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This application is for middle and high school teachers only!

The Oklahoma State Department of Education, in partnership with Botball, will be providing grants to facilitate recent start-up and existing elementary Junior Botball teams.

The Global Conference on Educational Robotics hosts the International Botball Tournament 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 2015 Global Conference on Educational Robotics (GCER) will be held July 7, 2015 - July 11, 2015, at the Embassy Suites Albuquerque - Hotel & Spa located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


2015 KIPR Aerial Challenge's game:
Information coming soon!

The Global Conference on Educational Robotics hosts the International Botball Tournament 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 KIPR Open Autonomous Robotics Game (formerly known as Beyond Botball) is distributed by KISS Institute for Practical Robotics to encourage ongoing robotics education beyond the high school level.

This year's game:
Red or Green

The Challenge:
The objective for this year’s game challenge reflects the love for red or green chili peppers in the Desert Southwest.

The Botball Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition, and serves as a perfect way to meet today’s new common core standards.

By designing, building, programming, and documenting robots, students use science, engineering, technology, math, and writing skills in a hands-on project that reinforces their learning.

Students are exposed to an inquiry-based, learn-by-doing activity that appeals to their hearts as well as their minds. Botball addresses our nation’s need for a well-prepared, creative, yet disciplined workforce with leadership and teamwork experience.