Tag Archives: NASA

NASA Robotics

Our Organizational Systems and Models class built a robot for the FIRST robotics competition in 2012. We used systems and models to build a robot for our goal. While we were building the robot, we were also thinking about how we can provide solutions with one of 8 Millnenuim Development Goals. Robots could help make Read More…

Org. Systems and Models NASA Milestone

 Please take a moment to view my video! For my Org. Systems and Models class, we built a NASA-funded robot to develop a better understanding of systems and models, how parts fit in to a whole, and why we use models to understand larger and more complex systems. Robot technology inspires systems and models because Read More…

ROBOTICS: Development of Personal Success

With my experience in the NASA-funded robotics project, I saw myself grow as a person who can feel confident about the outcomes of dedicated work. By being the team director of this project, having introduced the idea to my math/science teacher Mr. Bae, I learned the importance of commitment and planning. What I did by Read More…

Robot Building Milestone 3

1) Describe your experiences with the NASA robot project. My experience with the NASA robot project was great. The school worked so well together as a team. We started off as the underdogs having no idea what to do and slowly made process. In the end, we could all see the process we had made together and watched Read More…

FIRST at the White House

Subject: FIRST Students Invited to Second Annual White House Science Fair FIRST will be at the White House tomorrow (Tuesday, Februrary 7) to show our robots to President Obama. FRC Team #111 from Illinois will be one of the teams in attendance.  This will occur at 8:00 am central time.