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EDISON SIMPLE ROBOT

112,00 $

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Edison and EdPy: Get Edison moving

Edison Robot with Remote Control and Printed Guide

About this item

  • Durable and Simple: The toy robot is extremely strong and durable and can withstand heavy pressure and weight. This coding robot is very easy to learn and perfect to be used in schools for young children learning.
  • Multiple Compatibility: Our programmable robots are compatible with all operating system like Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, and iOS. Programmable software is available for the stem robot for every operating system.
  • Remote Controlled: The educational robot can be controlled with remote control as well as with manual buttons on it. The coding toy responds to DVD and TV remotes.
  • Bar Code Scanner: The programmable robot can not only download the software but can also scan barcode to learn new activities and functions, like line following, battling over other robots, obstacle detection, light, and sound sensitivity, etc.
  • Built-in Sensors: Our coding robots have multiple built-in sensors with the help of which they can detect and respond to sound and light, avoid obstacles and follow lines. These sensors make it the best stem robotics kit for kids.

How do you ‘drive’ an Edison robot? By programming the robot with code! In this lesson, you will learn how to write text-based code to get Edison moving.

Introduce text-based programming and the key computational concept of sequence to your students using Edison robots and EdPy, a text-based programming language based on Python. This lesson introduces some computer science and programming basics including functions, inputs, input parameters and outputs. Students then apply what they have learnt by taking on the challenge of writing their own program to get their Edison robot through a maze.

This 1-hour lesson is designed to allow students to work independently through two parts:

  • Part 1: How do computers ‘think’?
  • Part 2: How do you navigate a maze?
  • Celebrate student success!

    Recognise your students’ achievements in taking on an Hour of Code challenge with Edison robots by presenting them with a certificate of completion.

  • Is this your first time using Edison?

    If this is your first time using Edison or EdPy, there are a few extra things you need to know. This Getting started with Edison and EdPy set will help you get the most out of Edison, EdPy and this activity. Inside you will find:

    • step-by-step help for setting up your robots and programming devices plus
    • a hands-on introduction activity for students.

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