Entrants are encouraged to present their topics creatively and all submissions are judged by a panel of educators and researchers, including representatives of World ORT’s Academic Advisory Council, and non-STEM professionals who rate the videos according to the students’ communication skills, the quality and accuracy of the STEM content, their ability to share their passion for STEM and serve as role models for other students.
Participants develop a deeper understanding of their subject and the process of planning and developing their ideas into well-structured presentations.contact our education team to find out more
Building Capacities and Skill Sets to Meet the Challenges of the Future
Mazel Tov to Sandu Chirita from Herzl ORT Technological Lyceumin Moldova for his award-winning achievements at the recent Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (“Intel ISEF”).
How does a touch screen phone really work? Is it true that women see better than men? How can a rugby team prevent a Formula 1 car from moving?
“The awards enable students to develop their skills in scientific research, collaborative work and public speaking, challenging them to express their creativity in a STEM context.”