Nextech is sponsoring a CSforGood computer science competition for Indiana elementary, middle, and high school students.
To enter the competition, students will submit a project using technology - either an app, website, or a physical computing solution - to solve a problem in society or their community.
Final submissions due
March 5, 2021
Submissions are closed
Part One: Each submission must include a brief description (max 350 characters) on what the project is and how it solves the CSforGood problem.
Part Two: Each submission must include a short narrative (no more than 2 pages) on the process that your team followed in order to create your project. It should address the following: explains the process that your team used to come up with the idea/project, how is this project using computer science for good and solving a problem in your community or society, and what roles did each person on the team play in the process.
Part Three: Each submission must include a video demonstrating the project. It does not have to be high quality (e.g., shooting on a smartphone is perfectly acceptable). The video should be no more than 10 minutes. The video must be linked to in the question below. If the sponsor teacher opted for our Zoom recording offering, we will have emailed you the link. Please put that link in the “link to video” section.
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Nextech’s mission is to create equitable access to computer science curriculum and experiences for all K-12 Indiana students. Learn more.
A team must have the following:
Yes. A school can submit projects from multiple teams, but each individual team can only submit once.
A team must solve a CSforGood problem using an app, website, or a physical computing solution.
The following must be included and submitted by March 5, 2021:
Finalists will be invited to a virtual celebration on April 2, 2021.
Yes! Each winning student will receive $500 worth of tech gear. Each winner will choose their own prize(s) subject to Nextech Staff approval.
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