Robotics Academy Certified VEX IQ v1 & v2 Training (Online)
This course requires VEX IQ v1 or v2 hardware (not included with tuition) along with VEXcode IQ programming software.
VEX IQ Training geared towards teachers, mentors, and coaches training using VEX IQ v1 and v2 and VEXcode IQ Blocks programming language. Tuition includes online access to the Introduction to Programming VEX IQ Curriculum.
Robotics Academy online training includes:
– Online access to VEX IQ Curriculum
– Online access to supplemental lessons from other Robotics Academy materials
– Technical support for all hardware and software used in the class
– 24/7 access to training groups
Teachers using PLTW curriculum are welcome to join and will benefit from a deeper understanding of the programming, computational thinking, pedagogical concepts, robot hardware, and troubleshooting techniques we focus on. The Project Lead the Way teachers we have worked with have found our training to be a highly valuable complement to the PTLW training.
- Getting Started
- VEX IQ v1 and v2 Platform
- Brain, Motors, Sensors
- Basic Movement
Session 2: Sensors
- Bumper Switch
- Distance Sensor
- Color Sensor
- Repeated Decisions I
- Repeated Decisions II
- Obstacle Detection
- Line Tracking
- Remote Control
- Final Challenge
- CMRA Certification
- Beyond VEX IQ
The following is required in order to take this course:
VEX IQ v1 or v2 Robot Kit – Sold Seperately
We recommend the VEX IQ Super Kit or VEX IQ Education Kit (2nd generation)
Download VEXcode IQ
- An up-to-date Windows PC, Mac, Chromebook, Android Tablet, or iPad compatible with the VEXcode IQ programming software and Zoom video conferencing software
- An up-to-date Internet Browser
- An available USB port or Bluetooth for robot connectivity
- A Headset or microphone (to join in on the discussions!)
- A broadband Internet connection
Tuition Cost - $599
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– ACT 48 credits / 36 hours per class (for Pennsylvania teachers only)
– Certificate of Completion of course ‘graduates’ – may be used to apply for Continuing Education hours
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Certificate of Completion Requirements
To earn the Certification, class attendees must complete all homework assignments to the satisfaction of the instructor and pass the certification exam.
Classes at the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy are available to individuals who are at least 18 years of age. The Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy reserves the right to restrict, suspend or terminate any student for violation of these policies. In consideration of your involvement with the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy, you agree to provide true, accurate and current information about yourself when you register. If you provide any information that is inaccurate or if the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy has reasonable grounds to suspect the information is inaccurate, the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy has the right to terminate your account.
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The Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy will offer partial refunds for tuition expenses only if class registrants contact us prior to the beginning of the first class.
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