Scouts & Bots!

In recognition of the progress of Scouting programs toward advanced outcomes, and for their full integration of STEM education at all levels, look for this Seal of Approval on our workshops, camps, events, and programs! Activities at RCBI that help scouts and others pursue robotics and STEM badges will have the Scouts & Bots! seal proudly displayed!

The objectives listed below are one example among many of why we’re launching advanced programming to benefit Scouts, 4H, and others. Several objectives per Level can be accomplished with something as simple as a visit to RCBI for a tour! Our active STEM outreach programming makes even more learning possible when you participate in a workshop, class, or camp!

If you or someone you know may benefit from participation in our programming at RCBI, be sure to share this post with them, and a link to our STEM Education & Maker Programs site at WVMakes.com.

Feel free to reach out to our Maker & STEM Ed. Director, Deacon Stone: (304) 781-1659 dstone@rcbi.org

 

Girl Scouts of America, Robotics Badge Objectives:

Daisy Level (K-1) 5-7 yr old

Robotics 1: What do Robots do

  1. Learn about robots
  2. Find out what robots do
  3. Team up to design your own robots

Robotics 2: How do robots move?

  1. Learn about the parts of a robot
  2. Find out how robots move
  3. Make a robot move

Robotics 3: Design a Robot

  1. Plan your Robot
  2. Create a prototype
  3. Get feedback on your robot

Brownie Level (grades 2-3) 7-8 yr old

Robotics 1: Designing Robots

  1. Explore how robots imitate nature
  2. Learn about the parts of a robot
  3. Plan your robot
  4. Create a prototype
  5. Get feedback on your robot

Robotics 2: Programming Robots

  1. Learn how robots work
  2. Discover the robot brain
  3. Learn about programming
  4. Try simple programming
  5. Code a robot

Robotics 3: Showcasing Robots

  1. Create a presentation to share how you designed your robot.
  2. Tell others how you designed your robot
  3. Learn about Robotics competitions
  4. Learn about robotics teams
  5. See robots in action

Junior Level (grades 4-5) 9-10 yr old

Robotics 1: Designing Robots

  1. Discover the future of Robots
  2. Determine your robot’s expertise
  3. Plan your robot
  4. Create a prototype
  5. Get feedback on your robot

Robotics 2: Programming Robots

  1. Learn how robots work
  2. Discover the robot brain
  3. Learn about programming
  4. Try simple programming
  5. Code a robot

Robotics 3: Showcasing Robots

  1. Create a presentation to share how you designed your robot.
  2. Tell others how you designed your robot
  3. Learn about Robotics competitions
  4. Learn about robotics teams
  5. See robots in action

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