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TETRIX® MAX Engineering Mobile Robotics Curriculum Pack

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Description

Intended for use with the TETRIX® MAX R/C Robotics Set, the TETRIX MAX Engineering Mobile Robotics Curriculum Pack applies students’ creativity to the field of robotics, helping them explore engineering, simple machines, torque, and power through a series of hands-on activities.

Curriculum features:

  • More than six activities and four open-ended challenges that task groups of two to four students with creating robots that draw, dance, herd golf balls, and more
  • More than 35 hours of curriculum
  • Extensive coverage of mechanisms and mechanical systems concepts
  • Application of STEM knowledge and 21st-century skills
  • Progressive series of activities that culminate with open-ended challenges
  • Middle and high school correlations to Next Generation Science, Common Core Math and Language Arts, and ITEEA standards
  • Resources such as building instructions, assessment tools, and glossary along with teacher and student procedure outlines

Download our curriculum sample.

Details

Type: Activity Guides and Curriculum Grades: 9-12
SKU: W59793

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What You'll Get

  • Teacher guide
  • 7 student guides

Resources

Learning Values

Science
  • Mechanical advantage
  • Simple machines
  • Compound machines
  • Forces
  • Energy
Technology
  • Construction techniques
  • Criteria and constraints
  • Systems thinking
  • Troubleshooting
  • Problem-solving
Engineering
  • Developing models
  • Observations/analysis
  • Teamwork
  • Design and creativity
Math
  • Reasoning
  • Symbols
  • Measurements
  • Logical reasoning

Specifications

“We appreciated the strength of TETRIX and the material’s enduring quality. Whether we were modifying the robot or practicing repeatedly, the structure and pieces were unchanged. Moreover, the number of pieces allowed us to design and construct a robot that could perform according to the given challenge.”

– Terdsak Intachot, coach of winning Thailand team, 2017 WRO ARC