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    For our team's notebook, I was considering doing something as such with the meetings:

    Decide how to score points (Author)
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    Brainstorm the game (Author1 and Author2)
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    This would replace the format given in the template:
    Tasks Reflections
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    Does anyone know if this would still be acceptable, or must you use the table?
    Last edited by Aidan; 09-18-2017, 01:08 PM.

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    They loosened the rules a few years ago for the engineering notebook. You can now format the pages pretty much any way you want to, as long as you have met all of the requirements in the game manual part 1. Read through section 10.2, and especially 10.2.4.

    Also take a look a the notebook guide: https://www.firstinspires.org/sites/...guidelines.pdf - there are some good tips in here.

    Here are some award-winning notebooks: http://ftc.flfirst.org/index.php/sea...tebook-winners . There are many more online if you search around a little bit. Looking at many samples can help you understand what the judges are looking for, and also give ideas to customize it to make it "yours".

    As long as you meet the basic requirements, your notebook will at least be considered for awards. Just keep in mind that the judges only have a couple of minutes to look at it when they make the first cut. So you want to make your team's journey as clear as possible in whatever format you choose, but the focus should be the actual notes/learning information.

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