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Title: Computer Control In Design and Technology


1
Computer Control InDesign and Technology
  • Primary Strategy Conference
  • 29th November 2004

David Bowes Curriculum Project Manager for
DT Tel 01482 392496 email david.bowes_at_eastridin
g.gov.uk
2
EntitlementExpectationsResourcesPupil
Activities
3
Avoiding Headaches!
  • Co-ordination - ensuring progression
  • IDEA
  • Investigation, Disassembly, Evaluation Activities
  • FPT
  • Focussed Practical Task
  • DMA
  • Design and Make Assignments

4
Vocabulary
  • Programme
  • Output (actions out)
  • Input (sensing info. going in)
  • Decision (Yes or No)

5
Simulation AND Hands-on
  • Simulation
  • Roamer
  • 2 Simple
  • Spark Island
  • Crystal Rainforest
  • Flowol
  • etc.
  • Hands On
  • Roamer
  • Learn Go
  • Flo go
  • Junior Control
  • etc.

6
Learn and Go
  • Learn and Go
  • 4 single outputs (or two motors)
  • No inputs
  • 32 lines of programming maximum

7
DT content
  • Connecting
  • Bulbs
  • Buzzers
  • Motors to achieve movement
  • Decisions (inputs switches, LDR thermistor, etc)
  • Sub-routines

8
Practical Learn Go
  • Switching lights sound
  • 1, 1 2, 1 2 3, 1 2 3 buzzer
  • Lift
  • Warning sound before movement begins
  • Going up fixed light
  • Going down - flashing light

9
Benefits To Learning
  • Logical thinking
  • Sequencing
  • Breakdown of complex concepts
  • Linking thought and action giving opportunities
    for reflection
  • Provides immediate feedback

10
Robot Crossing The Road
  1. Walk to a place where to cross
  2. Look and listen
  3. Are there any vehicles?
  4. Is it safe to cross?
  5. Stay at the kerb
  6. Walk across the road.

11
Create and use programmes to
  • Model a traffic light sequence/pelican crossing
  • Make a lighthouse
  • Create a burglar alarm
  • Control a fairground ride or automated vehicle

12
Computer Aided DesignComputer Aided Manufacture
  • Nets, packaging and graphics
  • CAM - Stikka output
  • CAD - Using Primary Design
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