Remarkable Remote Learning: 3D Design Contest

In March, TCEA made the difficult decision to cancel its 2020 State Computer Science and Robotics contests and turn its 3D Design Contest into a virtual event in response to the threats and challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Those challenges, however, were faced head-on by the students and sponsors at Archbishop Molloy High School in Queens, New York, and Brazoswood High School near the Gulf Coast of Texas, each team collaborating remotely to put in the educational work required for the contest, all amongst changing schedules and changing lives. While the changes in teaching kept many schools from submitting to the competition, these two teams stayed the course and completed their projects.

“3D design is really great,” says Molloy sponsor Edit Boral. “It integrates so many skills: artistic skills, math and statistics, engineering skills. And this competition was extremely good because we developed team-building skills also.”

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