RESULTS ARE IN!
State Results are in for 2021!
Thank you so much for participating in the 2021 Fulton County Virtual Technology Competition! We had the highest level of participation ever and are so proud of all students! Thank you to all volunteers, as well!___________________________________________________
All Virtual Event
Registration is now closed-Thank you for participating!
*Reminder- Projects are submitted as videos. Review the 2021 Virtual Submission Guidelines for additional details.
*All registrations and videos are due by March 7th at 11:59PM.
Due to the extenuating circumstances around COVID-19, the decision has been made to hold the 2021 competition virtually.
During your preparations, please be mindful of social distancing. The safety of all students is VERY IMPORTANT and it is not advised to video with your partner if you are competing as a team. If you are working with a partner, an alternate option for recording could be to record one partner live with the 2nd partner virtual. Be creative in recording your virtual presentations and stay safe.
February 1st - February 28th - Student Registration
February 28th-March 7th- Project Submission Window
March 7th at 11:59 PM- Last Date/Time for Student Registration & Project Registration (No Exceptions)
March 15 - March 29 - Judging Window
TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION OVERVIEW:
*This is a 100% virtual competition.
*All 3rd -12th grade Fulton County students are invited to enter a student created Technology Project that aligns with one of these CATEGORIES.
*Students may enter only ONE project. Projects may be submitted by an individual or up to two team members. Individuals and teams of two compete against each other.
*Projects are to be designed and created by students. Some adult guidance is allowed, but it must be clear that work entered by students was done by the students. Judges will expect students to demonstrate that the work is their own. This should not be a whole class assigned project.
*Read the category descriptions before you select your project category. No changes will be made after the project has been submitted. After that time, students’ projects will be judged based on the category for which they registered. Changes in category WILL NOT be made for any reason after submission. Projects will be judged by the category under which the project was submitted.
VIRTUAL COMPETITION PROCESS:
Video presentations will be submitted online and there will be a one week judging period, after the student submission window closes. Please read all 2021 Virtual Submission Guidelines.
The programming challenge will be held remotely. However, no video submission will be required for this. Students in this category will receive information specific to the virtual programming competition later this month.
This category is only open to students in 7th-12th Grades.
Registration and School Liaison Questions:
2021 Committee Members
Judging Committee Co-Chair: Beth Valentine, METI Hapeville Elementary
Judging Committee Co-Chair: Selena McNeill, METI Stonewall Tell Elementary
School Liaison Committee Chair:
Advisor: Hoke Wilcox, Director Learning and Teaching-Instructional Technology
Advisor: Amy Rubin, METI, Findley Oaks Elementary
Advisor: MaryElizabeth Ward, Coordinator School Tech Support
Admin Advisor: Latosha Gray, Assistant Principal, Ocee Elementary
Prof Asst: Christine Olateru, Instructional Technology/Media Services
2020-2021 Fulton County Programming Challenge Participants