What will you invent?
The Project Competition is back, and this year we're asking students what they would invent to make the world a better place.
We'd like students to imagine that they have unlimited budget and can invent anything that will help with one of these important global issues: climate action or improving health and wellbeing. What will they invent and how will it help?
For the Project Competition 2022, in a group of (2 to 4 students) we'd like you to imagine you can invent anything that will make the world a better place and will help with one of these important global issues: climate action or improving health and wellbeing.
Your project should address the following four questions:
- What problem do you want to solve?
• Climate action OR health and wellbeing
- Why is this problem important?
- What is your invention?
- How will your invention help?
Your entry can be hand drawn, produced on a computer, or you can use your own original photos. You can choose to create either a digital or print project, but the photograph that you upload of your project must be legible.
How to enter
Who can enter? Any teacher who teaches students age 10 – 17 can take part in the Project competition.
- Tell us which problem you want to solve: Climate action OR improving health and wellbeing.
- Explain why this problem is important.
- Describe your proposed invention.
- Explain how your invention will help solve the problem.
- Make sure your project is your own original work and does not copy anyone else's work (e.g. no images copied from the internet).
- If you use photos or drawings of real people, make sure you submit a completed model release form for each person that appears.
- Make sure the text in your project is legible.
- Read and accept the Terms and Conditions.
- Submit your entry online.
Try out the competition as a classroom activity!
Complete the task in class with your students. Download a lesson plan and a worksheet to engage your students with the competition in class.
Download the lesson plan (PDF, 1MB)
Download the worksheet (PDF, 1MB)
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