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Michelle Bunn, M.A. Associate Director Project Lead The Way SDSU College of Engineering
Competitions Chevron Design Challenge Chevron Design Challenge: Winning Strategies IvenTeam TEAMS Spark!Lab Invent It Challenge VEX Robotics/FIRST Robotics MESA Days Walk on Water Solar Cup Additional STEM Competitions HOSA Additional BMS Competitions & Opportunities
Chevron Design Challenge – PLTW High Schools Teams are given the opportunity to: –Create an original design that meets the design specifications given the morning of the competition –Collaborate with their teammates and work together to meet deadlines to submit sketches, assembly drawings, parts drawings and an exploded view with Parts List for judging –Give a short presentation of their design to a panel of professional engineers and college students
Competition Day Schedule 7:30 – 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast. 8:00 – 8:15 Procedural Briefing and Distribution of the Design Brief. 8:15 – 8:45 Initial Brainstorming and Preparation Period. 8:45 – ~9:00 The competition director responds to questions. 9:00 – 11:00 Brainstorming, Design Sketching, and Initial Inventor Modeling. 11:00 – 11:30 Continued Model Entry 11:30 – 12:00 Lunch and Coaching. 12:00 – 2:00 Continued Model Entry and Presentation Preparation. 2:00 – 3:00 Completion of the Design Presentation. 3:00 – 3:15 Break Time. 3:15 – ~4:30 Design Presentations. 4:30 – 4:45 Break while Judges Collect and Tabulate Scores 4:45 – 5:00 Presentation of Awards
2011 State Finals held at Santana HS in San Diego
2012 State Finals held at Lincoln HS in San Diego
Scoring Initial Design Sketches (15 points) – Neatness: 0-3 points Clarity:0-12 points Parts Drawings (15 points) – THREE of the parts drawings must be clearly dimensioned using correct dimensioning conventions. Complete drawing set submitted:0-4 points All required and appropriate views shown:0-4 points Dimensioning standards followed:0-7 points Assembly Drawing (5 points) – Assembly drawing submitted with all parts correctly constrained0-5 points Meets Quantitative Design constraints (5 points) – Meets Quantitative Design Constraints0-5 points Exploded View and Parts List (15 points) – All parts shown:0-5 points Parts list:0-5 points Balloons & Exploded View:0-5 points
Presentation Scoring Design Concept (20 points) – Originality:0-5 points Meets Qualitative Design Constraints:0-5 points Manufacturability:0-5 points Marketability0-5 points Final Presentation (25 points) – Up to six minutes using a PowerPoint presentation. Presentation (Speaking) Skills: 0-6 points Quality of Slides:0-5 points Content:0-7 points Clarity:0-4 points Neat Professional Appearance0-3 points
Dress Code Business Casual –School uniform –Blouse and skirt for the girls –Polo and khakis for the boys NO shorts and sandals. Students do not need to wear a suit and tie, but are more than welcome to if they would like.
Competition Dates REGIONAL COMPETITIONS April 5: Sacramento (Granite Bay HS) April 12: San Jose/East Bay (Amador HS) April 26: Bakersfield (Bakersfield Community College) Los Angeles (Redondo HS) San Diego (La Costa Canyon HS) STATE FINALS COMPETITION May 24: San Diego (Scripps Ranch High School)
Eligibility 3 members per team. Limited to students who are currently enrolled in IED/ID OR who have completed IED/ID. Have not entered the contest before.
Prizes are awarded to each of the 3 team members!
Prizes for Regional Competitions include: 1 st Place Winners — IPad 2 nd Place Winners — $100 Amazon gift card 3 rd Place Winners — $75 Amazon gift card 4 th Place Winners — $50 Amazon gift card 5 th Place Winners — $25 Amazon gift card *1 st, 2 nd, & 3 rd Place Teams are also awarded a $1,000 Travel Stipend to attend Finals*
Prizes for Finals Competition include: 1 st Place Winners — Laptop 2 nd Place Winners — $300 Amazon gift card 3 rd Place Winners — $200 Amazon gift card 4 th Place Winners — $100 Amazon gift card 5 th Place Winners — $50 Amazon gift card
Registration Registration is open! Space is limited! Please register only ONE team per high school. –You can also me ONE additional team to be put on the WAIT LIST. Teams will be randomly selected to fill any open spots 2 weeks prior to the Regionals. Register at: pltwca.net/go/IED2014 Please go to PLTWCa.org for rules and additional information.
