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Division Re-entry Strategy


Read our COVID-19 Division Re-entry Strategy for information about how we’re welcoming students and staff back into schools this September.We’re preparing to welcome students and staff back into schools this September.

   

Robotics and Design

Students interested in exploring the world of engineers and other maker professions would appreciate Robotics and Design. The work will be hands on and range from working with paper and pencil, drawing software, electronic components, wheels, motors  and many other bits and pieces. Some coding will be required at the higher levels, but is not a required skill to get started. Building robots (or their components) will lead to friendly competition within the school and beyond.


Course Pathways


Course Descriptors

Robotics and Design 10

Students will learn the fundamentals of robotics components and develop skills in project planning, design, and 3D printing. They will also collaborate with other team members to problem-solve and construct their robot for competitions within and outside of the school. This course does not include learning a computer programming language.

Robotics and Design 20

Students will continue to increase their knowledge of robotics components and develop skills in project planning, design, and 3D printing. They will also collaborate with other team members to problem-solve and construct their robot for competitions within and outside of the school. 

Robotics and Design 30

will enable students to fine tune their knowledge of robotics components and continue to enhance their skills in project planning, design, and 3D printing. They will also collaborate with other team members to problem-solve and construct their robot for competitions within and outside of the school. Prerequisite: Computing Science 20 (Students enrolling in Robotics and Design 30 must have already completed Computing Science 20).



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