The 7C art class has just finished their robotics construction and programming unit. Working in groups of three or four, students built robots according to specifications and learned to program them to accomplish a mission. Students used EV3 Classroom Scratch language software on their iPads. Group members worked collaboratively within and outside their groups so that each team would be able to successfully program their robot to achieve a goal. While the mission for each group was the same, programs often varied in terms of degree headings, rotational degrees of motors, motor speeds, and the number of turns. As the video shows, all eight teams' robots successfully crossed the bridge, picked up the target object, and carried the object back to base. Great job, 7C!