Recent Changes

Tuesday, May 8

  1. page Solar Rollers Reflection edited Solar Rollers Reflection: Congratulations to all the competing students at the Solar Rollers Comp…
    Solar Rollers Reflection:
    Congratulations to all the competing students at the Solar Rollers Competition, you should all be proud of your work and your accomplishments. Please answer the following questions in regards to this competition.
    1) How well prepared were you to plan and develop your build? What could I have done to assist in your preparation?
    2) Time management: How many hours would you estimate your team spent on this project? How many hours would you estimate you spent actually working (vs hanging out, goofing off, etc) on this project? Do you feel that the time you put into this project was sufficient? Why/why not? Looking into next year, how much additional time should be allotted for this competition?
    3) How successful do you feel your team was in this competition? Why? What did your team do well, what did your team struggle with in the weeks prior to this competition? If you had a chance to re-do your build what would you do differently?
    4) We spent approximately 2 1/2months in class on this project, what grade (out of 500 points) do you feel you deserve? Be realistic with me and yourself… did you do everything possible to ensure your teams success in this project? How did you come up with your points?
    5) What was your impression of the competition itself? Do you have any feedback for Solar Rollers that could be used to improve the event?
    6) What grade (out of 500) do your team mates deserve? Again, be realistic about the work they put into this project, there will be a peer assessment going in the grade book (team lists are below) YOU MUST GIVE EACH PERSON ON YOUR TEAM A GRADE AND A REASON FOR THE GRADE!
    7) Any final thoughts for me on this project?
    DUE 5/18/18 end of class.
    Team Ferretts:
    DJ Vaughn
    Drea Thompson
    Shalom Busse
    Patrick Severence
    Geronimo Romero
    Bobby Macias
    Kyle McPheron
    Flynn Salbenblatt
    Michael Crum
    Team Skunks:
    Milan Bartelt
    Houston Hood
    Alex Erickson
    Ti’Ana Boultinghouse
    Savignon Swimmer
    Max Moran
    Ben Robinson
    Alex Acosta

    (view changes)
    10:13 am

Monday, April 2

  1. page FRC First Power-up Reflection edited 2018 FRC FIRST Power-Up Reflection Please respond to the following questions as completely, thoro…
    2018 FRC FIRST Power-Up Reflection
    Please respond to the following questions as completely, thoroughly, and honestly as possible. This is less an assignment for a grade (though it is that) as it is a chance to learn, grow, and improve for future competitions. Complete sentences are required.
    1) What aspects of the competition/robot did you work on?
    2) What worked well or what was a success you experienced for this project?
    3) What did not work well/what challenges did you face for this project?
    4) What did you learn while working on this project that you can carry forward either into the next FRC Competition or further?
    5) If you were to assign yourself a grade (out of 100) what grade would you give yourself and why? Be honest about your involvement in the competition, the build season, and your effort.
    6) What needs to change next year to improve Sparta Robotica’s ability to compete and place at a higher level in this competition?

    (view changes)
    8:34 am

Tuesday, March 6

  1. page AAA CHOICE OF STUDIES edited Choice form
    Choice form
    (view changes)
    6:40 am

Friday, January 12

  1. page Wiffle Ballistic Campaign edited ... TEST: After completing our climbing mechanism my team began to run some tests from the bottom …
    ...
    TEST: After completing our climbing mechanism my team began to run some tests from the bottom of the ramp. For these tests we timed the robots ability to climb the ramp ten times, on average we found that it took 45 seconds for the robot to make it from the bottom of the ramp to the top. Some factors that affected the robots speed is the amount of battery power and the extra weight of the loaded ball. We believe that based on these results we need to be sure to use a fully charged battery for every run.
    {Whiffle Ballistic Campaign Scoring Guide.docx}

    (view changes)
    6:23 am
  2. file Whiffle Ballistic Campaign Scoring Guide.docx (deleted) uploaded Deleted File
    6:21 am
  3. file WhiffleBallisticNotebookTemplate.docx (deleted) uploaded Deleted File
    6:21 am

More