VEX IQ Challenge

A STEM EDUCATION REVOLUTION

NASSP2016-17
The VEX IQ Challenge, presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, provides elementary and middle school students with exciting, open-ended robotics and research project challenges that enhance their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills through hands-on, student-centered learning.

The VEX IQ Challenge fosters student development of the teamwork, critical thinking, project management, and communication skills required to prepare them to become the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.

VEX IQ Challenge Ringmaster

CURRENT CHALLENGE: VEX IQ CHALLENGE RINGMASTER

Ringmaster is played on a 4’x8’ rectangular field configured as seen above. Two robots compete in the Teamwork Challenge as an alliance in 60 second long teamwork matches, working collaboratively to score points. Teams also compete in the Robot Skills Challenge where one robot takes the field to score as many points as possible. These matches consist of Driving Skills Matches, which will be entirely driver controlled, and Programming Skills Matches, which will be autonomous with limited human interaction.

The object of the game is to attain the highest score by Scoring colored Rings on the Floor Goal and on Posts, by having Uniform Posts, by Emptying Starting Pegs, and by Releasing the Bonus Tray.

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STEM RESEARCH PROJECT

    Check back soon for details about this season’s STEM Research Project.

DESIGN NOTEBOOK

Judges identified this VEX IQ Challenge Design Notebook as outstanding at VEX Worlds. It clearly documents the design process including all iterations of the team’s design. Teams should note that these notes are made at the time the team was performing the work and it was not edited for style. It was also clear to the Judges that the work in this notebook is in keeping with the concept of a student-centered program.