Presentation on theme: "For students at River Eves in grades 3 – 5. December 3–4, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
For students at River Eves in grades 3 – 5
December 3–4, 2012
The top 2 projects per category will advance to the County Fair in January.
11 Categories to choose from: Animated Graphic Design Non-Animated Graphic Design Digital Photography Digital Video Production Multimedia (with sound and/or images with text) Non-Mulitmedia Robotics Internet Project Programming 3-D Modeling Case Modification (decoration) (See State Fair website for complete descriptions.)State Fair website
11 Categories to choose from: All categories can be entered as an individual or a team of 2. There will be 3 extra events at the County and State Fairs that we will not have here at River Eves: Hardware (grades 7-12 only), Programming Challenge (grades 7-12 only), and Technology Literacy Challenge.
Must be an original design which allows for motion
Animated Graphic Design Example
Non-Animated Graphic Design is computer-created original art project that has no motion.
Non-Animated Graphic Design Example
This category is defined as any computer-created original project using photographs. The project must be displayed on a computer in the program in which it was created. Software may include, but not be limited to, Photoshop, Corel Draw, Microsoft Photo Editor.
Digital Video Production
This category is defined as any original video project that has been edited on a computer with digital video editing software and exported into a digital video format. The project must be displayed for viewing on a computer.
Computer-based reports or creative presentations which include sound and/or images with text.
How does this help the sea turtles? Sea turtles spend 90% of their lives in the ocean. Learning about where sea turtles spend their lives helps scientist discover the reasons why they are endangered and what to do about it. Map taken from Caribbean Conservation Corporation website Multimedia Example
Projects, without sound, using non-multimedia software
Working functional pieces of electronics in which movement and intent is controlled through student-created programming
Self-executing programs created using programming languages such as BASIC or LOGO
3-D Modeling This category is defined as any original artwork that had been created and can be modeled in three dimensions.
CASE MODIFICATION A student may decorate, paint, add lights or moving parts to a working computer.
CASE Modification Use your imagination and fancy up those computers for a fun event!
How to Register for the Fair Select a category (team or individual). Return the parent consent form and registration form to your teacher. Complete your project. (Its OK to ask for advice, but you must do the work YOURSELF.) Present your project and worksheet for judging on the day of the fair.
WHEN ??? Start on your project now. Registration ends November 1, Projects are due on November Projects will be on judged on December 3 (& 4 th if needed). The Fair Open House & Project Viewing will be on Tuesday evening, December 4.
Technology Fair Project Viewing & Open House Tuesday, December 4, 2012: Projects will be on display 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Group Photo at 6:30 p.m. Door Prizes during the Open House.
Interested in the Fair??? Go to the River Eves website for more information. Talk to your teacher or Ms. Britt for more information.