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The Judge Guide Addendum provides the approved variances for judging at REC Foundation-sanctioned events during the 2020-2021 competition season. The variances described in this addendum will only apply during this season and may be updated as needed by the REC Foundation’s Competition Judging Committee. Any questions or clarifications on this Addendum or the Judge Guide […]
Detailed description of the Judge's role for Event Partners, Judge Advisors, and Judges. Contents: Current season's Judge Guide Standard Award Descriptions for Judges Room Judge Sign-in Sheet Judges Note to Missed Teams Field Note to Judges Engineering Notebook Rubric Team Interview Rubric Awards Scoring and Ranking Sheet Team Interview Tips and Sample Questions More: Volunteer […]
Description: A brief overview of the Judge's role. More: Volunteer Downloads VEX Worlds Volunteers Volunteer Management System Judge Guide and Judging Documents Engineering Notebook and Team Interview Rubric
Use industry-leading software MATLAB and Simulink to design autonomous and remote-control robot algorithms. MathWorks provides complimentary access to simulation and programming products, hardware libraries for VEX EDR, curriculum, tutorials, and support for teams looking to take advantage of model-based design while participating in the VEX Robotics Competition. More: Robotics Curriculum VEX Getting Started Guide
The REC Foundation's Online Challenges provide a unique opportunity for students from around the world to participate in VEX Robotics Competition, VEX U and VEX IQ Challenge-based engineering competitions. Students can show off their work, win prizes, and even win a chance to compete at the VEX Robotics World Championship.
Project Lead The Way provides transformative learning experiences for PreK-12 students and teachers across the U.S. They create an engaging, hands-on classroom environment and empower students to develop in-demand knowledge and skills they need to thrive. PLTW also provides teachers with the training, resources, and support they need to engage students in real-world learning. More: Robotics Curriculum
This Season Restart Guide features a restart checklist for Event Partners, online resources for teams and coaches, as well as best practices and resources regarding Covid-19. More: About RADC Covid-19 Updates
Criteria for registered VIQC, VRC, and VEX U teams to qualify for participation in championship events. More: Team Guide Code of Conduct Student-Centered Policy Participant Release Form and Instructions Participant Release Form (Spanish)
The REC Foundation Aerial Drones (RAD) competition engages students in hands-on STEM learning as they pilot aerial drones and compete in an evolving game, building lifelong skills in communication and leadership and to help enhance their futures in a dynamic workforce.
The REC Foundation’s brand guidelines have been established to ensure we present ourselves consistently to our audiences. More: Media Logos and Media Resources VEX Robotics Assets Girl Powered Style Guide
We are proud to share the REC Foundation Season Restart Guide for the 2020-21 season! Read the guide on what to expect during this unique competition season, new methods of virtual judging, as well as different resources available to teams and coaches. Please contact your Regional Support Manager if you have any questions.
The Team Guide prepares team members for the robotics competition season, the Engineering Design Process, and their first event. Includes: How to Use this Guide Before You Begin, Which Program to Pick? Robotics Season Inclusion Initiatives Sponsors Grants Online Challenges Acronym Guide Social Media More: Code of Conduct Student-Centered Policy Team Registration on RobotEvents.com Participant […]