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TETRIX® PRIME Limited Edition Echo Robot Set

SKU: W46557
Sale Price: $315.00 $199.00 (USD) You save: $116.00 (37% off)
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Description

Make teaching and learning engineering, robot construction, and programming simple and engaging. Created to support remote and blended learning, now for a limited time you can buy the Echo Robot Set. The set uses a limited number of TETRIX® PRIME building system structural and connector pieces so that students can quickly follow the graphical build steps in the downloadable guide to construct the Echo robot. The included PULSE™ controller and ultrasonic sensor enable students to dive into block-based programming using the TETRIX Ardublockly software.

The digital guide includes four activities that include robot construction and programming DC motors and an ultrasonic sensor, plus two interwoven challenges designed to allow students to practice what they have just learned. Ending with a culminating challenge, the guide encourages students to put their knowledge to the test by re-engineering and reprogramming the Echo robot to meet the criteria and constraints of the task at hand. The activities and challenges cover 14 to 16 45-minute class periods.

Not sure where to start? Use our FREE scope and sequence document that provides examples of how activities from the TETRIX PRIME Limited Edition Echo Robot Guide can be done in remote learning, blended learning, or in-class learning implementations. Plus, it includes new activities to extend learning to approximately 36 days!

Details

Type: Project Kits, Robotics Sets Grades: 6-12

Safety

What You'll Get

Downloads

Resources

Learning Values

Science
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Defining criteria and constraints
  • Force and motion
  • Observation and data
Technology
  • Coding
  • Construction processes
  • Design processes
  • Predicting outcomes
  • Testing and evaluating a solution
Engineering
  • Defining problems
  • Design and creativity
  • Designing to specifications
  • Engineering design
  • Identifying components
  • Problem-solving
Math
  • Computational thinking
  • Data analysis
  • Estimating
  • Logical reasoning
  • Measurements

Specifications

  • Number of Pieces: 100+
  • Students Served: 1-2