Autosub 6000 Ocean Floor Mission

This resource is part of the Polar Explorer Resource Collection https://www.stem.org.uk/polar-explorer-educational-resources.

In this resource learners will use Scratch, to debug and then improve a program to move Autosub6000 around the ocean floor, photographing samples found.   The remote movement will be controlled through a keyboard’s arrow keys initially and then the children will be challenged to create a program which will move Autosub6000 autonomously.

Learners will need a basic understanding of Scratch before carrying out this Unit.  Guides and online tutorials are available here if needed https://scratch.mit.edu/help/

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