Grade 6

LEGO Education "How to Data Log" Video

The link below provides LEGO Educations' "How to Data Log" videos for Live(Tethered) and Remote data logging:

https://elearning.legoeducation.com/courses/how-to-datalog

LEGO Education "Build Guide Book" Video

The link below provides LEGO Educations' "Out of the Box" video for using the Guide Book included in the EV3 set:

https://elearning.legoeducation.com/lessons/the-build-guide-book

LEGO Education Core Pieces Video

The link below provides LEGO Educations' "Out of the Box" video for Core Pieces in the EV3 set:

https://elearning.legoeducation.com/lessons/core-pieces

LEGO Education "Out of the Box" Videos

The links below provide LEGO Educations' "Out of the Box" videos for introducing the brick, cables and sorting a new kit. The referenced pdf's in the "Sorting the Bricks" video are provided in the Primary Instructional Material for this lesson.

The Brick:
https://elearning.legoeducation.com/lessons/the-programmable-ev3-brick

Cables:
https://elearning.legoeducation.com/lessons/cables

Inside Your Computer video (4:12)

This is a good intro video for beginners - possibly show before the Intel video. Bettina Bair from TedEd narrates the illustrated video showing what really happens when you click a mouse's button. (Thanks to Mrs. Udo for finding it.)

http://ed.ted.com/lessons/inside-your-computer-bettina-bair#watch

Introduction to NXT Mindstorms

This is the very first lesson anyone should got through if he/she wants to learn Lego Robotics.

Non-autonomous mode

Program Buttons to move the Robot

This is a Sample program on how to make the robot move forward if the "1 Button" is pressed.
When you move the right controller stick it makes motorD move.
When you move the left controller stick it makes motorE move.
Button one makes the A and B motors move positive 50% Power

Using a Game Controller

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