SSU-COST FIRST LEGO League Regional

 

Event Date: December 6, 2014

Event Location: Oglethorpe Charter School

           7202 Central Ave

                  Savannah, GA 31406

 Teams Check In- 7:15am

Pits Opens - 7:30am

Coaches Meeting - 7:45am

Event Time: 8:00am - 4:30pm

 

Georgia Regional Competition REGISTRATION will open on
Friday October 10, 2014 @ 12pm (noon)

https://fll-ceismc.gatech.edu/

To register click this link to begin. If you have multiple teams you will have to complete the registration survey for each team.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

 All volunteers must complete registration at the following link to VIMS:

https://my.usfirst.org/FIRSTPortal/Login/VIMS_login.aspx?lo=y

 

     Judging Forms/Training

         Core Values Judge

                          CV Rubric

         Project Judge

                          Rubric

         Robot Design Judge


Judging/Referees
Online Judge Certification Now Available US/Canada Partners: The online Judge and Judge Advisor Certification is now available through VIMS. As a reminder, Judge Advisors at all official FLL events and Judges at Championship events are required to complete Certification. The training videos and certification questions become available when a volunteer is assigned to a Judge or Judge Advisor role. Access the training by clicking the "Go to Certification" link that becomes available upon assignment. Partners, Tournament Directors, and Volunteer Coordinators may also access Certification by assigning themselves to a Judge or Judge Advisor role. ***Note that Volunteer Coordinators should modify the automatic email sent to volunteers by adding whether online certification is required for their event and which courses are required for the volunteer to complete. 

How do teams Advance?

Selections for Champion’s Award winners and advancing teams are done in the same way.  Find out how it works!

 

 

FIRST LEGO League is a robotics program for 9 to 16 year olds (9 to 14 in US/CAN/MEX), which is designed to get children excited about science and technology -- and teach them valuable employment and life skills. Teams, composed of up to ten children with at least one adult coach, can also be associated with a pre-existing club or organization, homeschooled, or just be a group of friends who wish to do something awesome. In FLL, the children do the work! And the work is programming an autonomous robot (using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® robot set) to score points on a thematic playing surface, creating an innovative solution to a problem as part of their project, all while being guided by the FLL Core Values.