Welcome to the after school Eagles Robotics Program. Robotics is designed to inspire and introduce students to the world of Computer Coding, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
The classes will be taught on Tuesdays, and some Fridays from 2:30-3:30 pm in the Robotics Resource Room 1205 (see below for the required dates of attendance). Our goal this year is to provide a fun learning environment for our students so they can focus on programing, team building, and critical thinking. First day of Robotics will be on Tuesday, January 22nd.
Please note that the dismissal will be promptly at 3:35 p.m. at the Vine gate. Repeated late pickups will jeopardize the student's spot in the program.
All our robotics meetings will be on Mondays. On holidays meetings will be held on Tuesdays
January: 22 & 28
February: 4, 12, 19, 25
March: 4, 11, 12, 26
Robotics Tournament Date: April 6, 2019
Dates after Tournament will be provided after April 8th.
This year, 12 elementary schools have registered for the tournament.
Dunsmore and Roosevelt will co-host the event.
Map of gym assignments. There are spaces for volunteer names.
This is a draft of the 2019 Tournament Schedule.
The Moon Buggy Cover and Terraformer Flag are paper props.
We don't use the Water Tender cover.
We print them out on photopaper cardstick.
There are two fissure sensors made of LEGO pieces.
We use Superglue to keep the parts together.
This is a pdf of the competition gameboard.
The Moon Buggy prop is made of LEGO pieces. This is a pdf of the building instructions.
This is the pdf file we used to print out the vinyl competition gameboard mats.
We have our mats printed at Zany Graphics in Glendale. Individual mats are about $150.
They should have this file at their store, but call first.
Use this rubric to prepare your Robot Design Presentation.
This is the rubric used to judge the Robot Design Interview. Share this with your team.
This file contains a detailed explanation of the STEM Presentation.
This is the rubric used to judge the STEM Presentation. Share this with your team before they start working on their presentation.
Building instructioins of the flag base. We added a hexagon math tile to add weight.
The rock Pulverizer peop is made of LEGO pieces. This is a pdf file with build insrtuctions.
The volcano is a paper prop. We print them in color on photopaper.
They need to be replaced periodically. Build the cone just slightly smaller than the diameter of the ping-pong ball.
The Water Tender prop for the Ice Pick Lake mission is made of LEGO pieces. This is a pdf of the build instructions