The All-Earth Ecobot Challenge is an innovative engineering competition that engages fifth through eighth grade students in complex problem-solving, while developing critical thinking skills and elevating their confidence in formulating solutions to real-world missions.
May 16, 2015
8am - 5pm
Hall E, NRG Park
Teachers/Coaches, use the Teacher Portal to register your team’s participation in the All-Earth Ecobot Challenge on May 16, 2015. Registration gives you access to the resources on the Team Page including official guides, and videos that will help you and your students with table set-up, rules, point structure and the Eco-Genius research. Log back into the Teacher portal after registration to add team names and get exclusive Teacher/Coach only information!
It takes a wide variety and a large population of energetic volunteers to make the program a success! You are an integral part of providing a meaningful experience to all participants, teachers, & spectators! Please join us in supporting our Ecobot Teams by volunteering. Get more information.
SPRING 2015 PRACTICE DAYS
The 2015 Game Missions will be revealed in January! Practice Days focus on game-specific learning using robotic programming and engineering skills. Students practice and collaborate with other teams while learning the new challenges. Teams gain an understanding of the new game rules, how to set game pieces on competition tables, point scoring strategies and how to play BINGERDY. Teams scrimmage, practice running robot rounds and have opportunities to experience what real game conditions are like with timing, judging and scoring.
Practice Days are open to ALL participants and are FREE but Coaches/Teachers must register their school below! Make plans to prepare for Challenge Day by attending at least 1 Practice Day!