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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 1 - Intro to 3D Design
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 1 - Intro to 3D Design

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Lesson Description This is the first session in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This course will introduce students to the basic of 3D design. By the end of this class students should be able to create a simple 3D design using the basic shapes in Tinker CAD. Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson all students need is access to TinkerCAD
Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 2 - Pixel Art
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 2 - Pixel Art

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Lesson Description This is the second session in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This class will introduce students to more basic 3D design tools. By the end of this class students should be able to create a simple 3D pixel art that will be 3D printed. Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson students need access to TinkerCAD and a 3D printer.
Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S2 - Slalom
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Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S2 - Slalom

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Lesson Description: In this challenge students must navigate around objects with different colors, for example go to the left of red objects and to the right of blue objects. This will challenge students to make precise turns as well as using the ultrasonic sensor and/or color sensor. Learning Goals: Students learn to measure distance and angles to make more precise turns. Also students learn to use a combination of sensors to avoid objects. Success Criteria: • Team works together to build a functional robot • Team's robot can go from the start to the finish • Team avoids all objects and goes around the correct direction • Team uses one or more sensors Resources and Materials: EV3 Kits Student Laptops/Computers Electrical Tape (to mark objects) Duplo or other Objects for slalom course
Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S3 - Hockey
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Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S3 - Hockey

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Lesson Description: In this challenge students must play a 1-on-1 Hockey Face-Off and try to get as close to the goal as possible. This will require students to develop a more complex program using the ultrasonic sensor and color sensor. Learning Goals: Students learn to measure distance and angles to make more precise turns. Also students learn to use a combination of sensors to avoid objects. Success Criteria: • Team works together to build a functional robot • Team's robot can avoid the other team’s robot • Team can program using multiple sensors • Team can make it near the goal • Team is able to score a goal Resources and Materials: EV3 Kits Student Laptops/Computers Electrical Tape (to create the hockey rink) Duplo or other Objects for puck
Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S4 -Triathlon
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Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S4 -Triathlon

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Lesson Description In this challenge students must complete a triathlon, which includes a swimming, running, and cycling circuit. Students will need to make a multi-step program that uses the color sensor and variables to keep track of laps. Learning Goals: Students learn to create multiple programs. Also they learn to use variables to keep track of laps. Success Criteria: • Team works together to build a functional robot • Team can program using the color sensor • Team can complete each of the three circuits • Team uses variables to keep track of laps Resources and Materials: EV3 Kits Student Laptops/Computers Electrical Tape (to create the circuits) Figures to represent each sport (optional)
Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Project - Future City
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Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Project - Future City

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Lesson Description This is the final challenge for the Advanced EV3 Robotics program. The idea is that it connects robotics to real-world themes and challenges. It can also be used as a practice First Lego League challenge. Students must create a brief presentation as well as design a robotics mission. Learning Objectives Students will learn to work in a team to complete a project. They will also learn how to manage their time and tasks based on individual strengths. Finally, teams will get to practice presenting their topic and robotics mission. Resources & Materials: EV3 Kits Student Laptops Electrical Tape Pen and/or Pencil Paper
Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S1 - Racer
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Advanced EV3 Mindstorms: Sports S1 - Racer

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Lesson Description: This is a beloved challenge for students; perhaps they have the need for speed! For sure this challenge gives students a chance to understand the benefits of gears as well as building a car with a low center of gravity. Ideally students should work together in teams of 2 to 4 students.3 Learning Goals: Students learn how to build a racer with a gear down configuration. Also the racer must stop automatically at the finish line. Success Criteria: • Team works together to build a functional racer • Team's racer can go from the start to the finish • Team uses a sensor to stop at the finish Assessment Strategies and Monitoring Progress: Team has competed in a race against another team (How well were they able to work together?)
Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 4 - Architecture
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 4 - Architecture

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Lesson Description This is the fourth session in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This class will introduce students to the basics of architectural design. By the end of this class students should be able to create their own building, park, or city. Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson students just need access to TinkerCAD.
Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 6 - Fashion
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 6 - Fashion

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Lesson Description This is the sixth session in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This class will introduce students to 3D fashion design. By the end of this class students should be able to design their own futuristic accessory, footwear, or outfit. Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson students just need access to TinkerCAD.
Fun with TinkerCAD - Final Project - Automotive Prototyping
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Final Project - Automotive Prototyping

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Lesson Description This is the final project split into two sessions in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This class will introduce students to 3D prototyping. By the end of this class students should be able to design their own electric car prototype! Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson students just need access to TinkerCAD and a 3D printer.
Fun with TinkerCAD (8x1hr Sessions)
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Fun with TinkerCAD (8x1hr Sessions)

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Lesson Description Fun with ThinkerCAD program is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with a final project where students design a working electric car! Learning Objectives This course introduces students to the basics of 3D design, 3D Printing & 3D Prototyping. By the end of this program students should be able to use TinkerCAD to create functional 3D designs and have experience with 3D printing. Included Content & Support You will get slides for all 8 sessions each 1 hour long and four 1 hour support calls. Required Materials: For this lesson all students need is access to TinkerCAD and for two sessions a 3D printer.
Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 3 - Nature & Creatures
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 3 - Nature & Creatures

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Lesson Description This is the third session in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This class will introduce students to the final basic 3D design tools. By the end of this class students should be able to create something from nature or their own creature. Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson students just need access to TinkerCAD.
Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 5 - Mobility Tech
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Fun with TinkerCAD - Session 5 - Mobility Tech

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Lesson Description This is the fifth session in the Fun with ThinkerCAD program. This is an 8 session program which teaches students the basics to 3D design and 3D printing using real-world applications in different fields like architecture, medicine, fashion, art, and more. The program ends with students designing a working electric car! Learning Objectives This class will introduce students to designing mobility tech. By the end of this class students should be able to create their own mobility tech for the paralympic games. Included Content & Support You will get slides for a full 1 hour session and 30 minutes free support call. Required Materials: For this lesson students just need access to TinkerCAD.