Do we need to learn it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6ppTFTNSfU

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
Monday Tuesday
I will work collaborative with my group to create a model prosthesis.

Activity 1
You have been hired by WJMS Medical & Robotics as a biomedical engineer to help design a prosthetic prototype using the Engineering Design Process. Remember, to help amputee patients, the prosthetic should be durable, comfortable, and life-like. Use your creativity to research and first sketch your prototype below, then build your prototype using the given materials.
Work Sheet Click Here

Activity 2
Individual Essay Work Sheet Click here

Ticket out:
Group - Why does a prothesis model fit a Robotic Class?

Objectives and /or Goals
Wednesday -Thursday
I will study and review the safety test and prepare to take the test after review.

Begin Safety Test Work Place Safety Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQvKAkoDSFg

Main Lab Safety Rules -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rII2-scpta0

Review - How important is safety? Career and Technical work safety? What is it? http://www.jeffcopublicschools.org/programs/choice_programs/career_technical_education

Study Guide - Click Here (Why is an open book test harder?)

Safety Test Day -Lab 114 Link to Schoology https://sites.google.com/a/jeffcoschools.us/schoology-support/home
Ticket Out - Safety Video | Nothing is Routine - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAsyxhaGezs

Objectives and /or Goals
Friday
Who is Sophia and Erica? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITLyfGqua6A - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78-1MlkxyqI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCFQkB-KLsE

  • collaborate
  • problem solving
  • innovation
  • creativity

15-2018 Friday

Warm up:
Why is this robot replacing humans in security? How does this technology affect society as a whole?

1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=12&v=UtuLB2duq2E

2. NBA- Get to know Knightscope https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APA-XGBhdG8

3. Robot can detect weapons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyPKrzK7VXI&t=4s

4. Extras - How does it work? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyPKrzK7VXI&t=4s and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mk5LjQeBz2A

Old video's for historical research

http://knightscope.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yy6CVW1yiwc
Old Video - http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/innovation/beware-criminals-robo-mall-cop-patrol-silicon-valley-n38416

Vocabulary

Objectives and /or Goals
I will understand classroom rules and expectations.

Activity 1
Williams Website - Your assignments

Activity 2
Expectations Sheet review

Ticket out:
Pick up an Expectation sheet for you and Parents to sign from Mr. Williams. This is due Tuesday 8-21-2018 and is a 100 Point Assessment assignment. Everyday the assignment is late there is a 10 point deduction in grade.

Classroom Expectation and Syllabus will be done electronically starting this year.
Students must return a signed parent/guardian copy only before any student can participate with tools or computers.

Review Document

A hard copy will be available upon request.

Objectives and /or Goals
Friday
Why is Robotics Important?
Class Discussion

Can Robots be creepy?
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hVuCWfyHP4

How advance can an AI be and why did it scare Facebook?
2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hVuCWfyHP4


West Jefferson Middle

Address: 9449 S Barnes Ave, Conifer CO
Main:303-982-3056
FAX:303-982-3057
Attendance: 303-982-3051
Office Hours:7:00am to 3:30pm

Technology Student Association @ West Jeff

David Williams West Jeff TSA sponsor.

Contact Info

David Williams
Pre-Engineering and Robotics

Address:9449 S Barnes Ave, Conifer CO
Telephone: 303-982-3046
E-mail: drwillia@jeffco.k12.co.us