Students can participate in the showcase by sending a recorded video presentation of their project. In case of a prototype participation, students can capture and send a video of the prototype along with their explanation of the prototype and its functions. The virtual showcase will take place between December 2-3, 2020. Please encourage your students to participate by sending their video-recorded presentations to firstname.lastname@example.org by 29 November, 2020. We will also have prizes for the best projects.
Below is the description of the presentation formats we sent at the beginning of the semester. Please note that we are still accepting these different presentation formats provided that they are video-recorded, so we can upload them on our website for the virtual showcase.
Description of presentation formats:
Posters: This is a poster presentation which can be on any subject that combines any aspect of STEM and art/design. An example of this could be a presentation about the Atomium in Brussels or any STEM and art/design project you developed in your classes.
Prototypes/objects: These could include samples, models, or simulations of an actual product and their presentation should highlight both aspects: the technical and artistic/design elements
Videos/short films: These must be short (3 – 7 minutes) recordings made by students. Since making a video/film involves the T in STEM (technology), the content of the video should reflect the Arts. A story (or a poem) accompanied by visuals and other props is one example of this.
Website: This format is similar to videos/short films in the sense that making a website involves the use of technology and design. The content of the website should reflect the Arts (drawings, poetry, stories, etc) or both Art and STEM features.
Artwork/photographs: Interesting artwork/photographs which reflect any or all of the STEM fields.
Please feel free to write to us if you have any questions.