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Steve Madsen

The NXT Classroom | www.thenxtclassroom.com - 3 views

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    "The NXT Classroom; a community dedicated to supporting teachers who are using the LEGO Mindstorm System in their classroom."
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    A revamped Australian (2010) site that focuses on Lego Robotics. A very useful site.
anonymous

NXT Tutorial - 0 views

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    Multimedia tutorial for the NXT-G graphical language of the LEGO® Mindstorms® NXT system.
anonymous

The NXT STEP - LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT Blog - 0 views

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    Includes lessons that are targeted for grades 7-12
anonymous

pdf document - 0 views

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    This unit is all about Robotics - The Construction, Programming and Implications of Robots. Mainly for Years 11 and 12
Steve Madsen

LEGO.com MINDSTORMS NXT New Zealand - 0 views

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    LEGO MINDSTORMS site from New Zealand. Seems to have worth while links that focus on the NXT robots.
Steve Madsen

Lego Mindstorm NXT Playlist | Wonder How To - 0 views

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    Building Lego Robots is amazing. Here are some great tutorials that get you through the tricky parts of making the bricks sentient. Note: not sure if tutorials are actually operational?
Steve Madsen

UNSW COMPUTING :: RoboCup Junior - 0 views

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    UNSW offers training for staff in various aspects of NXT Lego robots. Seems to have workshops each year.
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    UNSW Computing has developed specialised robotic workshops for school students. They focus on the use of the new Lego NXT technology combined with the popular RoboCup Junior competition for schools. This results in some serious fun for students.
Steve Madsen

Teaching ROBOTC for Mindstorms - 0 views

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    Teaching RobotC for Lego Mindstorms
Steve Madsen

Robotics and the 5 E's - 0 views

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    Robotics Club Australia, Robotics and the 5 E's, Introductory Robotic Investigation Lesson Plans
Steve Madsen

Robotics on the Web - 0 views

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    An online Victorian collaborative project to gather, display and share robotic projects from classrooms around the world. Seems to have a primary school focus.
Steve Madsen

Atomic Learning: Robolab for NXT - Movies - 0 views

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    Atomic Learning training: a fee is involved.
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    Robolab for NXT The ROBOLAB™ software uses an icon-based, diagram-building environment to write programs that control your students' LEGO® robotics projects. This 2.9 upgrade to ROBOLAB™ is designed to support RCX users and ease the transition to the NXT system.
Steve Madsen

Lego NXT Robots - 0 views

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    A site that has some actual lessons plans and activities for the NXT robot. Seems to be quite extensive.
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    NXT Design Activities and Challenges with some programming examples
Steve Madsen

Main Page: Robotics - 0 views

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    An extensive moodle site for various technology courses in NSW by Graham Betts. One of the courses is an overview on robotics.
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    This course is designed to give people a general overview of robotics. You will need to register but registration is free and open to anyone.
Steve Madsen

Proactive PD - Education-Technology-Training - 0 views

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    This site has some actual lesson plans and activities for the NXT robots.
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    The following lesson plans are for free use by Teachers of Robotics using the LEGO NXT Mindstorms Education kit. There are Junior, Middle and Senior School Lesson Sequences and plans that build on Robot Educator. They are designed to be used in an approximate 6 week block, but feel free to access single lessons.
Steve Madsen

ALE: Robotics - 0 views

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    Moodle site that has content for RobotC programming for NXT robots. Seems to have a Robocup competition focus.
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    Moodle site that has content for RobotC programming for NXT robots. Seems to have a Robocup competition focus.
Steve Madsen

Domabotics - 0 views

shared by Steve Madsen on 26 Dec 08 - Cached
  • Robotics is fast becoming an integral part of the school curriculum with it's ability to integrate across a broad range of topics, most notably the Technology, Science and Math Key Learning Areas. Robotics encourages kids to think creatively, analyse situations and apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to real world problems. Teamwork and co-operation are a cornerstone of any robotics project. Students learn it is acceptable to make mistakes, especially if it leads them to better solutions. Robotics is a fun and engaging way to teach fundamental technology, maths and science concepts.
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      Nice description as to why to teach robotics
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    Australian site that seems to deal with robotics indepth.
Steve Madsen

Robotics Bookmarks Lacking - 31 views

During the summer 2008 / 09 holidays, I was in the process of creating a unit of work using the Lego NXT robots. I assumed there would be some bookmarks within the OZ/NZ educators group on roboti...

NXT Lego robotics

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