2019-2020 AMMS Technology Fair Registration Form
What: AMMS Technology Fiar
Who: 6th - 8th grade students who want to show off their technology skills and projects (most will have been a part of technology club)
When: Tuesday, November 19th
Where: AMMS Library
This registration form is due by November 1st.
*The email address you supply below will be the only form of communication we use regarding the tech fair. Please be sure to use an address you check regularly.*
Students Last Name
Students First Name
Choose 1: A student may enter only one project as an individual or as a member of a team (maximum of 2 members per team) in one of the 14 competition categories. *
Team/Partner name if applicable (leave blank if individual entry)
Bringing own device
NOT bringing own device
Choose a project category.
Game Design - original content, design, and rules of an interactive game (ex: Unity)
Multimedia Applications - combines text, images, and sound (ex: PowerPoint)
3D Modeling - original artwork digitally created and modeled in 3D (ex: AutoCad or Tinkercad)
Animation - original design with primary purpose of motion of objects (ex: Scratch)
Productivity Design - uses general presentation software without sound or animation (no movement) (ex: Microsoft Word)
Mobile Apps - an app specifically designed for a mobile device; must include a storyboard and flowchart (ex: Appy Pie or Thunkable)
Device Modification - devices engineered or modified to meet a specific goal or purpose; must be fully functional (ex: Arduino)
Internet Applications - web pages, web design, blogs (ex: Weebly or Google Sites)
Audio Production - original audio production that is edited or produced with digital software; can be speaking, singing, music, sound effects, or others (ex: Audacity or Garage Band)
Graphic Design - student created and non-animated (non-moving); not photography or 3D modeling (ex: Canva, Adobe Spark, Paint)
Robotics - a working and functional piece of electronic hardware where movement is controlled through student created program; no remote controls allowed; no human interaction allowed after the program starts (ex: Lego Mindstorms EV3, Arudino, VEX)
Video Production - original video edited by digital video editing software (ex: iMovie)
Digital Photo Production - this category is defined as any computer created original project using original student photographs (ex: Photoshop)
Students will need to be able to set up their projects on their own. The projects will be set up minutes before the Tech Fair actually begins. We require each student to log onto
to view the specific rubrics for the chosen category. Students will need to have their own devices to showcase their projects unless the software is already installed on the AMMS computers (such as Microsoft Office and web-based projects.) It’s expected that students ensure they are able to open their project up at school before the actual day of the Tech Fair.
By typing your name below, you acknowledge your child’s responsibilities of participating in the AMMS Technology Fair. (Parent Name) *
By typing below, you acknowledge the responsibilities of participating in the AMMS Technology Fair including and have chosen a project category in the drop down menu above. (Student Name) *Please review with student *
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