For organizers & educators
Whether you’re an educator looking to incorporate the ANGLeS Challenge concepts into your curriculum or you’re organizing a local challenge or regional hub, you’ll find the resources you need on this page.
The ANGLeS Challenge manual gives a complete overview of the challenge, from details on all stages of the challenge activities to what science and programming standards for middle and high school students are supported.
Flight Director information
Each team requires one adult as the Flight Director. The Flight Director will act as the primary contact and coach for the team. The Flight Director information document provides information on piloting a drone, information on engineering and programming a Lego Mindstorms, and other relevant concepts such as wireless communication and remote sensing.
Download Flight Director information as a .PDF
(Coming in early February 2019.)
Lego Mindstorms & drone training PowerPoint
This PowerPoint is a slideshow meant to support hands-on training for both Lego Mindstorms robots and Force1 drones.
ANGLeS Challenge Workshop flyer
If you’ll be running a challenge workshop for your local organization, this flyer template will help you advertise. The template is in a PowerPoint slide that you can modify with your event details.
Lunar surface map
If you’ll be running the ANGLeS Challenge for a local organization — or you just want the right landing site for team practice — you can send this PDF of the lunar landing site to a local print shop.
(Note: Regional challenge hubs will receive a lunar surface mat from NESSP. Contact Christina Jarvis with questions.)
Lunar surface map — DIY version
You can go old school and create a lunar surface mat by hand using butcher paper, a meter stick, some string, and a few other supplies. We’ve created a document that covers all the dimensions and details you’ll need.
ANGLeS Challenge curriculum
Curriculum covering relevant concepts for the ANGLeS Challenge will be available in early February 2019.