FLL Ontario Resources and Training
Some of the training available to Ontario teams will be provided through an online format and sometimes the training can be a face-to-face session in a particular region. Please check back often as this page will be updated with information throughout the season.
The official FIRST LEGO League Team Resources page has lots of goodies on it and is a great place to start. You can check it out here: http://firstlegoleague.org/challenge/teamresources
FLL Ontario Curriculum
FIRST Robotics Canada has partnered with Logics Academy to release FIRST LEGO League Curriculum for Ontario. Access to the online portal is FREE for all educators and the courses are provided for grades 4, 6 and 8.
Please share your experience with others and tweet to @canfirst @logicsacademy using the hashtag #FLLCurriculum
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
Dates: Saturday October 10, 2015 and Saturday October 25, 2015 from 9:00AM – 11:00AM
Location: St. Mary Catholic Secondary School, 200 Whitney Ave, Hamilton
Details: MakeShift Robotics (FRC team 4039) invites Ontario FLL teams to drop into their school for working sessions. Their high school students (many with FLL experience) will mentor you as you work on your robot, your project, or even a teamwork challenge.
Check out Makeshift Robotics – FLL Saturdays advert for more information on the event and for registration information!
Google Weekly Drop-In Centre (2015)
Dates: Tuesdays from 6 to 8 pm (Oct 21st and 28th, November 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th)
Location: The Communitech Space at 151 Charles St W, 1st Floor (same building as the Google Office) in Kitchener.
Details: We’ll have two fields set up, and room for teams to work on their robots. Volunteers from Google will be available to help teams with programming issues (including debugging) and short presentations on topics of interest to the teams (i.e. using light sensors, and logic programming, and other other topics if requested in advance). The teams are welcome to practice on the fields, and even organize friendly matches with other teams.
NB: Teams, please bring your own robots and laptops
Questions? Contact James MacLean at email@example.com
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Archived Coach Training
Take a look at this archived list of coach training webinars for access to their recordings. If you come across something else on the web you think might be useful to coaches, send the info to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post it here as well. The more we share the better we all become!