Students will work in groups to build and program a Lego Mindstorms EV3 robot. The students will use mathematical ideas such as circumference, proportions, rotational velocity, and unit conversions to create the programs for their robots.

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Students completed this survey prior to the start of the Lego Robotics unit. I used this information to place the students into groups.
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Moving Straight Activity

by Keri Sheridan

In this activity, the students have to experiment with the Lego Mindstorms EV3 computer software in order to program their robots to follow certain tasks.
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Program Commands Quiz

by Keri Sheridan

A short quiz on the software programming commands.
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In this activity, students have to design their own program for their robot being sure to meet the criteria listed.
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Students worked to determine how to program their robots to move a certain distance.
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Unit Conversions

by Keri Sheridan

Students apply what they have determined about unit conversions from their work with robots and.
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