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RILE (Robotic Interactive Learning Environment)

RILE is a robotic interactive learning environment that integrates an e-textbook, video lectures, activities, simulations, and demonstrations, classroom (non-robotic) activities, robotic activities, and homework activities, all in one.
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Sean Heffernan

on 24 April 2013

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Transcript of RILE (Robotic Interactive Learning Environment)

Summary This is a very active and dynamic research opportunity.
Work internationally with specialists of different fields.
Integrating Physics Principles into exciting Robotic work.
Introduce Physics to children all over the world.
Opportunity to present Research at Physics, Robotics and Education Conferences. Goals and Purpose
RILE is a robotic interactive learning environment.
Integrates an e-textbook, video lectures, activities, simulations, and demonstrations, classroom (non-robotic) activities, robotic activities, and homework activities.
RILE is an Activity Based Physics curriculum that uses robotics as a teaching medium. Development and Experiments (1-3) Development and Experiments (2-3) Projectile Experiment
Measure Force of Gravity
Plan to have X,Y Projectile Motion in Future Spring-Into-Robotics Students from ages 13-18.
Build a Claw-bot as a team.
Learn principles of coding and robotic manipulation.
Promotes mechanical learning, teamwork, mathematical translations, simple but fun coding with immediate applications.
Room to grow... Development and Experiments (3-3) Maze Game and Clawbot Applications... Induction Experiment RILE Robotic Interactive Learning Environment Reference: http://www.nwfdailynews.com/local/uwf-s-spring-break-robotics-camp-offered-teens-a-chance-to-hone-technical-skills-gallery-1.118650 Applications Thanks to the rest of our team...
Dr. Chandra and Lakshmi Prayaga
Alex Whiteside
Dr. Wade
Melissa Bartush
Tyler Johnson
Bill Caplinger
And our friends in India. By Taylor Walton and Sean Heffernan (Lead by Bill Caplinger)
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