Self-driving vehicles are a hot topic that combines diverse issues ranging from engineering to federal regulations. While it may be years before you have a self-driving car in your driveway, you can use mBot in your classroom today!
With our Coding with mBot: Self-Driving Vehicles STEM activities you and your students will successfully learn to program mBot to mimic many self-driving car actions, including automatic lane changes and autonomous parking. As students progress through the activities they build upon their basic coding and troubleshooting skills.
- Nine guided activities aligned with CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards
- Getting Started with mBot user guide
- Student instructions
- Instructor information guide with troubleshooting tips and suggested extensions
- Sample program code
- A generous site license—buy one module and duplicate the activities for your class
Coding with mBot: Self-Driving Vehicles is free when you buy an mBot from Vernier. This module may also be purchased individually for $20.
Preview “Manual Drive” and “Teach mBot to Drive” activities. The previews include student instructions, instructor information guide, sample program code, and more.