Multimedia Contest 2022

  • MM Contest Brochure

    General Information: 

    • Any K-12 GPISD student is eligible to participate.
    • Individual and Team events.
    • One entry per student in each of the individual and team events.
    • Projects are due to your teacher no later than Monday, January 17, 2022.

    Don’t miss your opportunity to compete for the Superintendent’s Award and a chance to win some great door prizes which may include a laptop, gift cards, and other related technology items.

    Judging Categories:

    • Coding
    • Graphic Design
    • 3D Digital Modeling 
    • Media in Motion
    • Team Event

    Judging Criteria:

    Coding:  (grades 6th -12th only: individual or team of 2)     

    • Choices – create a Game or App
    • Entry will consist of the following – 
    1. Game - Multiplayer & multilevel; App – functional & multipage
    2. Project Summary – short video (1-3 minutes long) explaining the submission: student(s) name/grade/campus, name of the game/app, explain the purpose, what tools and coding language used, show how the game/app works, what part did each of you work on, where did you work on it
    3. Written directions 
    4. Digital Project Information sheet - name, grade, campus and resources cited, link to written directions, link to project URL, and link to project summary video

    Media in Motion:

    • Examples - create a Presentation, Webpage, Interactive Graphic, Music/Audio, Video
    • Entry will consist of the following – 
    1. Project Summary – short video (1-2 minutes long) explanation of your submission: student name/grade/campus, why you chose to create this, what program did you use to create this, where did you work on it
    2. Project Information sheet - name, grade, campus, resources cited (required either within the project or a digital sheet in addition to the project), link to project URL, and link to project summary video

    3D Digital Modeling:  (grades 6th -12th only)     

    • Entry will consist of the following – 
    1. Project Summary – short video (1-3 minutes long) explanation of your submission: student name/grade/campus, why you chose to create this, what program did you use to create this, where did you work on it, demo the model
    2. Digital Project Information sheet - name, grade, campus, resources cited (required either within the project or a digital sheet in addition to the project), link to project URL, and link to project summary video

    Graphic Design:

    • Examples – create a Bumper Sticker, Doodle, Book Cover, Comic Strip, Infographic, Magazine Cover
    • Entry will consist of the following – 
    1. Project Summary - short video (1-2 minutes long) explanation of your submission: student  name/grade/campus, why you chose to create this, what program did you use to create this, where did you work on it
    2. Project Information sheet - name, grade, campus, resources cited (required either within the project or a digital sheet in addition to the project), link to project URL, and link to project summary video

    TEAM Event:

    • This will be a video.
    • Theme – “My Online Reputation”
    • Entry will consist of the following – 
    • Groups may not exceed three members. 
      • Length – 30 seconds to two minutes
      • Video should include student(s) name/grade/campus
      • Project Information sheet  - names, grade, campus, resources cited, each members job title/contributions 
      • Project - final software project file or link

    Requirements to consider for all projects:

    • Theme – Student choice as long as it is school appropriate, unless noted
          in brochure
    • Elements – 
      1. Concept – clear target audience; easy to understand
      2. Execution – easy to learn and use; perform well; make effective and appropriate use of platform features
      3. Design – appropriate complexity for audience; visually appealing
      4. Content – grade level appropriate; evidence of originality 
    • Submissions –
      1. Coding – link to final project
      2. Graphic Design – .jpg, .png, .gif or .pdf
      3. Presentations – final presentation or show mode
      4. Webpages - .html file format or link
    • Copyright – must be an original digital creation that does not infringe upon a third party’s rights or intellectual property. 

     

    If you have any questions, please contact the campus Digital Learning and Assessment Coordinator or call Instructional Technology at 832.386.1034