This programming lesson was designed to quickly teach the basics of programming a LEGO Mindstorm Robot in Open Roberta. It teaches programming through a series of programs. Many are purposefully “broken” to allow students to identify issues and fix the program so that it runs properly. As is common in engineering, there is often more than one solution for a given problem. Students work in teams, but it is important that everyone in the team has a chance to program using Open Roberta. Hands-on programming is the quickest way to learn the software and will help the students in future programming projects. Therefore, after each program, the student should rotate roles, giving everyone a chance to program.

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