Event Code: RE-WORKSHOP-17-4525
Program: Workshops & Camps
Type of Event: Workshop
Capacity: 25 / Spots Open: 17
Presentation in PDF format.Getting Started as a VEX IQ Challenge Coach 2018
Date and Time:
11/14/2017 05:00 PM - (Pacific Time)
Screen Sharing / Video
Online Meeting Link:
At the scheduled date and time of the meeting, dial in to the conference line. When prompted, enter the access code followed by hash (#).
To join the online meeting, click on the meeting link listed above and follow the prompts to join the meeting.
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If you would like to join us in person, our address is 12326 134th Court NE, Redmond, WA 98052, phone 800-839-9205 x701.
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No fee for this event!
If it snows, we will cancel the workshop, otherwise it goes on rain or shine. Probably rain, though. It's November in western Washington.
We do not need volunteers for this event.
This is a 90-minute session, with an optional 30-minute discussion at the end.
5:00 Workshop starts
6:30 Workshop ends
7:00 Discussion ends
Grade Level: All
Robot Skills Challenge Offered: No
TSA Event: No
Call-in and online meeting information in the "WEBCAST" tab.
Schedule is on the "AGENDA" tab. In short: 5:00 Workshop starts, and ends at 6:30 PST.
See "DOCUMENTS" tab for PDF of the presentation and the Robot Mesh resource document.
This is an in-the-trenches introduction to participating in the VEX IQ Challenge for coaches and mentors. No philosophy, no sales pitch, this is simply the information you need to get your VIQC program off to a solid start.
NOTE: This workshop is free, and we especially invite experienced coaches to share their expertise.
This workshop is led by Rick Tyler of Robot Mesh. Rick started Exothermic Robotics, one of the first VEX teams in the Pacific Northwest, in 2006, and is still involved in a leadership role with that program today. He spent seven years working for VEX Robotics and the REC Foundation as the regional manager for the northwest and director of the Online Challenge program, and has been with Robot Mesh as head of its Education efforts since early 2016. He is excited about sharing this experiences wth you.