Duck Duck Grey Duck Sara Hatcher, Lauren Macaulay, Bethany Walshe , University of Georgia

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Duck Duck Grey Duck Sara Hatcher, Lauren Macaulay, Bethany Walshe , University of Georgia ETES 2320. Introduction. Methods. Results. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Duck Duck Grey DuckSara Hatcher, Lauren Macaulay, Bethany Walshe, University of GeorgiaETES 2320IntroductionObjectivesMethodsResultsConclusionsReferencesIntroduce students to engineering and roboticsConstruct a robot using the pictures as guides Program robotCombine the creative activities with Georgia performance standards for Science and English.Allow students to work together in groupsMaterialsMy Robot Time boxes I and IIMy Robot Time programming systemPaper and pencil

ProcedureStudents will construct the duck robot on pages.Add program so the duck will move At the end of the process, students will write an opinion piece on the importance of robots in society In the end, ducks should follow the programming procedure which will allow it to move when there is nothing in front of it, and stop when something is in front of it. The students will have improved their skills involving the standards S4P3 as well as ELACC4W3https://www.georgiastandards.org/standards/Pages/BrowseStandards/GPS_by_Grade_Level_K-8.aspxThe instructions we had were easy to follow. It helped to have been told beforehand to pay attention to which way each piece is supposed to be placed. This activity would be good for upper elementary school studentsAllows the students to work hands on with the technology

Duck Robot Programing the duck

Technology is a huge part of our everyday livesOften something that gets overlooked in the classroomThis activity can help to introduce them to different technology