Our Primary Curriculums:
- Carnegie Mellon Videos
- “EV3Lessons has tested and approved all lessons in Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Beyond, and Workshops. If you use any of the lessons in your own classrooms/workshops, or use any techniques/code presented on this site in a contest, you must credit the original author for the work/idea. “
Important Points Covered In Class
- How to Power On & Off
- How to Update the Firmware
- Keep the Charging Port Available When Designing and Building Robots
- The “Back Button”
- The “EV3” is how they refer to the brain brick.
- Negative Power makes it go backwards. (Like reverse polarity of a motor) This is controlled on the slider bar.
- The app for calculating wheel size vs moving distance can be found here.
Other Curriculums For Extra Fun
- Damien Kee – Classroom Activities for the Busy Teacher $20, digitally
- Educational Robots for Absolute Beginners – EV3 Edition
- “This is a self-paced course. It was specifically designed for K-12 teachers, but is free and open to anyone who is interested in learning about LEGO EV3 robotics thanks to a generous grant from Google CS4HS.“
- Dr. Graeme Free Tutorial Videos
- Others I might have missed:
- The Following is a list of free online courses that are tailored directly to the LEGO EV3 system. This list was compiled by the amazing ‘Robotics in Education’ community mailing list.
- If you have a good one that is not listed here, please email it to us so that we can post it for the benefit of all of Tache.