Course Outline: Robotics 6
The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to industrial robotics and encourage young people to explore the technology that robotics provides. It is hoped that students will become interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics subjects that will them an edge and strong motivation, and a great improvement in learning speed.
The learner is also exposed to learning basic construction of circuits using Fritzing CAD software with Arduino which is available in Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, and IOS platforms. The student is also allowed to use AnyDesk a remote access tool so they can control our computers in school for their activity.
I. Course Objectives:
At the end of the course, students should be able to:Students will comprehend what makes a machine a robot; identify several different robots and the tasks that they do.
A. Students will be aware with the role of robots in the industry
B. Students will learn step by step how to design or conceptualize Robot.
C. Student will be exposed to basic Arduino. Projects.
II. Course Content:
- Introduction to Industrial Robot
a. Robot Classification
b. Importance of Industrial Robots
c. Advantages of Robots
2. Introduction to Fritzing
a. How to use the CAD software
b. Familiarize Electronic components
c. How to use Arduino in Fritzing
III. Performance Tasks:
- Reaction Paper; Can Humans and Robot Coexist
IV. Academic Performance Evaluation System:
This is a participatory workshop: all students are required to attend all sessions. This is reflected in the grading as attendance is a significant fraction of the score. The grade breakdown is as follows:
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Mr. Reymann O. Panes