Educate Online Sponsored by the REC Foundation
Our Judges have begun to review all entries. We plan to have finalists posted by Tuesday June 22nd and Winners announced by Tuesday June 29th. Good luck teams.
Educate Online sponsored by the RECF Foundation
This challenge offers robotics competition teams the opportunity to help other schools and clubs learn from their experience. In this challenge, schools, clubs, and teams will produce a video on a specific subject area that new teams will learn from. We expect that you will have your own idea, but possible areas for the video include understanding how to analyze a game, how to build a specific mechanism such as a drive train, lifting arm, actuator, winch, etc., how to program using sensors, or how to best work as a team at a tournament. Use your imagination - the only restriction is that it must contain something useful for a new team to know about competition robotics
- VEX IQ teams should focus on how to support new VEX IQ teams
- VRC teams should focus on how to support new VRC teams
- VEX U teams should focus on how to support new VEX U teams
Here is our submission to the VEX IQ Educate Online Challenge! I learned a lot from VEX IQ and we are happy to share our experiences. I think these skills are helpful for not only VEX IQ but for other projects. We enjoyed the process of robotics and working together as a team.
From the organization that won the 2019 Elementary Excellence World Championship and 5 of the last 6 Indiana State Excellence Awards, we present to you: "How to Create an Award-Winning Engineering Notebook." Jalayne and Gracie, members of 15294A's Documentation sub-team have written the script, filmed, and edited this entry to help new teams construct a great engineering notebook.
Students from the Eaglebots Blue team in Nappanee, Indiana share some helpful tips on how to have a memorable interview. The judges interview is a huge part of the robotics process; this is your chance to prove everything you've done all season. So, enjoy these tips to improve your interview skills! From the team that has won 2 Excellence Awards at the Indiana State Championship in the last 3 years, as well as being a part of the 2019 World Championship Excellence team, we share with you crucial tips that have helped us have success!
This video helps beginners to Vex Code Pro set up and begin programming a robot. It teaches them how to set up motors and enter basic movement coding. It was created by our coder for Team 53073N. It is created so that any person new to robotics can watch it and start their journey into robotics.
This submission is accordance with Educate Online sponsored by the RECF Foundation "This challenge offers robotics competition teams the opportunity to help other schools and clubs learn from their experience. In this challenge, schools, clubs, and teams will produce a video on a specific subject area that new teams will learn from."
This is our entry for the Educate Online Challenge. We made a video with tips on how to prepare for a VEX tournament because we believe that VEX tournaments are fun and amazing experiences and being well prepared for these competitions helps ensure that. We compiled a series of steps which we felt would have been useful to know before our first competition, and we hope that they will help teams new to VEX be able to feel confident and ready going to their first VEX tournament.
"I sense, therefore I am!". Add sensors to make your robot alive! This video introduces you to different types of sensors that are absolutely essential for autonomous control of your VEX robot in the game field. Learn why sensors make your auton runs more consistent and compare inertial sensors, optical shaftencoders, and rotational sensors to pick what suits your robot and game auton strategy. Learn how to build your sensors into your robot, how to program them for odometry, and about key takeaways from our team's experience with sensors. Brought to you by Team 938A that was...
Hi! We are Jesse and Jeanelle Reyna from NOVA IQ Robotics Team 99808A and we made this video to help other VEX IQ teams learn how to use the Engineering Design Process to build better robots. We walk you through the basic steps of the process we use, teach you how you can use the steps in your season, and give you tips on how to document it in your notebook. We hope this helps new teams learn how to build a robot that's perfect for their goals and season!
When we were starting out, this iterative engineering design process helped us achieve robotics goals...
Good sportsmanship in VEX competitions by team 90F
A team with sportsmanship is crucial when it comes to robotics. Sportsmanship is especially put into account during VEX robotics competitions. However, some teams do not know when good sportsmanship will come to use and why it is needed, while some do not know how to have sportsmanship with their teammates and other teams. However, this video will teach new teams about sportsmanship, why it is important, and how to use it in robotics. We are team 90F and in our video we give a good explanation on being nice to other teams and...
Students from Seaquam Robotics presenting a short and thorough demonstration of the proper and improper building habits commonly encountered in VEX (VRC).
This video will teach you the basics of coding and making your robot go forward and backward. We will also teach you how to turn left and right. We have worked with vex for multiple years and it is one of the best of the beginner programming teachers. As the students of Foundation for the Future Charter Academy we strive to produce the best and most desirable quality. This video displays the necessities of programing with Vex VR and Vex v5 block.