"These are the sort of things that 10, 12, 15 years ago computer science PhDs were working on, and now you've got 12, 14, 15 year old students doing it."
- David Lavery,
Solar System Explorations, NASA
The Oklahoma State Department of Education in partnership with Botball® will provide grants up to $2,200 per school to facilitate recent start-up and existing Botball® team opportunities. Click anywhere you see the word application to get to the grant application form.
Oklahoma public schools including charter schools
Botball® Educational Robotics Program (Botball®)
Ages-Middle School thru High School
For more information on the 2013-2014 OKSDE Botball® grant, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Education website at: ok.gov/sde/oksde-botball-grant
Everyone interested in robotics and STEM education is encouraged to attend the 2014 Global Conference on Educational Robotics at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles! Each year middle school and high school students, educators, robotics enthusiasts, and professionals from across the world gather to connect with peers, discuss technology-related ideas, and cheer on their favorite teams during two exciting autonomous robot tournaments.
2014 Botball registration is now open. Complete the online registration form for your team today! You will need to provide the detailed contact information including email, fax, phone and address.
The International Botball Tournament is where Botball teams from around the world vie for the International Championship. Any team that competes in a regional tournament regardless of how they finish is encouraged to participate in the International Botball Tournament.
The 2013 International Botball game review is now posted on the 2013 Team Home Base!
Botball Live connects you with Botball events such as tournaments and the Global Conference as they happen.
The 2013 Hawai'i Regional Botball Tournament took place in Mililani, HI on May 18th. This year's tournament was held at Hanalani Schools.