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TETRIX® MAX Dual-Control Getting Started Package

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$6,195.00 (USD)
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Description

The TETRIX® MAX Dual-Control Getting Started Package delivers a comprehensive classroom solution that offers the best of both worlds. Teams of four work to design and control both remote and programmable robots, with each student group having access to both a TETRIX MAX Dual-Control Robotics Set and a TETRIX MAX Expansion Set. The included curriculum materials and Engineering Design Loop Poster Set provide an added bonus to the builder’s guides.

Details

Type: Multi-Student Project Packs, Robotics Sets Grades: 9-12
SKU: W43419

Safety

  • California Proposition 65 Warning:

    WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.

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Downloads

Resources

Learning Values

Science
  • Energy conversion
  • Variables
  • Stability
Technology
  • Coding
  • Modeling
  • Problem-solving
  • Systems thinking
Engineering
  • Engineering design
  • Observations/analysis
  • Prediction
  • Teamwork
Math
  • Accuracy
  • Computation/estimation
  • Scaling
  • Ratios

Specifications

  • Students Served: 24

“Many of our students are beginners, and the various parts make it easier for them to do quick builds. The varied parts and the instruction guide [that comes with TETRIX sets] lead them in learning how to build a robot, and the students can customize their robots easily because of the standard holes on the channel bars and plates.”

– Thomas Lao, technology teacher, Macau Pui Ching Middle School, Macau, China

“There are so many different facets to the [TETRIX] robot. Students learn about electronics – putting the motherboard and the servos in the right spot. They learn about mechanics and mechanical engineering – put the wrong piece in the wrong way and the robot isn’t going to work. They can even take it a step further, adding modules to the robots so students can program their robots to do simple tasks.”

– Sergeant First Class Geoffrey Allen, Massachusetts Army National Guard, recruiting and retention battalion, Bedford, MA

“[With TETRIX] there’s a long history of curriculum, example robots, YouTube videos, and all kinds of stuff for them to go draw from for ideas.”

– Clarissa Belbas, president of ASSiST (Advancing STEM for Students in South Texas)