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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
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!