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Create your own game using scratch programming

  • by Aarju Goswami
  • 27 Nov, 2018
  • 170 Views

Learn how to create your own game through scratch programming. The game we have developed here is: Move the Shark. Through this video, we have taught the concepts like lo

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ZigZag line follower robot using EV3

  • by Aarju Goswami
  • 27 Nov, 2018
  • 169 Views

Learn how to construct a line follower robot, which can be controlled using remote control, using the LEGO EV3 kit. It helps to develop the programming mindset through bl

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Working of a pulley through happy Well Fetching Model

  • by Aarju Goswami
  • 27 Nov, 2018
  • 135 Views

Learn how pulleys are used to fetch water from the well through this Happy Well Fetching Model. The students specifically learn the concept of the fixed pulley. Two diffe

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00:01:31

WeDo 2.0 coding through Rail Model

  • by Chitra Gupta
  • 27 Nov, 2018
  • 174 Views

Learn block programming using WeDo 2.0 through Rail model. Block programming ensures that the learners don't have to write the commands to execute a function. Pre-program

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00:03:23

Use of gears to change the speed (Assessment)

  • by My Stem Time
  • 26 Nov, 2018
  • 1315 Views

Through spinning top model, we explain the working of gears. Learn how the gears can be used to change the speed. There's an assessment question at the end of the video t

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00:02:29

Concept of counterweight using letter balance model (Assessment)

  • by My Stem Time
  • 26 Nov, 2018
  • 1226 Views

Learn about the concept of counterweight using letter balance model. We have used Lego Simple Machines kit for this purpose. There's also a question at the end to assess

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Circular motion into linear motion using Hammer model (Assessment)

  • by My Stem Time
  • 26 Nov, 2018
  • 828 Views

Learn how circular motion is converted into linear motion using Hammer Model. Learn about cams and levers through this model. There's also a question to test your knowle

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