A LEGO Engineering Conference was hosted by LEGO Education and by the Tufts CEEO in Jakarta, on 18 November, 2013. The day consisted of presentations and hands-on workshops on the integration of robotics into the classroom.
A set of five new EV3 digital workbooks were developed for this conference.
Download the LEGO Engineering Conference Jakarta 2013 – EV3 Workbooks (4MB, ZIP) containing…
- Silly Walks – Build a robot that moves, but without using wheels (as wheels).
- Going the Distance – Build a robot that moves forward. Then determine how to program it to go any distance.
- Musical Instruments – Build a robotic musical instrument and perform a song.
- Pendulum – Build a pendulum and collect data to explore the relationship between length and period.
- Home Automation – Design, build, and program a robot that demonstrates an example of home automation.
NOTE: The LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Software is required to open these workbooks.
Dr. Ethan Danahy (Engineering Research Program Director, Tufts CEEO) gave a welcome to set the tone for the day as well as the keynote address. Download both presentations here…
- LEGO Engineering Conference Jakarta 2013 – Welcome (8MB, PDF)
- LEGO Engineering Conference Jakarta 2013 – Danahy Keynote (31MB, PDF)
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I'm a teacher in Tasmania, Australia, and have been using LEGO MINDSTORMS with my students since 2001. I'm the editor in chief for LEGO Engineering (this site) as well as the content editor for LEGO Education Australia (LEGOeducation.com.au).
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