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| High School Curriculum |  Industrial Robots: Concepts and Applications

This curriculum is designed for high school educators teaching grades 9 through grades 12 serves as a comprehensive guide to understanding industrial robots, their practical applications, and how to assist students in exploring career and technology opportunities in this field. The course material delves into the essential principles of industrial robotics, covering topics such as the structure of robots, their operational processes, manual operation, programming through teaching methods, the use of end-effectors, graphical programming techniques and more. Each chapter commences with an overview to introduce the main themes and objectives, leading into an in-depth discussion of the specific subjects covered. The curriculum includes:

  • Teacher's guide for each week
  • Detailed teacher's instructional guidance for each class hour 
  • Prescribed students' reading assignments for each class hour
  • Quizzes with answer keys for each week
  • Supplemental resources to further expand career learning opportunities.

This structured approach aims to equip educators with the necessary tools to foster a deep understanding of industrial robotics among students, guiding them toward potential career paths in technology.

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  • Level: K9 - K12 High School
  • Suggested Duration :  24 weeks
  • Video Time:  4 hours


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