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Scientix 9th SPWatFCL Brussels 6-8 November 2015: Robotic Platform Karel

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Presentation of the project "Robotic Platform Karel" by Mihai Agape - Romania, held during the 9th Science Projects Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab, Brussels, 6-8 November 2015

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Scientix 9th SPWatFCL Brussels 6-8 November 2015: Robotic Platform Karel

  1. 1. Karel – Autonomous Robot for Enhancing Learning Mihai Agape Palatul Copiilor Drobeta Turnu Severin – Filiala Orsova 9th Science Projects Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab Brussels, EUN, 07.11.2015
  2. 2.  This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.  This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
  3. 3. Summary Karel project overview Key competences developing
  4. 4. KAREL PROJECT OVERVIEW General Information Partners Objectives Results & Outcomes Robot Requirements Tasks Distribution
  5. 5. General Information  Programme: LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME  Sub-programme: COMENIUS  Action type: PARTNERSHIPS  Action: COMENIUS Multilateral school partnerships  LLP Link No: 2013-1-RO1-COM06-29664 1  Project title: Karel - Autonomous Robot for Enhancing Learning  Project acronym: KAREL  Implementation: 01.08.2013 – 31.07.2015
  6. 6. WHO? Partners, pupils, teachers 1. Platon Schools (Εκπαιδευτηρια Πλατων) (Katerini, Greece) 2. Beypazari Teknik Ve Endüstri Meslek Lisesi (Beypazari, Turkey) 3. Technikum nr 1 im. Stanisława Staszica w Zespole Szkoł Technicznych w Rybniku (Rybnik, Poland) 4. Palatul Copiilor (Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania) Pupils (aged from 14 to 19 years old) & Teachers
  7. 7. WHY? Objectives  Improve teaching and learning of science and technology using robotics as integrator  O1. Apply practical math and scientific concepts while learning to design, build, test and document KAREL.  O2. Create an interdisciplinary curriculum to use with KAREL robotic platform.  O3. Improve confidence and fluency in English and learn scientific and technical vocabulary in partners’ languages.
  8. 8. WHAT? Results & Outcomes  Robotics platform designed, tested and manufactured.  Robotics dictionary.  Curriculum with lesson plans in the next fields: physics, biology, programming, mechanics, electronics, and robotics.
  9. 9. HOW? Tasks Distribution  Robotic platform design, manufacture, test and document:  a) Mechanical system  Turkey  b) Electronic system  Poland (input / output devices)  Romania (controller, motor drivers, power supply, communication)  d) Software  Greece (codes for lessons)  Romania (codes for input / output devices)
  10. 10. HOW? Tasks Distribution  Pupils:  Create robotics dictionary  Research, design, build, test, and program robotic platform  Test curriculum  Teachers:  Design robotic platform, and curriculum  Guide pupils
  11. 11. KEY COMPETENCES DEVELOPING Communication in the mother tongue Communication in foreign languages Mathematical competence and basic competences in STEM Digital competence Learning to learn Social and civic competences Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship Cultural awareness and expression
  12. 12. COMMUNICATION IN THE MOTHER TONGUE Oral form (deliver presentations) Written form (prepare presentations, and papers)
  13. 13. National Dissemination (examples)  "Karel - Autonomous Robot for Enhancing Learning", National Robotics Trophy ROBOTOR 2013, October 11- 13, 2013; Palatul Copiilor Botosani. http://1drv.ms/1iA2eND  "Karel – Parteneriat Scolar Multilateral Comenius", National Symposium "Performance through Noformal Activies", 03.02.2014, CCD Mehedinti. http://1drv.ms/1iARMW5  “Karel – Comenius Multilateral School Partnership”, National Festival INOVAFEST, 15.03.2014, Drobeta Turnu Severin. http://1drv.ms/1iAYoUn  “Karelino, un pas in dezvoltarea platformei robotice Karel”, National Symposium IPO-TECH, 29.03.2014, Tirgu- Neamt. http://1drv.ms/1iAWS4S
  14. 14. National Electronics Contest Constanta, 22 – 26.06.2014
  15. 15. Papers
  16. 16. COMMUNICATION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES English (prepare and deliver presentations and workshops) Polish, Greek, Turkish, and Romanian (translation of the robotics dictionary)
  17. 17. Delivering presentations created during research phase
  18. 18. Lesson Plans Speed & Velocity Work
  19. 19. How to assemble Karel lower board
  20. 20. 2nd Scientix Conference Brussels, 24 – 26.10.2014 http://1drv.ms/1QuTwCl
  21. 21. Dictionary translation (TR)
  22. 22. Dictionary translation (PL)
  23. 23. Mathematical Competence
  24. 24. Animation created in Geogebra
  25. 25. Theoretical problems related to geometrical constraints study  Ground clearance  Front overhang  Rear overhang We will use the work for some Math lesson plan
  26. 26. Calculus of Rear Overhang
