Robotics

Many teachers and students are interested in robotics. They work or would like to work with different kind of robots. This project will allow them to share their ideas with people from other European countries. Our pupils are often very keen on building and programming robots and through these activities they can explore other subjects like electronics, physics, mathematics… By communicating with other partners, students will also improve their skills in foreign languages and in ICT.

Apr
28
2010

French projects.

Posted by: Barbara Ponizy

You can find, in the project activities for french students, some worksheets with objectives set by teachers. Let me know please if you have some remarks or ideas.

 

Apr
22
2010

Comenius Project

Posted by: Alfons Birner

We work to find partners for a comenius project. A preparation visit is planned end of September or beginning of October. So if anybody is really interested in robotics: Do not hesitate to join. 

Apr
21
2010

rtb files for french worksheets

Posted by: Barbara Ponizy

You can find all rtb files needed for the students activities in Prog_Demo zipped folder, in the stuff room.

Apr
17
2010

Project Developement

Posted by: Alfons Birner

 

In deed there is a brisk email-exchange beetween the teachers to find the subjects and to organise the cooperation beetween the pupils.

The difficult is to find common themes because each partner has another main focus to robotic.

I find that we have developped a good solution: Barbara and the pupils in Poitiers start technical simulations (forklift, room-surveillance, remote control) with Nxt-robots.

In Berlin the pupils discover the communication beetween animals and find simulations with Nxt-robots.

Mihai from Orsova constructs robots with special electronic circuitry.

Barbara and Alfons will find the entry to build and program Parallax Sumo Bots (Line following,...

Apr
12
2010

french worksheets available

Posted by: Barbara Ponizy

Thanks to Mario translation, you can find the french students activities about flowcharts and NXT programming in the stuff room of our Twinspace.