Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
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VEX Robotics Photography Challenge

Showcase youth using VEX to explore STEM. Compose a photograph that features one or more students working on a robot, testing, planning or celebrating your VEX team’s accomplishments. Use photography to tell the judges something about your own story of involvement on a competition team, in a classroom, or as a hobbyist working with VEX. 

Winners

Passing over knowledge

Team1140

This photo shows how the older generation teaches the younger generation about robotics and STEM. This photo was taken at a library tech fair where are team went to demonstrate our robots and teach younger kids about them.

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Teamwork does Indeed Make the Dream Work

Madiwoll

     These last few years, our club has grown five times it's original size of twenty kids hanging out every Tuesday and Thursday. But we don't let these numbers get in the way of growing deep and meaningful friendships along the way. It's my personal belief that we all have grown together and bonded together, and that's what makes our school and club proud to grant us the ability to compete in these amazing opportunities.

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12G Photography Challenge - Observing and...

PuzzlesRobotics

This photo portrays how practicing, observing, recording, and fixing can help guide us as we work to improve our robot. Someone is driving, another student is recording data, and everyone is looking to spot errors and ultimately find solutions. We chose the title "Observing and Improving" because of this.

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Sportsmanship

yukah485@edu.sd45.bc.ca

This picture describes the sportsmanship of ten ton robotics after a hard match in the winter qualifiers 2016. With the involvement of VEX we have learned the importance of acknowledging other team members and enjoy the game with teamwork.

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Teaching the robot to juggle

Ty2567A

Robotics is not hard and boring. On contrary, it can be fun (even the whole time), and this photo proves that. We treat our robot as part of our team. After an exhausting, t(h)inkering day we deserve to have a little fun and juggle the stars.

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Hungry Robot

psaxena@bramptonrobotics.org

This is a picture of a hungry robot who want to eat wants to eat all the orange and green balls and all the kids want to feed it.: ) 

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Pumping Up Our Team For Alliance Selection

moqrobotics985e@gmail.com

Every team needs the enthusiastic student that gets their team pumped and catches the attention of others teams during alliance selection.

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Mixed Emotions of a Match

8931BTrifecta

How competitors feel during a tournament can be one of two ways: anxious or serene. Regardless, students compete in VRC for the thrill of the game and the lessons we learn relating to STEM and the real world; pushing through problems despite being stressed and anxious will have positive outcomes.

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Teamwork does Indeed Make the Dream Work

Madiwoll

Our club has grown five times over in the past five years, so much so that we host our own club holiday "tournament". This picture was taken then, of two of the best friends in club and also co-drivers, and posted with their permission. They really represent the growth of the club, that even though we're getting older and the club is fuller than ever, the friendships and bonds grown there are lasting and true. Good friends work well and efficiently as a team, and even better friends can run an efficient robotics club, as they do. 

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