Spring FLL Workshops

WHAT: Workshop for new/returning coaches, new/returning FIRST LEGO League teams, teachers
WHO: Teachers, parents, and mentors of grades 4th through 8th interested in forming a Robot club
or FLL team. Students can accompany coaches and parents, but parents and coaches must
supervise at all times. Returning teams – Please bring your own robot and laptop.
WHEN: April 16 2016 – from 9:00 am to 12:00 PM
WHERE: Christian Brothers University – Nolan Engineering Building – Second Floor
PARKING: Central Lot – FREE PARKING
COST: There is no fee for this workshop, but space is limited. Registration is required.

What is FLL and what do teams do?

  • What is the FLL schedule?
  • How many Coaches do we need?
  • What robot should we use?
  • Where do we register?
  • How do we programming the robot?
  • What is the research Project?
  • Who should do what?
  • How do we decide what to do at the next meeting?

Robot Programming Hands-on Activity

    Program your robot to accomplish a mission on an actual FIRST LEGO League Field.
    LEGO EV3 robots will be available to down load your programs to if you do not have one.
    Computer lab with development software preloaded for EV3.
    CBU students available to help with programming basics.

In addition to Programming

  • Sensors workshop for returning teams
  • Play the FLL Season in a box game
  • 10 Strategies to improve your score
  • Special teacher’s workshop on incorporating STEM and FLL in the Classroom
    (Continuing Education certificates available)

SPACE IS LIMITED and slots will go to those who register first. The remainder will be put on a waiting list
and notified if slots become available. Each teacher, coach, or team member must register.

TO REGISTER: Go to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1npsF4zd5pKCmmebzsljzWo17NHbXTGDUsLIUnTMYMLQ/viewform

Please Register BEFORE APRIL 14, 2016

Sponsored by:

    Christian Brothers University, Engineering Department
    University of Memphis, Herff College of Engineering
    Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers
    IEEE, Memphis Section
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