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Remote Learning | Blended Learning | In-Person Learning
Have students in a blended school environment complete the on-screen coding of their robots while they are learning remotely. They can explore coding concepts, write their code, and verify it for syntax errors. Then, when they return to school, they can complete the hands-on portion of the lesson by building robots, uploading their code, testing, and modifying their code as needed.
When it isn’t feasible for students to build with TETRIX due to remote, blended, or in-class situations where sets can’t be shared, consider having them learn to model TETRIX robots in a 3-D CAD software. Developing 3-D modeling skills is great for engineering and usually makes prototyping and building the actual robot go much smoother. After 3-D models are built, students can print out their parts lists and build the physical robot according to their designs.
Robotics can be difficult to teach in a blended learning situation where students alternate between learning at school and learning remotely. In most situations, it isn’t feasible to send TETRIX home with students. In these example scope and sequence documents, all hands-on TETRIX activities are done at school with alternate robotics activities completed remotely.