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Robotics & Automation

Students use two computer-controlled robots and a fluid power/pneumatics trainer to emulate industrial processes. You will see how the electronic and mechanical components of robots function. You will also gain an understanding of sensors and programming methods used in robotics while conducting a series of robotic experiments.

Project-based activities include:

Activity: Video - Introduction to Fluid Power
Activity: Fluid Power Trainer
Activity: VEX Robot Basics
Activity: VEX Robot Programming
Activity: Fluid Power Trainer
Activity: VEX Robot & Joystick Controls
Activity: Narrative Writing & Checkpoint Test
Activity: Directed Problem
Activity: Internet Research - Robotics
Activity: Solenoid & System Pressure
Activity: Video - Advances in Engineering
Activity: Argumentative Writing, Career Research & Planning, and Checkpoint Test
Activity: Design Brief Research, Organization, Planning & Presentation

LAB

HS STEM

GRADES

9 to 12

CURRICULUM HOURS

20

CAREER CLUSTERS

STEM

FEATURES

• NAF Approved
• University of California A-G Approved Course
• Project-Based Learning
• Career Ready Practices
• Reading and Writing in Context
• Customizable Content
• Directed Problem

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