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The ongoing semiconductor supply chain crisis, partially triggered by a lack of skilled workers and an 85% decline in the number of electrical engineering degrees awarded in the US over the last 30 years, has highlighted the urgent need for additional training in electrical engineering, a vital high-technology industry projected to grow to $1 trillion by 2030.

In response, schools such as Purdue University have introduced comprehensive semiconductor degree programs and the US government has passed the CHIPS for America Act, which provides $52 billion in emergency funding.

The Mr. Ohm project provides an advanced robotic platform to complement existing STEM curriculum in secondary education and simultaneously leverages the electronic design process as a problem-based learning framework for common core math standards.

The Mr. Ohm robot is partially designed by electrical engineering students completing capstone senior design courses at multiple universities. Students create engineering reports documenting their work, so future teams can incrementally improve the design.

Student programming exercises that use the robot as a pedagogical tool for secondary education are available in printable, worksheet-based format and demonstrate how each of the robot's advanced sensors can enable unique academic opportunities to teach coding.

Printable, worksheet-based introductions to electrical engineering concepts that, unlike programming activities, truly align with well-defined common core math standards, such as algebraically solving linear equations (CCSS.Math.Content.HSA. REI.B.3) and simultaneous equations (CCSS.Math. Content.HSA.REI.C.6) are also available.


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