Final projects may include multiple files or formats as needed to meet the complete requirements (see rubric). Note that the STEM solution may be a fully developed idea; it does not have to be physically manufactured or implemented.
The goal is to share innovative STEM ideas that inform, engage, and inspire others.
The Issue (100-300 words):
- Include an interpretation of the problem based on a personal insight or observation.
- Describe at least one major cause and effect based on knowledge and research.
- Explain why it is critical to address the problem.
The STEM Solution (images + 200-400 words):
- Include a visual representation of the design or proof-of-concept.
- Describe what would make the design an innovative and effective solution.
- Explain at least one STEM concept that would be a key part of the solution.
The Digital Presentation (length and format may vary):
- Include an engaging or interactive component for audiences (see Examples below).
- Describe a fictional or real-world scenario of the solution being applied.
- Explain the key facts and takeaway using at least two different mediums (text, art, graphics, video, audio clip, etc.).