There are a number of great free resources out there. Check out the free AND built-in tutorials and portal links that come with the software.
For external sources, start at the VA-DC FLL Coaching Resources page (http://www.vadcfll.org/coaching.html). Also see:
In addition to the free resource links you’ll find there, there are a number of books available on that specific topic at Amazon.com for around $20.00. Search for books using “programming in nxt-g” and you’ll see several good options. If you use the same search string in Google you’ll get a number of additional sources that are free – though you’ll need to wade through them to find really good ones. Some are available as downloadable e-books:
Finally – search YouTube. I found a great video on modular programming with the NXT.
From: First Lego League
in Virginia and DC [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Eric
Sent: Friday, June 25, 2010 1:06 PM
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Subject: [VADCFLL-L] Mindstorm Programming Lessons?
Can anyone point me to any prepared lessons for programming the Mindstorm. Specially I'm interested in sensor programming, line following and advanced programming (data wires, control loops and counters). These lessons can be word, powerpoint, web pages or whatever. Just looking for existing material so I don't create something for my team that has already been done.
FLL 1740 The Golden Bricks
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