Elementary School Technology Instructor Reference
Welcome the Instructor reference page. This page will (hopefully) be the one-stop location for information.
Steve is the Program Coordinator, Eric covers the materials. Bob is responsible for the documentation.
On the right side pane, each school has a teacher and parent coordinator who will handle registration, room reservations, and ensure that the materials are ready (eg. Lego kits, computers).
Volunteer background check click here
After School STEM Class Coordinator
Steve Everley (email@example.com)
Eric Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Noreen Zangara (email@example.com )
Bryan Wallace (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Angela Dengel (email@example.com )
Bob Eckstein (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Lorraine Mason (email@example.com)
Looking for leaders
Instructor Weekly Lesson Plan
Lesson Plan Slides
Color Building Instructions
Lego Engineering II
Lego Materials (same as Lego Eng I)
Teacher Notes contain the course syllabus and information for each of the sessions. For each model, the notes include the Back Story for the problem, how to setup the model, exercises to test the model, and some extended activities using the model (if you have time.
The following list contains the Student Worksheet (SW) and Building Instructions (BI). These documents will be provided in the binder at each school.
NOTE: The completed models were captured in LDraw but a couple of the BIs have minor sequence issues (random floating part; missing sub-model). These issues will be addressed before class starts.
Lego Robotics I
Instructor Weekly Lesson Plan (5-Week)
5 Minute Bot Building Instructions (pages 4-9)
Download EV3 software (PC/MAC/Android/iPad)
Helpful EV3 Robot tutorials:
Lego Robotics II
Lesson Plan (7-Week Variant used Spring 2018)
Gripper Instructions (pulled from Lesson Plan)
Programming with Scratch
Sherwood Lego League
This is the big fundraiser for the High School Robotics Club. They handle all of the signups and coaches training. Signups are open from Feb 1 to March 11. Teams will start practicing after Spring Break. Here is a link to the signup form.
By mid-March, we will update the links for Lego Robotics coaches:
The following links provide some useful sites for Lego Robotics coaches: