Off-Season Challenge 2018/19

Project

Die FIRST® LEGO® League season went over so fast again? But, there are good news: It continues! We have a challenge for you, where you are able to show everything you have learned. In the categories Robot Game, Research and Teamwork you can show again, what you can do. You can also win great prizes! Are you ready for the challenge after the challenge?

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Participation conditions

Who can participate? All FIRST® LEGO® League teams of the current season.

How can you participate? The coach must complete the registration form and submit the video file with all three challenges until the submission deadline. Participation is free

When is the deadline? May 12th, 2019

What can you win? A full FLL scholarship A full FLL-scholarship for the season 2019/20, attractive prizes and lots of fun!

When will the winners be publishd? The winner will be informed and announced two weeks after the deadline.

We are looking forward to your submissions and are excited to see your ideas!

 

Timeschedule 2018/19

December 2018 Start of registration for the Off-Season Challenge 2018/19
May 12th, 2019 Deadline
until June 9th, 2019 Evaluation & Awarding
   

Participate - it's that easy!

1. Complete the registration form

The coach should read first the Conditions of Competition and Privacy Policy.

Then, the coach has to complete the registration form.

Here is the link to the registration form.

2. Produce videos

Produce your videos in German or English. Please remember not to post any video of your team members without obtaining the consent of all guardians. Discuss a release before in the team!

Download consent form

3. Send video file

Send your video file as a zip-file by WeTransfer to info@hands-on-technology.org.

Please note:

  • FLL team name and FLL team number must be included in the file name
  • Formats: mp4 oder .wave
  • maximum file size: 2GB

More information about sending via WeTransfer can be found here.



 

You are also welcome to share your videos under the hashtag #offseasonFLL on all social media channels.

Missions

Show your know-how, your creativity and communication skills. Our challenge cis made of the three well-known FLL parts Research, Teamwork and Robot Game. Nevertheless, there are special challenges waiting for you!

1. Robot Game - New Mission

Develop a new mission with existing mission models based on the INTO ORBIT mat.

Be creative and surprise us with your innovative ideas! Solve this mission with your robot and send us a video of it. The video can be up to 40 seconds.

2. Research - Elevator Pitch

Imagine getting into an elevator and meeting an important decision-maker. You only have time to convince him of your idea during this liftride.

Send us a video summarizing the key points of your research project in a maximum of 30 seconds and presenting your innovative solution convincingly! [Nbsp]

3. Teamwork - Enthusiastic Others

The FIRST® LEGO® League is all about helping and inspiring each other. Tell another school or class about FIRST® LEGO® League and get them excited about joining in next FLL season.

Send us a video showing you in 40 seconds why it's so much fun to be part of the FLL!

Evaluation

All applications will be judged by an independent jury and judged by the criteria of innovation, creativity and communication skills. Show us, thatyou have come up with new solutions and how creative you've been. It's also important for the judges to see, how the understanding between team members have been.

The Jury

Which people judge about your videos and find the three best teams?

Susan Franke (36), scientific employee

For the eleventh time we are organizing the regional tournament of the FIRST LEGO League in Zwickau. It is a pleasure to see the enthusiasm of the children during the preparation and also during the event. Many of the participants can be seen every year and it is exciting for us to see their development over the years. Some of them now sit in our lecture halls and after their active FLL time, they have started their studies in the technical field.

Rolf Bolleter (66), electro-mechanic

I am a qualified electrician. I worked for various companies in the construction of machinery and in development, as well as for many years at LEGO in the technical department.I have been active for FLL since the first FLL competition in Switzerland. Since three years, I am retired. During school holidays I do programming lessons for kids.

Tim Waibel (19), computer science student

The FLL has been a big hobby of mine since I was 10 years old. At FLL, I've had a lot of great experiences that I like to remember, learning many things that I still benefit from today. Initially as a team member, I am now traveling as a coach, mentor, jury or referee across Europe and even to Brazil to support teams and organizers in their FLL participations and competitions.