Join Twin Sustainability Competition for schools!

1) Complete 6-weeks digital training
2) Prototype & showcase STEM-based project
3) Win a trip to New York, UN Headquarters

Pricing is £600 (Up to 200 students. Ages 7-13)

 

Competition timeline and the training process

Join Twin Sustainability Competition for schools!

1) Complete 6-weeks digital training
2) Prototype & showcase STEM-based project
3) Win a trip to New York, UN Headquarters

Pricing is £600 (Up to 200 students. Ages 7-13)

 

Competition timeline and the training process

Join Twin Sustainability Competition for schools!

1) Complete 6-weeks digital training
2) Prototype & showcase STEM-based project
3) Win a trip to New York, UN Headquarters 

Pricing is £600 (Up to 200 students. Ages 7-13)

 

Competition timeline and the training process

1) Premium sustainability training for all students during November & December

Step1: Watch Interactive Videos

Observe climate change with interactive videos featuring a real explorer.

Step2: Create Hands-on Projects

Complete global warming challenges and projects. Share them with peers.

Step3: Solve Fun Trivia Questions

Play climate change trivia with friends and grow your knowledge together.

Step4: Play Creative STEM+A Games

Collect trash from the ocean and compete with friends to get the highest points.

1) Premium sustainability training for all students during November & December

Step1: Watch Interactive Videos

Observe climate change with interactive videos featuring a real explorer.

Step2: Create Hands-on Projects

Complete global warming challenges and projects. Share them with peers.

Step3: Solve Fun Trivia Questions

Play climate change trivia with friends and grow your knowledge together.

Step4: Play Creative STEM+A Games

Collect trash from the ocean and compete with friends to get the highest points.

2) Teams prototype and design their projects in January

Define a real world problem

For example, children living without electricity can not study at home since there is no lighting in their home.

Design a sustainable solution

Prototype your solar powered lighting system project using Twin kits or any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school.

Share video from the Twin app

Explain and share how your STEM-based project solves the real world problem while linking it with related SDG’s

2) Teams prototype and design their projects in January

Define a real world problem

For example, children living without electricity can not study at home since there is no lighting in their home.

Design a sustainable solution

Prototype your solar powered lighting system project using Twin kits or any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school.

Share video from the Twin app

Explain and share how your STEM-based project solves the real world problem while linking it with related SDG’s

Define a real world problem

For example, children living without electricity can not study at home since there is no lighting in their home.

Design a sustainable solution

Prototype your solar powered lighting system project using Twin kits or any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school.

Share video from the Twin app

Explain and share how your STEM-based project solves the real world problem while linking it with related SDG’s

3) Compete in the virtual finals on February to win the grand prize

Twin will announce 10 finalists to attend the finals and present their project directly to competition review committee.  Winner team will be announced in the event.

3) Compete in the virtual finals on February to win the grand prize

Twin will announce 10 finalists to attend the finals and present their project directly to competition review committee.  Winner team will be announced in the event.

The competition review committee will use a weighted rubric to calculate a combined score of teams in the following categories.

  • Real World Problem Description: 30%
  • STEM Solution Design: 30%
  • Video Explanation: 40%

3) Compete in the virtual finals on February to win the grand prize

Twin will announce 10 finalists to attend the finals and present their project directly to competition review committee.  Winner team will be announced in the event.

Competition Awards

Trip to New York, UN Headquarters

Twin Education Pack in $500 Value

Sustainability Trophy

Sustainability Certificate

Competition Awards

Trip to New York, UN Headquarters

Twin Education Pack in $500 Value

Sustainability Trophy

Sustainability Certificate

Competition Awards

Trip to New York, UN Headquarters

Twin Education Pack in $500 Value

Sustainability Trophy

Sustainability Certificate

Competition review committee

Meryl Batchelder

UN Accredited Teacher

Prof Ger Graus OBE

KidZania

Dr. Sunday Popo-Ola

Imperial College London

Competition review committee

Meryl Batchelder

UN Accredited Teacher

Prof Ger Graus OBE

KidZania

Dr. Sunday Popo-Ola

Imperial College London

Competition review committee

Meryl Batchelder

UN Accredited Teacher

Prof Ger Graus OBE

KidZania

Dr. Sunday Popo-Ola

Imperial College London

What students need to know?

