FIRST LEGO League
FIRST® LEGO® League(FLL) is for children 9 – 14 years old.
Teams build and program robots made from a LEGO® Mindstorm™ Robot kit to solve an annual challenge! This fall teams will solve…
Nature’s Fury: Prepare. Keep Safe. Rebuild.
Teams participate in a qualifying tournament held in Southern Oregon (location TBA) with a chance to advance to the state championship.
FIRST LEGO League…
-Inspires children, ages 9-14, to participate in science and technology
- Engages kids in playful and meaningful learning
- Provides a fun, creative, hands-on learning experience
- Encourages children to think like scientists and engineers
- Challenges kids to solve real-world problems using robotics
- Teaches children to experiment and overcome obstacles
- Builds self-esteem and confidence
Oregon Robotics Tournament and Outreach Program (ORTOP) implements the FIRST LEGO League program in Oregon. We encourage parents, teachers and community volunteers to consider starting new FIRST LEGO League teams. ORTOP will hold a FREE training workshop in Ashland to teach adults how to be FIRST LEGO League coaches or mentors.
No technical experience needed! Scholarships available to help start new teams.
Adult Volunteer Workshop for new FLL Volunteers at ScienceWorks
Saturday, June 15, 2013
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
All day workshop will include:
- Introduction to FIRST LEGO League Robotics
- Coach and Mentoring FLL Teams
- Robot Techniques – Building & Programming
For workshop registration contact:
Jamie Kaufman at Reachhouse2@yahoo.com
Please indicate in subject if you are interested in: coaching/mentoring, volunteering or general information. Registration closes June 12th
Workshop is made possible by collaboration between ORTOP, Southern Oregon University and ScienceWorks.
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