  27. 27. Calculus of Rear Overhang
  28. 28. Calculus of Departure Angle 
  29. 29. Ramp Angle Ground Clearance
  30. 30. Calculate Ground Clearance (h) with Wolfram|Alpha knowledge motor
  31. 31. Calculate Ground Clearance (h) with Geogebra
  32. 32. (BASIC) COMPETENCES IN SCIENCE &TECHNOLOGY
  33. 33. Engineering Design Process  Define the problem  Do background research  Create detailed specifications  Create different solutions  Choose the best solution  Design the product  Build a prototype  Test and redesign
  34. 34. Detailed Specifications http://1drv.ms/1UJFHFU
  35. 35. Wheels, Brackets
  36. 36. Robot Base
  37. 37. Load Switch http://1drv.ms/1VTjgLI
  38. 38. Karelino http://1drv.ms/1UJGab0
  39. 39. Karel – First Prototype
  40. 40. DIGITAL COMPETENCE
  41. 41. Using 3D CAD Software Robot Base
  42. 42. Abordare nouă pentru al doilea prototip Karel  2 plăci  Placa inferioară  Sistemul de management al bateriei  Motoare  Placa superioară  Controler  Stabilizatoare  Drivere de motor  Dispozitive I/O
  43. 43. Upper Board 3D Bottom View
  44. 44. Upper Board 3D Top View
  45. 45. Geogebra
  46. 46. Atmel Studio 6
  47. 47. Google Docs Spreadsheet  Datasheet
  48. 48. Google Docs Document
  49. 49. Other Software Applications  Arduino  FLIP – programming microcontrollers  Applications for creation of documents & presentations  Google Docs – writing documents in cooperation  Social network – cooperation & dissemination
  50. 50. LEARNING TO LEARN Solve problems in international team Hands on workshops Brain on activities
  51. 51. Math Challenge (1 pizza)
  52. 52. Robot Chassis Challenge
  53. 53. Robot Chassis Challenge
  54. 54. Arduino Programming Workshop
  55. 55. PCB Assembling Workshop http://1drv.ms/1gkPw7p
  56. 56. PCB Assembling Workshop
  57. 57. Karel Lower Board Assembling
  58. 58. Karel Programming Workshop
  59. 59. Karel & Robotic Contests Workshop
  60. 60. SOCIAL AND CIVIC COMPETENCES Project meetings Robotics Symposiums Robotics Competitions
  61. 61. Beypazari City Hall
  62. 62. Rybnik City Hall
  63. 63. Katerini City Hall
  64. 64. Regional Authorities of Pieria
  65. 65. Robotics Symposium Beypazari
  66. 66. Robotics Symposium Rybnik
  67. 67. Robotics Symposium Rybnik
  68. 68. Robotics Symposium Katerini
  69. 69. Robotics Symposium Katerini
  70. 70. Robotics Symposium Orsova
  71. 71. Robotics Symposium Orsova
  72. 72. Robotic Tournament 2014
  73. 73. Robotic Tournament 2014
  74. 74. Robotic Tournament 2014
  75. 75. Robotic Tournament 2015
  76. 76. Robotic Tournament 2015
  77. 77. International Robotics Trophy Robotor 2015
  78. 78. International Robotics Trophy Robotor 2015
  79. 79. International Robotics Trophy Robotor 2015
  80. 80. International Robotics Trophy Robotor 2015
  81. 81. SENSE OF INITIATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Turn ideas into action Creativity, innovation and risk-taking Plan and manage projects in order to achieve objectives Commercial activity
  82. 82. Bill of Materials
  83. 83. Online Stores for Electronic Components
  84. 84. Online Order
  85. 85. CULTURAL AWARENESS AND EXPRESSION Music Visual Arts (Logo, Movies)
  86. 86. Karel Logo http://1drv.ms/1ikS3mI
  87. 87. Videos https://goo.gl/81rDFh
  88. 88. STEM -> STEAM https://goo.gl/qKC6mY
  89. 89. Musical breaks
  90. 90. Intellectual Capacities  Critical thinking  Creativity  Initiative  Problem solving  Risk assessment  Decision taking  Constructive management of feelings
  91. 91. OUTCOMES
  92. 92. Karel – Third Prototype http://1drv.ms/1EU5fJk
  93. 93. Karel Lower Board Bottom View
  94. 94. Karel Lower Board Top View
  95. 95. Karel Upper Board Bottom View
  96. 96. Karel Upper Board Top View
  97. 97. Karel’s User Manual http://1drv.ms/1ilD8Jb  Introduction  Karel’s Specification  Karel’s Design Evolution  Hardware  Manufacturing  Programming  Bibliography
  98. 98. Robotics Dictionary http://1drv.ms/1MiYQtH
  99. 99. Lesson Plans http://1drv.ms/1ilCr2m
  100. 100. Copyright  Almost all the work released under free licenses  TAPR Open Hardware License (www.tapr.org/OHL)  MIT License (http://mit-license.org/)  CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/)  Links  PPT presentations http://www.slideshare.net/mihaiagape/edit_my_uploads  Designs https://github.com/magape
  101. 101. MORE INFORMATION
  102. 102. EST database http://www.europeansharedtreasure.eu/detail.php ?id_project_base=2013-1-RO1-COM06-29664
  103. 103. Scientix database http://www.scientix.eu/web/guest/projects/
  104. 104. Mihai Agape  mihai.agape@gmail.com  www.nonformal.ro  Yahoo mihai_agape  Skype mihai_agape  Google+ mihai.agape  Twitter @mihai_agape
  105. 105. Invitations  I invited to have fun during the Programming for all: Scratch workshop Motto: If a six years old pupil can do it I can also do it.  International Robotics Trophy ROBOTOR 2016  SCRatch International Programming Trial SCRIPT 2016

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