Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Tuesday February 12, 2019 - Python Top Down


Mechatronics Engineering Plan For Today:

  • Python
  • Open Lab
  • Clean Up



Python
  • Lecture/Presentation - Duration: 40 Min
  • Link: Python TOP Down Design
  • Instructions & Expectations: Listen and take notes in your Interactive Lab Book. If needed review the posted slide presentation.  
  • How to Submit Assignment: See the lab demo and write your code, but there will probably be a Mechatronics Engineering google classroom assignment found on the STREAM
  • Dig Deeper: solve the prime number lab
Robot Club and/or Open LAB 
  • LAB - Duration: 40 Min
  • Link: Robot Club Google Sites
  • Instructions & Expectations: Connect with your Robot Club Team.  You will either be working on your Robot Project or an Open Lab Project.  
    • You will need to account for your time. You will need to convince me by your form submission that you worked given the time allotted. 
    • If  you or your Robot Club Team worked on the Robot Club project, you will make sure your Robot Project Status Google docs are updated.  
    • If you worked on an Open Lab Project, you will also need to tell me about what you accomplished and what you are planning next.
  • How to Submit Assignment:   Each Student needs to account for your time.  
  • Dig Deeper: Open Lab:
Clean Up
  • Assignment - Duration: 2-10 Min
  • Instructions & Expectations: Desk cleanup, put away all projects, find your assigned job
  • How to Submit Assignment: When Complete, check yourself off on Sign Out Sheet - 2 Points

Monday, February 11, 2019

Monday February 11, 2019 - Youth Truth, Robo Rave, Python Loops & Open Lab


Entry Ticket - Youth Truth Survey
  • Assignment - Duration: 20-30 Min
  • Link: ytsurvey.org/siliconv19
  • Instructions & Expectations: Take the survey
  • How to Submit Assignment: Raise your hand and show me the "Thank You" page - 10 Points
  • Dig Deeper: When you are done. please still be quiet, and check out the RoboRave site.  Is there a competition you would like to create a team for?  Tell me here in our Mechatronics Engineering google classroom assignment found on the STREAM

Mechatronics Engineering Plan For Today:

  • Youth Truth Survey
  • Robo Rave
  • Python
  • Open Lab
  • Clean Up



Python
  • Lecture/Presentation - Duration: 15 Min
  • Link: Python Loops
  • Instructions & Expectations: Listen and take notes in your Interactive Lab Book. If needed review the posted slide presentation.  
  • How to Submit Assignment: See the lab demo and write your code, but there will probably be a Mechatronics Engineering google classroom assignment found on the STREAM
  • Dig Deeper: solve the prime number lab

    Robot Club and/or Open LAB 
    • LAB - Duration: 40 Min
    • Link: Robot Club Google Sites
    • Instructions & Expectations: Connect with your Robot Club Team.  You will either be working on your Robot Project or an Open Lab Project.  
      • You will need to account for your time. You will need to convince me by your form submission that you worked given the time allotted. 
      • If  you or your Robot Club Team worked on the Robot Club project, you will make sure your Robot Project Status Google docs are updated.  
      • If you worked on an Open Lab Project, you will also need to tell me about what you accomplished and what you are planning next.
    • How to Submit Assignment:   Each Student needs to account for your time.  
    • Dig Deeper: Open Lab:
    Clean Up
    • Assignment - Duration: 2-10 Min
    • Instructions & Expectations: Desk cleanup, put away all projects, find your assigned job
    • How to Submit Assignment: When Complete, check yourself off on Sign Out Sheet - 2 Points

    Saturday, February 9, 2019

    Summer At Standord - Logic Camp

    Stanford University is holding two Logic Camps for High School students this summer: 

    A.      The CS Logic Institute from June 17 – June 28
    Rising 9th- 12th graders will learn Logic at Stanford through a computational perspective with applications in mathematics, science, engineering, business, and law. Experience modules on learning and thinking methods: collaborative, heuristics, Socratic, reflective, cognitive theories. This course also includes mentoring and elite college admissions counseling. Join only 31 other students in challenging coursework, engaging lectures, team and individual exercises, projects, puzzles, special events, and guests.

    The cost is $2,000 per participant, but all students underrepresented in STEM will automatically be considered for a full scholarship from the CS Logic Institute. Flyer available here.

    Application deadline is April 30th. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://intrologic.stanford.edu/logicinstitute/

    B.      Logic is Fundamental from July 15 – July 26
    Rising 9th – 12th graders will learn Logic through a computational perspective with applications in mathematics, science, engineering, business, and law. Join only 31 other students in challenging coursework, engaging lectures, team and individual exercises, projects, puzzles, special events, and guests. Taught by a Stanford Computer Science professor and logician and an award-winning High School teacher.

    The cost is $2,000 per participant. Application deadline is April 30th. Flyer available here. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://intrologic.stanford.edu/logicisfundamental/

    Friday, February 8, 2019

    Friday February 8, 2019 - IoT conference - Final ExploraVision


    Mechatronics Engineering Google Site
    Special Instructions:

    Entry Ticket - Maybe a Free Pass to the IoT Conference
    Mechatronics Engineering Plan For Today:
    • ExploraVision
    • Open Lab
    • Clean Up



    ExploraVision
    • LAB - Duration: 30 Min
    • Link: Project Format
    • Make sure you look at this https://www.exploravision.org/avoiding-disqualification
    • One Team Member Please create account here
    • Instructions & Expectations: Work in your teams to start completing the following:
      • Present Technology*: An overview of the present form of the technology including scientific principles involved in its functioning. A problem definition or limitation of this present technology that you address in your ExploraVision project.
      • History: Research and description of the history of the technology from its inception.
      • Future Technology: Description of the team's vision for what this technology would be like in 20 years, including scientific principles involved in developing the technology.
      • Breakthroughs*: Research and description of breakthroughs that are necessary to make the future technology design a reality. Description of why this future technology doesn't exist today. (Choose one of your required breakthroughs and describe an investigation that would have to be planned and carried out to test your ExploraVision project. If possible, include the kind of data or measurements that would be collected in the investigation.)
      • Design Process*: Description of three alternative ideas of features the team considered for their project. The ideas and features should be directly related to the project. Describe why the team rejected each feature and idea in favor of the ones in the submitted technology. Describe how your future technology feature is better than the rejected design feature.
      • Consequences*: Description of recognition that all technologies have positive and negative consequences including the potential positive and negative consequences of the new technology on society.
      • Bibliography; A list of all sources and references used in researching the chosen technology. Sources must be clearly labeled and include title, author, publisher, and copyright date.
    • How to Submit Assignment: Cut and Paste your work (probably part of a shared doc) into the Google Class ExploraVision Assignment.  Go to our Mechatronics Engineering google classroom and check the STREAM - 20 Points
      Robot Club and/or Open LAB 
      • LAB - Duration: 30 Min
      • Link: Robot Club Google Sites
      • Instructions & Expectations: Connect with your Robot Club Team.  You will either be working on your Robot Project or an Open Lab Project.  
        • You will need to account for your time. You will need to convince me by your form submission that you worked given the time allotted. 
        • If  you or your Robot Club Team worked on the Robot Club project, you will make sure your Robot Project Status Google docs are updated.  
        • If you worked on an Open Lab Project, you will also need to tell me about what you accomplished and what you are planning next.
      • How to Submit Assignment:   Each Student needs to account for your time.  
      • Dig Deeper: Open Lab:
      Clean Up
      • Assignment - Duration: 2-10 Min
      • Instructions & Expectations: Desk cleanup, put away all projects, find your assigned job
      • How to Submit Assignment: When Complete, check yourself off on Sign Out Sheet - 2 Points

      Thursday, February 7, 2019

      Thursday February 7. 2019 - ExploraVision & MapIn Team


      Mechatronics Engineering Google Site
      Special Instructions:


      Mechatronics Engineering Plan For Today:
      • ExploraVision
      • Open Lab
      • Clean Up



      ExploraVision
      • LAB - Duration: 30 Min
      • Link: Project Format
      • Make sure you look at this https://www.exploravision.org/avoiding-disqualification
      • One Team Member Please create account here
      • Instructions & Expectations: Work in your teams to start completing the following:
        • Present Technology*: An overview of the present form of the technology including scientific principles involved in its functioning. A problem definition or limitation of this present technology that you address in your ExploraVision project.
        • History: Research and description of the history of the technology from its inception.
        • Future Technology: Description of the team's vision for what this technology would be like in 20 years, including scientific principles involved in developing the technology.
        • Breakthroughs*: Research and description of breakthroughs that are necessary to make the future technology design a reality. Description of why this future technology doesn't exist today. (Choose one of your required breakthroughs and describe an investigation that would have to be planned and carried out to test your ExploraVision project. If possible, include the kind of data or measurements that would be collected in the investigation.)
        • Design Process*: Description of three alternative ideas of features the team considered for their project. The ideas and features should be directly related to the project. Describe why the team rejected each feature and idea in favor of the ones in the submitted technology. Describe how your future technology feature is better than the rejected design feature.
        • Consequences*: Description of recognition that all technologies have positive and negative consequences including the potential positive and negative consequences of the new technology on society.
        • Bibliography; A list of all sources and references used in researching the chosen technology. Sources must be clearly labeled and include title, author, publisher, and copyright date.
      • How to Submit Assignment: Cut and Paste your work (probably part of a shared doc) into the Google Class ExploraVision Assignment.  Go to our Mechatronics Engineering google classroom and check the STREAM - 20 Points
        Map In - Successful Student 
        • LAB - Duration: 40 Min
        • Link: Successful Student
        • Instructions & Expectations: Connect with you
        Robot Club and/or Open LAB 
        • LAB - Duration: 30 Min
        • Link: Robot Club Google Sites
        • Instructions & Expectations: Connect with your Robot Club Team.  You will either be working on your Robot Project or an Open Lab Project.  
          • You will need to account for your time. You will need to convince me by your form submission that you worked given the time allotted. 
          • If  you or your Robot Club Team worked on the Robot Club project, you will make sure your Robot Project Status Google docs are updated.  
          • If you worked on an Open Lab Project, you will also need to tell me about what you accomplished and what you are planning next.
        • How to Submit Assignment:   Each Student needs to account for your time.  
        • Dig Deeper: Open Lab:
        Clean Up
        • Assignment - Duration: 2-10 Min
        • Instructions & Expectations: Desk cleanup, put away all projects, find your assigned job
        • How to Submit Assignment: When Complete, check yourself off on Sign Out Sheet - 2 Points

        Tuesday, February 5, 2019

        Tuesday February 5, 2019 - Python and Open Lab


        Mechatronics Engineering Google Site
        Special Instructions:

        Extra Credit
        1. Write a guessing game where the user has to guess a secret number. After every guess the program tells the user whether their number was too large or too small. At the end the number of tries needed should be printed. It counts only as one try if they input the same number multiple times consecutively.


        Mechatronics Engineering Plan For Today:
        • Python
        • ExploraVision
        • Open Lab
        • Clean Up



        Python
        • Lecture/Presentation - Duration: 40 Min
        • Link: Python Loops
        • Instructions & Expectations: Listen and take notes in your Interactive Lab Book. If needed review the posted slide presentation.  
        • How to Submit Assignment: See the lab demo and write your code, but there will probably be a Mechatronics Engineering google classroom assignment found on the STREAM
        • Dig Deeper: solve the prime number lab

          Robot Club and/or Open LAB 
          • LAB - Duration: 40 Min
          • Link: Robot Club Google Sites
          • Instructions & Expectations: Connect with your Robot Club Team.  You will either be working on your Robot Project or an Open Lab Project.  
            • You will need to account for your time. You will need to convince me by your form submission that you worked given the time allotted. 
            • If  you or your Robot Club Team worked on the Robot Club project, you will make sure your Robot Project Status Google docs are updated.  
            • If you worked on an Open Lab Project, you will also need to tell me about what you accomplished and what you are planning next.
          • How to Submit Assignment:   Each Student needs to account for your time.  
          • Dig Deeper: Open Lab:
          Clean Up
          • Assignment - Duration: 2-10 Min
          • Instructions & Expectations: Desk cleanup, put away all projects, find your assigned job
          • How to Submit Assignment: When Complete, check yourself off on Sign Out Sheet - 2 Points