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German Vspiders-Project 2014

Introduction Geschwister-Scholl-Berufskolleg Team

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From left to right:Jannik Delsing, Murat Yilmaz, Ilyas Kuru, Faton Defqa, Janusz Damberg, Asmir Shabani, Malcolm Kingsley Nwosu, Yasin Altuntop (introduction video)

Further project participants: Marcel Lattner, Benjamin Werker und Mathias Wiesjahn

PBL - Problem Based Learning

  • PBL Step1: (December 2013)
  • PBL Step2: (December 2013)
    • Forming groups with 2 people each.
    • Each group defined a problem for the open task and presented it in class.
    • None of the ideas seemed interesting to the students-

Due to the open task which does not represent a concrete problem, we put  defined a realistic open problem “Development of a Transport-Robotfor the students

There were 11 volunteering students to deal with problem and work outside the regular lessons on the project. Initially 3 hours a week.

In every meeting there is a student chosen as moderator and a transcript writer to write down the results.

Due to the new problem, the phases of the problem based learning had to be repeated again.

  • PBL Step1: (January 2014)
  • PBL Step2 + Step3: Problemdefinition and –analysis (January 2014)
    • Problem was defined in detail and written in a record.
    • Goals were determined.
  • PBL Step4 + Step5: (January 2014)
    • Students determinelearning targets to solve the problem.
  • PBL Step6: (February – May 2014)
    • Research on a finished robot which is able to transport elements. They found many robots. At the end they decided to choose the robot “ROBO TX Training Lab - Fischertechnik"
    • Ordering and assembling one robot. (pictures)
    • Installing software on several PCs.
    • Independent programming of the robot with the script on the software-CD. Programming takes place on a graph user interface (GUI_pictures)
    • The program task was divided into smaller problems so solutions were programmed in small groups and packed into subprograms, so that later on, all the subprograms could get assembled.
    • Some specific goals could not be reached with the included sensors on the robot. So the students were researching and ordering the ones they needed. (pictures)
    • The robot was upgraded and programmed. (video)
    • There were new problems popping up during the programming, which were solved in small groups.
  • Step7: (May 2014)
    • The students put all their results together and prepared a presentation.
    • The presentation will be held in the middle of May in Santander.
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