Arizona FIRST LEGO League

FIRST LEGO League's three divisions inspire youth to experiment and grow their critical thinking, coding, and design skills through hands-on STEM learning and robotics.

Arizona FIRST LEGO League Workshops

From learning how to program your robot to meeting with our lead referee, join our volunteer presenters from across Arizona to help your team prepare for a successful season. This page is frequently updated, so be sure to check back for new workshops!

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2021 Cargo Connect Coaches Workshop
Title 2021 Cargo Connect Coaches Workshop
Description TBD

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Tournament Day 101

 

Title Tournament Day 101
Description Learn how to best prepare your team for the upcoming qualifiers, hosted by longtime FIRST team and Arizona FIRST LEGO League volunteer Plasma Robotics. (Recorded on 16th January 2021)

Cargo Connect Robot Game
Title Cargo Connect Robot Game
Description
Arizona Regional Referee, Rich Gomez, walks you through the Cargo Connect robot game missions and scoring.

Impressing the Judges
Title Impressing the Judges
Description Join Rick Hanton, the Arizona FIRST LEGO League head robot design judge, for a workshop on the best practices for your team’s judging session. (Recorded on 14th November 2020)

Coding the SPIKE Prime with Python
Title Coding the SPIKE Prime with Python
Description

Interested in learning how to program your SPIKE Prime in a different language? Does your team want to take the next step and code their robot in an industry-standard language? This workshop will cover how to setup the SPIKE Prime for Python development and the basics of Python.

Team members and coaches are welcome to attend this workshop. (Recorded on 10th October 2020.)

EV3 Beginner Programming for Coaches
Title EV3 Beginner Programming for Coaches
Description Learn the basic programming building blocks, along with some programming tips and a few activities to help your team learn to program their robot. This workshop is targeted for FLL Coaches and will last about 45 minutes. (Recorded on 19th September 2020.)