Real Life Skills
Competitive robotics provides real world skills that students rarely experience in class. Students learn how to prioritize their time between the many different requirements of the competition. Students must balance their time between building, testing, driving, programming and documenting their work while on deadline. They must also prepare for interviews with judges where they answer questions about their design and team dynamics. Students are immersed in a growth mindset environment where win or lose, they evaluate ways to improve their performance and robot.
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