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Mar'15

Student POV: Droids Robotics

In our newest edition of Student POV, we have Sanjay and Arvind Seshan, who are members of the robotics team, Not the Droids You Are Looking For (Droids Robotics) from Pittsburgh, PA, USA. They are actively involved in robotics all year around, whether competing themselves or teaching others. They constantly …

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Apr'14

Student POV: Robovacuum

Alexis and Noah are back again with another Student POV! This time, sharing how they programmed a robovacuum in ROBOTC Graphical Language for the VEX IQ platform.

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Apr'14

Student POV: Slalom Challenge

Danica and Jake are back again with another Student POV! This time, teaching people about the slalom challenge, in ROBOTC Graphical Language for the VEX IQ platform.

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Mar'14

Student POV: Robo 500 Challenge

A brand new Student POV with student bloggers, Alexis and Noah, talking about the Robo 500 Challenge!

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Mar'14

Student POV: Labyrinth Challenge

We are really excited to introduce a new blog series called Student POV! This series will feature students giving their perspective and advice for programming in ROBOTC. I Welcome our first student bloggers, Danica and Jake!

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Jul'13

Student POV: Kjersti and Violet

We interviewed Kjersti Chippindale and Violet Replicon, who are the mentors for the FIRST Tech Team 6002 - The Basilisks, and asked them to tell us about their FTC robotics experience.

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Jul'13

Student POV: Jacob Mason

As we mentioned before, every year at Worlds, we get to meet some amazingly talented students. Jacob Mason was one of those students. He is the lead programmer for FTC Team 3486 the Techno Warriors Advanced.

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Jun'13

Student POV: Mia Garbaccio

Every year at Worlds, we get to meet some amazingly talented students. This year was no different! One of those students was the lead programmer and captain for the all-girls VEX team 355E, Mia Garbaccio.

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Mission

Use the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about science and technology.

All students are technologically literate, mathematically competent, and confident about their future.

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