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David Salch
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(3,271)
Expand your Robotics skills beyond the basics and perform some real world tasks like racing and following objects.

Class experience

This class focuses on more advanced concepts of robotics after the beginner class. Concepts will include coding efficiency, sensor limitations, and accomplishing a real world task.
I have been involved in computer science and robotics for 5 decades, having hand built my first robot as a teenager back in the day where parts had to be manually hard wired from scratch. In my career I have touched on many hardware / software disciplines and have several patents to my name in this field. This gives me a unique view on hardware and software as two parts of a whole end product. 
In addition to the technical skills I have spent decades explaining difficult computer science concepts to non-technical crowds including investors, administrators, salesmen, etc.  This provided a solid basis for teaching these skills in an age appropriate manner. 
My computer science classes bring these two (technical abilities and teaching experience) together into a fun, exciting hands on experience that is age appropriate. 
I have worked with this particular Yahboom robot for about 4 years now, and successfully taught basic robotics and some fairly advanced concepts) with this robot to hundreds of students. 
Homework Offered
Between classes it is expected to work on the class challenge and bring it operating to class the next week. Help will be available during the week as required.
2 - 4 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Each challenge is presented as a class competition where robots compete with each other for accuracy, efficiency and successful mission completion.
Grades Offered
Each student is expected to bring to class the robot and microcontroller. This can either be built in the "introduction to robotics" class or acquired on your own from these links.


Also, you will need the paper "race track" that is in the robot package.  a white paper with a big black oval. 
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(3,271)
Learning facts and skills is definitely important, but an often missed but critical piece of education is understanding the foundation. Without a proper understanding of the underlying principles of "how something works," the collection of facts... 
Group Class


for 5 classes
1x per week, 5 weeks
50 min

Completed by 251 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 10-15
3-18 learners per class

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