Chevron Design Challenge: Winning Strategies 1. Meet all Deadlines – You can’t win if items are turned in late. 2. Save Often & Safely on Desktop and USB – Every year, multiple teams lose all their work. 3. Bring a Team – You don’t need 3 quarterbacks; multiple skills are needed. 4. Practice – Use previous design briefs. 5. Keep it Simple – Don’t get hung up on a complex part; change it and move on!
5. Design it so it Works – Engineers do not reward you for crazy creative ideas that won’t work. 6. Be Professional and Neat – These can influence the judges more than the scoring indicates. 7. Work as a Team – Everyone always working in parallel. 8. Presentations are Critical – Practice! Don’t read, use bullets, emphasize your design (not the design brief), use 2 presenters if 1 is weak. Practice before presenting. 9. Animations Must Work – Learn how to embed videos that will work when moved to a new computer. Chevron Design Challenge: Winning Strategies
Additional STEM-Related Competitions Invent Technological Solutions to Real-World Problems –Gives HS students an opportunity to cultivate their creativity and experience invention –InvenTeams include: HS students, teachers, and mentors –Can receive grants up to $10,000 each to invent technological solutions to real-world problems –For more information: InvenTeam Application Timeline (Grants for the academic year) –Initial application deadline: February 28, 2014 –Excite Award recipient notification: March 4, 2014 EurekaFest 2014: June 19-21, 2014 –Final application deadline: September 5, 2014 –2015 InvenTeams announced: October 15, 2014
Additional STEM-Related Competitions TEAMS –1-day competition –MS/HS students –Hands-on STEM enrichment in imagining creative, practical solutions to a real-world challenge –This year’s theme is “Engineering Tomorrow’s Cities” Scenarios are based on the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges –Teams of 4-8 students work together to answer multiple choice and essay questions Compete for local, state, and national recognition –Teams can compete anytime during February 10 – March 22. –PLTW schools receive a 30% registration discount by using code PLTW2014 –Find out more at:
Additional STEM-Related Competitions Spark!Lab Invent It Challenge –For K-12th grade students –Students must follow 7-step invention process Including: identifying a problem, conducting research, sketching, building a prototype, testing, refining, and marketing their product –Prizes include: a patent application filed by a law firm camp scholarships book sets Additional items –Deadline for submitting inventions: April 11, 2014 –For more information including challenge details, guidelines, and scoring information, visit
Additional STEM-Related Competitions VEX Robotics Competitions –Visit Operated by the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation (REC) Information on competitions across different programs –VEX IQ –VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) –VEX U –Check out the REC Foundation Online Challenges Gives students a chance to show off their work, win prizes, and get a chance to compete at the VEX Robotics Competition World Championship Attend one of the VEX Robotics presentations at this conference to learn more about grant opportunities!
FIRST Robotics First Lego League
Additional STEM-Related Competitions MESA Days
Walk on Water Competition Solar Cup Challenge
Additional STEM-Related Competitions Two national video game competitions –Game Changers –STEM NATIONAL VIDEO GAME COMPETITION Cyber-Security Competition 2014 Extreme Redesign: Rise to the 3D Printing Challenge “Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge” Intel Competitions What If? Live Student Design Challenge
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Start a HOSA chapter –www.cal-hosa.org Create a Parent Advisory Board Invite community partners to help your students
Health Science Events: Dental Spelling Dental Terminology Knowledge: Human Growth & Development Knowledge: Medical Law and Ethics Knowledge: Pathophysiology Knowledge: Pharmacology Knowledge: Nutrition Medical Math Medical Reading Medical Spelling Medical Terminology Emergency Preparedness Events: CERT Skills CPR/First Aid Teamwork Events: Biomedical Debate Career Health Display Community Awareness Creative Problem Solving Forensic Medicine Health Education HOSA Bowl Public Service Announcement Leadership Events: Extemporaneous Health Poster Extemporaneous Speaking Extemporaneous Writing Healthy Lifestyle Job Seeking Skills Medical Photography Prepared Speaking Researched Persuasive Speaking Health Professions Events: Clinical Nursing Dental Science Medical Assisting Nursing Assisting Sports Medicine Recognition Events: Barbara James Community Service Award Cal-HOSA Honor Roll Health Care Issues Exam HOSA Happenings: Multimedia Chapter Communication Event National HOSA Week National Recognition Program National Service Project Outstanding HOSA Chapter California HOSA Competitive Events
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