Are you new to First Lego League? Are you looking to make sense of all that you have to do as a coach to have a team prepared to run a robot in a 2:30 timed mat run, present a 5 minute innovative research presentation, get judged on core values, and prove you know what your robot can actually do?
Last night I hosted an online session for people wanting to learn more about the season and how we operate our three Robodog teams. This is one method and style and not THE answer, but the hope is that it helps out those looking for suggestions and advice.
In this session I talk about how to manage months September through December, resources, how to apply computational thinking, and more.
I would love it if you have experience and have suggestions, tips, and/or ideas. Please leave a comment so others can benefit.
Here are the resources from the session
- Coffee For The Brain: LEGO EV3 page
- Coffee For The Brain: LEGO EV3 Tutorial page
- OneNote Resource Guide
- LEGO EV3 Youtube Playlist
My goal is to provide at least two tutorials a week for the next few months. If there is something you would like to learn please let me know. I won’t showcase how to solve specific missions, but will help cover programming in general.
I am willing to do another session on programming so if interested please let me know by choosing yes on this form. If form below is not working you can access it here.