FIRST LEGO LEAGUE

Lego league mind map by LW

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FIRST LEGO LEAGUE by Mind Map: FIRST LEGO LEAGUE

1. Feedback & support

1.1. In school support

1.2. Robotics clubs

1.3. Online sharing communities

1.4. Live chat support available

1.5. Networked support and encouragement

2. Production centred

2.1. Hands on build & program robots

2.2. Trial robots over a set challenge

2.2.1. Challenge is varied each year to represent an interesting real world challenge

2.2.1.1. Space exploration

2.2.1.2. Disaster rescue

2.2.1.3. Water

2.3. Share results via blogs & video channels

2.4. Improve & repeat

2.5. School & regional competitions - Face to face opportunities to connect with people with similar interests

3. Lego League Connected Learning Environment

4. Openly networked

4.1. Collaboration via many different channels - Blogs plus video

4.1.1. Website

4.1.2. Blog

4.1.3. Pinterest

4.1.4. Instagram

4.1.5. YouTube

4.1.6. Twitter

4.2. Worldwide participation

4.3. Tips provided on social networking to assist participants

5. Academic orientation

5.1. Links to Australian Curriculum

5.1.1. Organisation skills

5.1.2. Teamwork

5.1.3. Reports & presentations

5.1.4. Communication

5.1.5. Mathematics

5.1.6. Science

5.2. Information Technology

5.3. Continuous challenge. Different competitions for younger and older participants

6. Participants and stakeholders

6.1. Students

6.2. Teachers

6.3. Robot clubs

6.4. Coaches

6.5. Volunteers

6.6. Parents

6.7. Anybody!!

7. Interest driven

7.1. Voluntary participation

7.2. In school opportunity & robotics clubs

7.3. Online sharing communities

7.4. Online collaboration opportunities