Rolling Robots Vex IQ Workshops come to Irvine
As summer winds down Rolling Robots is offering two vex IQ workshops on August 19th and 26th in Irvine, California. These workshops are an intensive but entry level opportunity for students that are potentially interested in robotics competition. Perfect for students at the elementary and early middle school levels, the workshops will teach building, design process, and coding before moving into the specifics of robotics competition, strategy, and team management.
Learn to build and code robots using the VEX IQ system. Directed at the elementary school level, students will build a robot and write code which will operate the robot’s sensors. The robot is the same type of robot used by professional VEX IQ Competition Teams.
Compete in a 2018 VEX IQ Challenge game. Students will build a robot to play the VEX game ‘Next Level’, which requires students to code the robot for autonomous operation and also pilot the robot manually via remote control. Along the way they will learn problem solving and teamwork skills.
The workshops are located near John Wayne Airport in a shared space at 18021 Cowan St. Irvine CA, 92614. These intro workshops are 4-hour drop-off sessions on Sunday mornings with a class size of 10 students or less studying under 2 instructors. Please have your student bring snacks or a light lunch; all other materials are supplied.
About Joining a Rolling Robots VEX IQ Team:
At the conclusion of these workshops we will be selecting new members for the Rolling Robots Competition Teams. Our teams are highly regarded and have won awards at every Vex World Championship for the last 5 years. Teams always perform better when they are made up of close friends so please consider mentioning these classes to other students in your circle of friends that you think might be interested.
Link to Info and Registration: Irvine VEX IQ Workshops
Also you can read more and like our page about these workshops on the Rolling Robots Facebook