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Season Kickoff

MC and Sparky

2016 FIRST Expo and Kickoff

September 10, 2016 from 9am – 4pm.

ASU Tempe Campus Memorial Union. 2nd floor

1290 S. Normal Ave

Tempe, AZ 85287

FREE!

REGISTER HERE

Parking available in the Apache Parking Structure located at 1112 S Normal Ave, Tempe, 85281. Map

Includes:

  • Junior FIRST LEGO League Creature Craze Info Session
  • FIRST LEGO League Kickoff and Workshops
  • FIRST TECH Challenge Kickoff and Workshops
  • FIRST ROBOTICS Competition Workshops

Schedule:

  • FLL Jr:
    • Creature Craze Info Session
  • FLL
    • Programming 1.0 (Intro)
    • Programming 2.0 (Advanced)
    • Coaches’ Tips and Tricks
    • Best Practices
    • FLL 101: Where to Begin
    • Tournament Day 101
  • FTC
    • Transitioning from FLL to FTC
    • Programming 1.0
    • Programming 2.0
    • Coaches’ Best Practices
    • Quality Engineering Notebooks
    • Mechanical Design & Strategy
    • Judging & Awards
  • FRC
    • Do’s and Don’ts
    • Leadership in FRC
  • All FIRST Programs:
    • Community Outreach
    • Branding and Social Media
    • Safety FIRST
    • Marketing and Fundraising

Due to limited space, the following FLL workshops require separate registration. 

  • 10:00am – 11:45am Programming 1.0 – This workshop is an introductory course in the EV3 software and is for current and soon-to-be FLL coaches and mentors participating in the 2016 Animal Allies Season. REGISTER HERE
  • 12:30pm – 2:30pm Programming 2.0 – This workshop is an advanced course in the EV3 software and is for current coaches and mentors participating in the 2016 Animal Allies Season. REGISTER HERE
    •  In order to participate in this workshop, participants must meet the following minimum qualifications: 
      • at least two years of FLL experience
      • limit of two representatives from each team
      • open to existing teams only

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can team members attend workshops?
    • That depends on the program. For FRC and FTC (middle and high school), team members are invited and encouraged to attend workshops. For FLL (upper elementary and middle school), workshops are geared toward coaches and mentors, but older, more mature members with at least one year experience may find them useful as well. That said,  ALL team members must be supervised by an adult. We also ask that you keep in mind the limited amount of space in each workshop. The more members that attend from one team, the less space is available for other teams. For Jr FLL, workshops are for coaches and mentors only.
  • What is the “Panel of Experts”?
    • The panel of experts will include organizations or individuals whose work focuses on animals. It is geared toward FLL and Jr FLL teams that are working on their Animal Allies and Creature Craze research but it is open to EVERYONE including members of the public.
  • What workshops will be offered? Do I need to sign up for each?
    • The list of workshops will be released once finalized. As of right now, only two workshops will require separate registrations- FLL Intro to EV3 Programming and FLL Advanced EV3 Programming.
  • Who do I contact to learn more about each program?

 

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