  • Students age group will be 7 to 13.
  • Students will work as a team of 4 members.
  • Each team will have a team advisor (teacher) and 4 students.
  • Each team will research and define a real world problem they care about. Problems should be described by emphasizing who is affected and how.
  • Students will brainstorm and describe a design for a new solution to the problem using STEM concepts. 
  • Teams are free to use any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school. (Twin kits, LEGO kits or other STEM kits)
  • Each team will build a prototype of their solution.
  • Teams will share their solution with a 3 minute video in Twin app.

What teachers need to know?

  • Each school can have up to 5 teams. Teams can have different team advisors or 1 team advisor can be responsible from 5 teams.
  • Team advisors will observe children’s performance in 6 weeks educational period and form teams after this period. 
  • The challenge of the competition will be providing a STEM solution to a real-world problem related to sustainability. 
  • Teams can use any STEM or craft material available in the school. Schools that wish to procure a STEM kit can buy Twin STEM Education Pack with 20% discount.
  • Team advisors will empower students to define a problem, come up with a STEM solution, build a prototype and create a 3 minute video.
  • Teams will work on the challenge. Team advisors will help students to link the solutions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Team advisors will submit the video in Twin app.

What students need to know?

  • Students age group will be 7 to 13.
  • Students will work as a team of 4 members.
  • Each team will have a team advisor (teacher) and 4 students.
  • Each team will research and define a real world problem they care about. Problems should be described by emphasizing who is affected and how.
  • Students will brainstorm and describe a design for a new solution to the problem using STEM concepts. 
  • Teams are free to use any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school. (Twin kits, LEGO kits or other STEM kits)
  • Each team will build a prototype of their solution.
  • Teams will share their solution with a 3 minute video in Twin app.

What teachers need to know?

  • Each school can have up to 5 teams. Teams can have different team advisors or 1 team advisor can be responsible from 5 teams.
  • Team advisors will observe children’s performance in 6 weeks educational period and form teams after this period. 
  • The challenge of the competition will be providing a STEM solution to a real-world problem related to sustainability. 
  • Teams can use any STEM or craft material available in the school. Schools that wish to procure a STEM kit can buy Twin STEM Education Pack with 20% discount.
  • Team advisors will empower students to define a problem, come up with a STEM solution, build a prototype and create a 3 minute video.
  • Teams will work on the challenge. Team advisors will help students to link the solutions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Team advisors will submit the video in Twin app.

What students need to know?

  • Students age group will be 7 to 13.
  • Students will work as a team of 4 members.
  • Each team will have a team advisor (teacher) and 4 students.
  • Each team will research and define a real world problem they care about. Problems should be described by emphasizing who is affected and how.
  • Students will brainstorm and describe a design for a new solution to the problem using STEM concepts. 
  • Teams are free to use any craft materials or STEM kits available in the school. (Twin kits, LEGO kits or other STEM kits)
  • Each team will build a prototype of their solution.
  • Teams will share their solution with a 3 minute video in Twin app.

What teachers need to know?

  • Each school can have up to 5 teams. Teams can have different team advisors or 1 team advisor can be responsible from 5 teams.
  • Team advisors will observe children’s performance in 6 weeks educational period and form teams after this period. 
  • The challenge of the competition will be providing a STEM solution to a real-world problem related to sustainability. 
  • Teams can use any STEM or craft material available in the school. Schools that wish to procure a STEM kit can buy Twin STEM Education Pack with 20% discount.
  • Team advisors will empower students to define a problem, come up with a STEM solution, build a prototype and create a 3 minute video.
  • Teams will work on the challenge. Team advisors will help students to link the solutions to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Team advisors will submit the video in Twin app.

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