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OSLS First Lego League Information. Overview of FLL Program. FIRST = For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Inspire young people’s interest and participation in science and technology Four different age groups FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) : 14 to 18 year olds

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Osls first lego league information

OSLS First Lego LeagueInformation


Overview of fll program

Overview of FLL Program

  • FIRST = For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology

  • Inspire young people’s interest and participation in science and technology

  • Four different age groups

    • FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) : 14 to 18 year olds

    • FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) : 14 – 18 year olds

    • FIRST Lego League (FLL) : 9 – 14 year olds

    • Junior FIRST LEGO League (Jr.FLL): 6 to 9 year-olds

  • Founded in 1998

    • Dean Kamen

    • Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen

  • In 2010 approximately 19,000 teams in 55 countries.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/FLLGlobal


Core values team pledge

Core Values (Team Pledge)

  • We are a team.

  • We do the work to find solutions with guidance from our coaches and mentors.

  • We know our coaches and mentors don’t have all the answers; we learn together.

  • We honor the spirit of friendly competition.

  • What we discover is more important than what we win.

  • We share our experiences with others.

  • We display Gracious Professionalism and Cooperation in everything we do.

  • We have Fun.


Coaches promise

Coaches Promise

  • The children come first.

  • The children do the work.

  • The team is:

    • Composed of ten or fewer members and all team members participate on only one FLL team

    • Team members no older the 14 on January 1st of the Challenge year (2011)

    • Registered as an official FLL team

  • Maintain communications with FLL , read and relay all aspects of FLL guidelines and rules to the team, other coaches, volunteers and parents

  • Encourage team members, other coaches, volunteers, parents and team supports to develop and practice a set of FLL Core Values that reflects FIRST’s goal to change culture in a positive way by inspiring other through the team’s actions and words.


The challenge

The Challenge

The Food Factor Challenge give teams opportunity to explore the topic of food safety and examine the possible points of contamination that our food encounters – from exposure to insects and creatures, to unsafe processing and transportation, to unsanitary preparation and storage – then find ways to prevent or combat these contaminates.  Teams will build, test, and program an autonomous robot using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT to solve a set of Food Safety missions as well as research, develop, and share their innovative food safety solutions.  Throughout their experience, teams will operate under FLL’s set of Core Values.


Challenge areas

Challenge Areas

  • The Robot Game

    • Build and program an autonomous LEGO MINDSTORMS robot

    • Score points by performing mission tasks

    • 2 ½ minutes to complete

    • 4’ x 8’ mission table

  • The Project

    • Identify a real-world problem

    • Create an innovative solution

    • Share your research and solution

    • Prepare a presentation


Season schedule may oct

Season Schedule (May – Oct)


Season schedule nov dec

Season Schedule (Nov - Dec)


Osls team specifics

OSLS Team Specifics

  • Application and Team Selection

    • Rules state 10 team members maximum for competition

    • Core team selection by early July

    • Non-core team members may participate during weekly meetings

  • Post Selection

    • Take the team pledge

    • Annual membership fee:

      • Core Team members: $50

      • Participants: $25

    • Optional summer workshops and team building meetings

    • Official team meetings begin at the beginning of the school year

  • Participation Requirements

    • Official 2 hour weekly team meeting -> Wednesday after school

    • Recommend additional meetings as needed to complete the project and robot prep

    • Tournaments / Competitions (Saturdays)

  • Team Organization and Rules

    • Organized by students with coaches help

    • Meeting time is not play time (Just like class, leave video games, phone and other distractions at home)


Osls team specifics cont

OSLS Team Specifics (Cont)

  • Finances

    • SPAWAR STEM Outreach Program has already provided $700 (used to pay FLL team registration and buy NXT robot kit)

    • Team Fee will be used to cover other expenses (Shirts, local completion)

    • Any remaining funds will be rolled over to next years team

  • Parent Participation / Volunteers (Positions Open!)

    • Track finances

    • Build the field setup table

    • Coordinate snacks and social functions

    • Drivers (Equipment and Kids)

    • Remember the team is require to do “all” the project and robot work, we are just there to support!

    • Would like to limit parent participation at official team meetings so the students don’t feel pressured by too many adults.


Resources

Resources

Sites

  • http://usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/fll/

  • http://www.hawaiifll.org/

  • http://mindstorms.lego.com/

  • http://www.nxtprograms.com/

    Books and Kits

  • http://www.amazon.com/


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