The world is in crisis beyond Covid-19 and we need every secondary student to help us solve many complex and critical problems that are highlighted by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
TECx is your opportunity to use the Design Process to tackle one of the following SDGs:
Due to Covid-19 related disruptions DATTA Australia have had many requests to extend the TECx submission date.
New submission date for 2020 is now to Monday the 19th of October in 2020 so Design and Technologies students will now be able to complete their TECx video submissions during Design and Technologies Week (12-18th Oct unless otherwise indicated in your state, region or school).
5 finalist videos will be selected by the DATTA Australia Committee and these will be broadcast on YouTube before the end of Term 4 for national voting to select the winner of a 3D printer!
The winner will also be given the opportunity to work with a panel of experts to help take their concept to the next level.
The world needs your amazing ideas, good luck!
Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. More info here
Goal 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. More info here
Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources. More info here
Video submissions approx. 3 minutes (no longer than 4 minutes)
You can use CAD software or draw your proposed solution and whatever video software you have access to to create your video.
Conditions of Entry
Submissions can be individual or collaborative (need to indicate this in submission)
All ages welcome – parents or guardians will have to assist students under 13 with YouTube upload.
Video Name should include the following:
TECx – U.N. GOAL (number and name) – Your Name/s – Year Level – State (Include TECx as tag on video)
Submit your YouTube video link to email@example.com by Monday the 19th of October
Email should include your Name(s) / Age, UN GOAL (number and name), Project Name and School Name
DATTA Australia will select the 5 best entries which will then be broadcast on YouTube during Term 4.
Design and Technologies students all over Australia will have the chance to vote for the winner of TECx 2020!