Students from the robotics after-school program at Cascade View visited the Living Computer Museum in Seattle in March.  The program allows students to build and program robots using the Lego EV3 robot kits and the Carnegie Mellon curriculum.
At the Living Computer Museum the students did a number of different activities:
  • program a simple computer to do rock, paper, scissors
  • experience a self-driving car simulator
  • control several kinds of robots
  • play computer games on current and older generation computers
  • experience giving verbal commands to Alexa (voice-activated virtual assistant from Amazon)
  • create art using digital tools

Cascade View Students at Living Computer Museum

Students from the robotics after-school program at Cascade View visited the Living Computer Museum in Seattle in March. The program allows students to build and program robots using the Lego EV3 robot kits and the Carnegie Mellon curriculum. At the Living Computer Museum the students did a number of different activities:Program a simple computer to do rock, paper, scissorsExperience a self-driving car simulatorControl several kinds of robotsPlay computer games on current and older generation computersExperience giving verbal commands to Alexa Create art using digital toolsTSD focuses on STEAM curriculum, learn more about our district and enroll your student for the 2018-19 school year at www.tukwilaschools.org

Posted by Tukwila School District on Monday, March 26, 2018