RS – SpeedBot: Success!


Janeal Tyler, Computer Science Teacher

Students in the Robotics Seminar class have completed their first robot builds!  After missing parts, modifying brackets, redesigning, they have had success!  Check out the video below to how this project progressed.



To read more about the beginning of the struggles with this project please read “Robot Construction: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”


To learn more about the over all project and learning targets please read “RS – Unit 4 VEX Robo Rally”


Now that students have completed this project their next challenge is to learn how to program their robots to move without a controller.  If you would like to learn more please read “RS – Unit 5 VEX Medbot”

Stay tuned for more exciting updates!


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