Class 10 : Robotics & Arduino

Course Objectives • Spark a love for robotics and technology in young children. • Develop basic coding skills through interactive, playful activities. • ... Show more
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Course Description:
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the fascinating world of robotics and Arduino programming. Students will gain hands-on experience building and controlling robots using the Arduino platform, while developing essential skills in electronics, coding, and problem-solving. Through engaging projects, they will explore various robotic concepts, design principles, and applications across diverse fields.

Learning Objectives:
● Understand the fundamentals of robotics, including robot anatomy, types, and applications.
● Gain practical experience with Arduino programming and hardware components.
● Design and build functional robots with increasing complexity levels.
● Develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills.
● Apply robotics knowledge to solve real-world challenges.

Course Structure:
The course will be divided into 10 chapters, each focusing on a specific robotic concept or application. Each chapter will include:
● Theoretical Concepts: Clear explanations and demonstrations of key concepts, accompanied by visual aids and interactive elements.
● Hands-on Projects: A series of 10 progressively challenging projects that build upon each other, allowing students to apply their knowledge and skills in a practical setting.
● Assessment: Quizzes, assignments, and project evaluations to gauge student understanding and progress.
Chapter-by-Chapter Breakdown:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Robotics
● Project 1: Building a Simple Robot (Basic movement using motors and sensors)
● Project 2: Light-Following Robot (Utilizing sensors for obstacle detection)

Chapter 2: Arduino Programming Fundamentals
● Project 3: LED Blinking (Learning basic Arduino commands)
● Project 4: Buzzer Tone Generator (Exploring control flow and timing)

Chapter 3: Motors and Motion Control
● Project 5: Line-Following Robot (Advanced sensor integration and control)
● Project 6: Maze-Solving Robot (Implementing decision-making algorithms)

Chapter 4: Sensors and Data Acquisition
● Project 7: Temperature-Sensing Robot (Gathering environmental data)
● Project 8: Object-Detection Robot (Employing ultrasonic or IR sensors)

Chapter 5: Servo Motors and Continuous Rotation
● Project 9: Robotic Arm (Manipulating objects with servo motors)
● Project 10: Rotating Platform (Achieving complex movements)

Chapter 6: Communication and Networking
● Project 11: Bluetooth-Controlled Robot (Wireless communication for remote control)
● Project 12: Wi-Fi-Connected Robot (Accessing and transmitting data over the internet)

Chapter 7: Advanced Programming Techniques
● Project 13: Line-Following Robot with PID Control (Implementing feedback loops for improved accuracy)
● Project 14: Obstacle Avoidance Robot (Using advanced sensor fusion and pathfinding algorithms)

Chapter 8: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
● Project 15: Voice-Controlled Robot (Understanding basic speech recognition)
● Project 16: Gesture-Controlled Robot (Interpreting hand movements using sensors)

Chapter 9: Robotics Applications in Different Fields
● Project 17: Educational Robot (Designing a robot for interactive learning)
● Project 18: Home Automation Robot (Building a robot for domestic tasks)

Chapter 10: The Future of Robotics
● Project 19: Research Project (Exploring cutting-edge robotics trends and applications)
● Project 20: Innovation Showcase (Presenting final projects and potential future developments)

Assessment:
● Formative Assessments: Quizzes, assignments, project checks, and peer feedback to provide continuous feedback and support.
● Summative Assessments: Midterm and final exams to assess overall understanding and mastery of key concepts.
● Project Evaluations: Comprehensive evaluation of each project based on criteria such as functionality, design, creativity, and documentation.

Pedagogical Approach:
● Active Learning: The course will emphasize hands-on activities, project-based learning, and interactive discussions to engage students and promote deeper understanding.
● Differentiation: Instruction will be adapted to cater to different learning styles and abilities, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility.
● Collaboration: Students will be encouraged to work together on projects, fostering teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills.
● Real-World Applications: The course will connect robotic concepts to real-world challenges and applications, inspiring students and demonstrating the relevance of their learning.
Resources:
● Arduino IDE
● Arduino starter kits and components
● Online tutorials and documentation
● Robotics textbooks and magazines

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Working hours

Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Class 10 : Robotics & Arduino