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1 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team 842 Education Under Pressure Extracurricular Engineering Excellence Allan Cameron Fredi Lajvardi

2 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Faridodin “ Fredi ” Lajvardi Program manager for Marine Science Magnet Program Science & Technology club Sponsor Electric Vehicle program - Catapult Competition - ROV - Ham Radio – Robotics – Lego League Teachers Allan Cameron Teacher Computer Science and Innovative Technology Science & Technology club Sponsor Electric Vehicle program - Catapult Competition - ROV - Ham Radio – Robotics – Lego League

3 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Inner city public high school (35 th Ave & Roosevelt) 93% Hispanic population 100% of feeder school students on federal lunch program Magnet Programs Carl Hayden Community High School

4 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Interest in Engineering in the U.S. has declined for 20 Years Source: National Science Board: Science and Engineering Indicators 2002 And, over the last ten years there has been: 50% decline in student interest in engineering 14% decline in engineering degrees awarded to US students

5 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab “…to create a world where science and technology are celebrated….where young people dream of becoming science and technology heroes….”. Dean Kamen Engage Students in Science, Engineering, and Invention Try something New Students Create Technology Facilitate and Share Knowledge Be Creative Have Fun Our Mission Is To…

6 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Carl Hayden

7 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Carl Hayden Athletic Facilities

8 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Carl Hayden Athletic Facilities Academic Facilities

9 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Message of FIRST FIRST Competition Change our Culture “Gracious Professionalism”

10 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab For Inspiration & Recognition in Science and Technology Founder Dean Kamen’s Vision Competition, Cooperation and Recognition Basic Electronics, Physics, Business skills Programming Desktop publishing Computer animation Evaluations Strategy FIRST Robotics Competition

11 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab FIRST Dean Kamen

12 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams worldwide United States, Canada, Brazil, Great Britain, Ecuador, Israel 22 Regional Competitions AZ Mar , 45 teams, Veterans’ Coliseum 1 Championship Apr 27-29, 2006, 300 teams, Atlanta GA For Inspiration of Science and Technology

13 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab “FIRST isn’t just about building robots, its about developing life skills. The kids learn skills in relationships, teamwork, finance, budgeting, and project management. The partnership between academia, the community and industry…will build our future employees and our future citizens.” Steve Sanghi President and CEO Microchip Technology

14 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Game: Aim High, 2006

15 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Karen the Robot, 2006

16 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Midwest Regional Mar 17-18, 2006 Univ of IL – Chicago 15 High School teams in Illinois 31 teams competing Free

17 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab MATE Would FIRST model work in other venues?

18 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab 2004 ROV Competition Remotely Operated underwater Vehicle Marine Advanced Technology Education Center (MATE) June 24 – 27, 2004 University of California Santa Barbara

19 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Wired April 2005 La Vida Robot

20 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab ABC News Nightline

21 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Awards Judge’s Award Design Elegance Technical Report Overall 1 st Place

22 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab MATE 2005 June , Houston TX NASA NBL

23 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Other Activities Trebuchet Lego Vex Electric Car Amateur Radio

24 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab VIPs

25 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Mentors Marcos Garcia-Acosta Intel Latino Network Publicity, Advocate Carol Lindsey, John Borge Phelps-Dodge Students’ Presentations Karen Suhm, Jerry Little Inventivity Electrical, Programming

26 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Vertical articulation Grade schools Community colleges ASU

27 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Engineering Majors

28 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab This Year’s Projects Commitments VEX robotics FIRST Lego Robotics FIRST Robotics MATE ROV “On the Drawing Board” DROVER Jr. High Articulation Lego Workshop Lego Scrimmage University Articulation Engineering Curriculum & certificate Change the Culture

29 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab AEAA Arizona Educational Academic Association Modeled after AIAA, Arizona Interscholastic Athletic Association Endorses or sanctions academic events such as FIRST, MATE, National History Day, Lego Robotics, Moot Court… It uses events that are in existence, AEAA does not host events Provides budget to any school that participates Encourages payment to teachers equal to what athletic coach's earn Renewable on a yearly basis, subject to review Increase public awareness of academic extracurricular activities The vision is to positively transform culture by inspiring young people, their schools, and communities to appreciate science and technology.

30 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab

31 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Thank You Fredi Lajvardi Allan Cameron

32 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team 842 Education Under Pressure Extracurricular Engineering Excellence Allan Cameron Fredi Lajvardi

33 Carl Hayden H.S. Falcon Robotics, Team March 2006FermiLab Videos FIRST Promo 2005 (1:05) FIRST Promo 2004 (4:20) Team Promo (4:57) FIRST Promo 2005 (6:16)

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