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Total Unit Running Time: 35-45* minutes

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FIELD TRIP: Building A Robot 

Running Time: 5:16 


Maneuver the bots with the Combustible Lemons–FIRST Robotics World Champs, as they explain  their approach to creating a robot. Along with VVR Host, Steve Grubbs, learn about the engineering  design process, the constraints, and the solutions in order to create the perfect robot for the  upcoming competition. For more info, visit here

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Running Time: Self-paced* 

Robolympiad is an interactive game that teaches students the basics of programming.  Players program their robots to navigate an obstacle course by providing it with a series of  instructions such as Go Forward, Turn Left, Jump, and Slide. The robot then executes these  instructions in the student-selected sequence. Planning is key to complete the course in good time.

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STORY 1 : Helmets Are Cool Kids 

Running Time: 7:54 

NGSS: HS-ETS1-2, HS-PS2-3 

Topics Covered  

  • Purpose and function of helmets 
  • Concepts of applied force, clearance, inertia • How R&D has advanced helmet technology

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. A (BT6–evaluation) 
  2. D (BT2–comprehension)
  3. A (BT4–analysis) 
  4. B (BT4–analysis) 
  5. B (BT2–comprehension)
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STORY 2: Biodiversity 

Running Time: 6:35 

NGSS: HS-ETS1-2, HS-LS2-7 

Topics Covered 

  • Relationship among Earth’s systems 
  • Sustainable practices (e.g., hydropower) 
  • Concepts of emergence & urbanization 

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills

  1. A (BT6–evaluation) 
  2. B (BT4–analysis) 
  3. B (BT2–comprehension)
  4. D (BT3–application)
  5. C (BT5–synthesis) 
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TEACHER DEMO : Prosthetics With Wendy

Running Time: 11:16 


Vocabulary: disarticulation, microprocessor, myoelectric 

Topics Covered 

  • Constraints & solutions of prosthetics 
  • Evolution of prosthetic devices

Assessment Answer Key  & Critical Thinking Skills 

  1. D (BT5–synthesis) 
  2. B (BT1–knowledge)
  3. D (BT5–synthesis) 
  4. C (BT4–analysis) 
  5. C (BT2–comprehension) 


Orthopedist, Biomedical Engineer, Prosthetic Technician

Science Standards: 

NGSS: HS-ETS1-2, HS-ETS1-3, HS-ETS1-4, HS-PS2-3, HS-PS2-7; TEKS: 112.34 (c.10.C), 112.34(c.11.B), 112.34(c.12.D), 112.34(c.12.F), 112.36(c.12.A), 112.37(c.4.D),  112.37(c.5.C), 112.37(c.6.A). 112.37(c.6.B), 112.39(c.3.A), 112.39(c.3.D), 112.39(c.4.B), 112.39(c.4.D), 112.39(c.4.F), 130.402(c.3.C), 130.402(c.4.A), 130.402(c.5.A),  130.402(c.5.C), 130.402(c.5.D), 130.402(c.6.A), 130.402(c.6.C), 130.402(c.6.E), 130.408(c.1.B), 130.408(c.1.D), 130.408(c.2.B), 130.408(c.2.F), 130.408(c.3.A), 130.408(c.3.C),  130.408(c.4.A), 130.408(c.4.B), 130.408(c.4.C),130.408(c.5.G), 130.408(c.6.D), 130.408(c.9.B), 130.408(c.9.C), 130.408(c.9.D), 130.408(c.9.3), 130.408(c.9.F), 130.408(c.11.A),  130.408(c.11.B), 130.408(c.11.C), 130.408(c.11.D), 130.408(c.11.E), 130.408(c.11.F); CPALMS: SC.912.E.6.6, SC.912.E.7.3, SC.912.L.17.12, SC.912.L.17.15, SC.912.L.17.16,  SC.912.L.17.20, SC.912.L.17.8, SC.912.N.1.1, SC.912.N.1.7, SC.912.N.3.5, SC.912.N.4.1, SC.912.N.4.2, SC.912.P.12.2, SC.912.P.12.3, SC.912.P.12.5