Robotics Rumble - SCOPES Digital Fabrication

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Carla Penn-Hopson


SEI’s season time line plan consist of the following:

July – August 2019 Recruitment (secure students to participate in the program)

September – November 2019 classes and meetings (2 times a week for a minimum of 2 hours each) Design and building the month of October – November. The students will also have a showcase to test the robot prior to the qualifying tournament.

What You'll Need

SEI would utilize its current adult mentors that are currently working in the STEM/STEAM related fields to assist with recruitment and classroom instruction for the Robotics Class.

Robotics field kits

Instructors or special guests speakers

Transportation for Exposure Trips

Meals for students on exposure trips


The Instructions

Robotics Rumble

Younger students will use educational kits like LEGO, WeDo Robots to create a perfect mixture of fun and imagination that can help expand your young child’s creative mind. This program will introduce students to robot design and computer programming using basic machine principles to create robots capable of performing simple tasks. More advanced students will work in teams to plan, build, test, and modify their own robotic creations! We use LEGO, EV3 or NXT, VEX IQ, and other educational kits that mirror programming language used by engineers and scientists to help creative minds put mathematical concepts to the test as they develop a better knowledge of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork.

Instruction will focus on science, technology, engineering, and math concepts. Students will work to build on their team-building skills as they work to complete fun challenges. These collaborative skills are essential for student success. The advantages of this program include:

Improved creative thinking skills

Improved social skills

Improved problem-solving skills

Improved computer programming skills


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