Subject: Understanding matter and energy - electricity and electrical devices
Students will research, design, and build (using the materials and tools provided) an electronic precision movement game. The game must challenge the user to maintain precise movement through a test that becomes more challenging as they move from the beginning to the end. The tester must sound a buzzer when the user has reached his/her skill limit. Students must also name their games (e.g., bomb squad trainer, injury recovery tester, etc.). Students will record their results, make modifications and re-test (if time permits), and complete a report on the steps they took to solve the design challenge.
May 2012 OCTE Elementary Committee – Darren Foy, Richard Michaud, Cheryl Lovell