The 6G art class is shown below in the video, 6G Robot Exam SPCS, running robots that they build and programmed. Working in groups of 3 or 4, students built their EV3 Lego robots according to specifications. They programmed their robots with the EV3 Classroom iPad app to use color sensors to drive along the edges of black lines. Each team had to develop unique code to accomplish the goal, because each team's track design was different. The challenge was to program the robots to follow a line to each of 3 target objects, pick up each object, throw it into a "catcher box" with a forked lifter arm, and return to the base area. As you can see in the video, all seven teams achieved success. Excellent work, 6G!
Mr. Bell designed and directed this robot project. In math class, Mrs. Wilson collaborated on the project by teaching the 6G students to measure pieces of cardstock that they used in the construction of the "catcher boxes".