BURSTING THE BUBBLE

MAKING TEL AVIV ORANGE

OF THE CITY AREA IS OCCUPIDED BY D-BUG

KIDS HAVE BEEN MENTORED BY D-BUG IN THE LAST FEW YEARS

OF THE TEAMS WE HAVE MENTORED AT ARE LOCATED IN SOUTH TEL AVIV

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In 2010 we opened our first FLL team, D++, in our school. Two years later, D++ has won the first place in Israel Regional and took part in the 2012 FIRST championship in St. Louis. Since then , the team has achieved many awards. In 2015 we opened another FLL team in our school called "Dgital". Today, we are mentoring our FLL teams and making them a part of D-Bug.

In addition, we opened FLL team in "Dizingoff" elementary school, located in Tel Aviv south, for our FLL Jr. alumni. 

In 2015 our team approached principals of schools from all socio- economic, social and academic

backgrounds throughout the entire city and as a result opened 10 FLLJr teams at 4 different schools: 2 religious schools in the economically weaker south Tel-Aviv, one in north Tel-Aviv and one in the gifted program school. In 2016 we are extending them to 25 teams in Yad Elyauo "Bat Zion" , Dizingoff Elementary school, Aran and Moshe Sharet.

FLL Jr. Summit at Our Workshop
FLL Jr. Summit at Our Workshop

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2015

2016

2017

11 FLL Jr. teams

12 FLL Jr. teams

17 FLL Jr. teams

1 FLL team

3 FLL teams

FLL teams

 

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MFR

(My First Robot)

BUILDING TINY ROBOTS, GETTING A LOT OF KNOWLEDGE

MFR - My First Robot activity is a small competition that simulates the FRC season. The participants, divided to groups of 4, compete against each other after building a small 'bot' using a small vibrating engine, battery and other different materials. Each team designs an unique robot after they pick a strategic decisions. The robots compete in a 'Sumo-like' competition which is very fun to watch and participate in!

 
 

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