LEGO Education – Create a Robot to Select and Place

LEGO Education - Create a Robot to Select and Place

LEGO Education – Create a Robot to Select and Place

Design, build and program a robotic system capable of picking up an object from one position and placing it in another.

  • Preparation;
  • Involvement;
  • Exploration;
  • Explanation;
  • Processing;
  • Assessment.

Pick and place robots are types of industrial robots that can move objects to and from predefined locations. Depending on the shape, weight and fragility of the objects, different types of pliers can be used to pick up and release them safely and precisely.

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LEGO Education – Create a self-driving Car without a Driver

LEGO Education - Create a self-driving Car without a Driver

LEGO Education – Create a self-driving Car without a Driver

Design an autonomous vehicle that follows the driving commands set by you.

  • Preparation;
  • Involvement;
  • Exploration;
  • Explanation;
  • Processing;
  • Assessment.

Today, there are a number of navigation systems used in automobiles. Some of these are intended to replace the driver and bring passengers to their destination safely. Before determining which is the best route between points A and B, self-driving cars must be able to perform a series of movements based on the input provided.

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LEGO Education – Build a Speed Control System

LEGO Education - Build a Speed Control System

LEGO Education – Build a Speed Control System

Design a control system that can change the speed of a vehicle at the touch of a button.

  • Preparation;
  • Involvement;
  • Exploration;
  • Explanation;
  • Processing;
  • Assessment.

The Cruise Control function on cars is a system that automatically controls the speed of the vehicle. Although it looks like a very modern technology, it was introduced in 1958. But how does it work?

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LEGO Education – Create a Sound Machine

LEGO Education - Create a Sound Machine

LEGO Education – Create a Sound Machine

Design a sound machine and explore programming variables that create soft sounds, loud sounds, ambient sounds, rhythms and melodies.

  • Introduction / debate;
  • Identification of a problem;
  • Brainstorming;
  • Choice of the best idea;
  • Away with creation;
  • Evaluation of the work done;
  • Presentation of the model;
  • Evaluate;
  • Reorder.

This is an extremely engaging LEGO Building lesson, where a cheerful noise will be created! Invite students to explore programming variables that create soft, loud, ambient sounds, rhythms, and melodies. Students can also combine projects to form a band.

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