The Clinton School of Engineering:

     As students of The Clinton School of Engineering will be exposed to a 4 year course sequence that begins with the exploration of engineering and Robotics.  You will explore the foundations of engineering and product design; study mechanisms of machines; learn technical drawing; perform the engineering application series that includes:

  • Building Cell Phone Apps

  • Airplane Launcher

  • Balloon Racer

  • Bathroom Redesign

  • Movable Bridge

  • Conveyor System - Automated

  • Geothermal Heating/Cooling System

  • Guitar Tuning Device

  • Intelligent Green House

  • Pneumatics Trainer

  • Robotics Game/Event

  • Smart House

  • Solar Water Heater

  • Sun Tracking Solar Panel Array

  • Vending Machine

  • Wind Turbine

In their 2nd and 3rd years students engage in two years of Robotics which includes:

Introduction

„ Using LearnMate

„ What are Robots?

„ Driving the Model

„ Natural vs programming languages

„ Introduction to easyC Basic

 

Robot Movements

„ Set Motor Speed

„ Set Motor Time

„ Set Motor Rotation

„ Turning the Model

„ Conclusion and Challenge

 

Repeating Actions – Loops

„ Forever Loop

„ Repeat Loop

„ Variables

„ While Loop

„ Conclusion and Challenge

 

Reacting to Events – Conditional Branching

„ Branching with Variables

„ Touch Sensor – Output to LCD

„ Touch Sensor – Controlling Motion (Part 1)

„ Touch Sensor – Controlling Motion (Part 2)

„ Conclusion and Challenge

 

Touch LED

„ How Does it Work?

„ Touch LED as a Touch Sensor

„ Touch LED for Visual Feedback

„ Touch LED for Indicating Distance

„ Conclusion and Challenge

 

Ultrasonic Distance Sensor

„ How Does it Work?

„ Sensor Output to LCD – LED

„ Rotating the Sensor to Detect an Object

„ Moving the Model to Detect an Object

„ Conclusion and Challenge

 

Color Sensor

„ How Does it work?

„ Sensor Output to LCD – LED

„ Detecting Earth Properties

„ Searching for a Mineral

„ Conclusion and Challenge

 

Gamepad

„ Arcade Control

„ Single Motor Control                                                                                     

„ Sending Variables

„ Conditional Branching

 

Using the Joystick                                                                                                  

„ Conclusion and Challenge Compass – Using Gyro

„ How Does it work?

 „ Sensor Output to LCD – LED

„ Returning Home

„ Final Program (Part 1)

„ Final Program (Part 2)

Assistant Principal: Corey Beder & Jen Lovejoy

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