TAG-Ed Programs

Scholastic programs to advance the goal of enabling
Georgia’s K-12 education system to become an innovative leader for STEM education

TAG-Ed Middle School WEBChallenge 2016

Announcing Middle School WEBChallenge 2016!

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This middle school competition is designed to engage students in the latest technology with hands-on design experience. Students will develop websites based on a pre-determined theme, which are then judged on different aspects of site design. This program also works to recognize and reward educators who sponsor the winning teams.

In collaboration with the Atlanta Science Festival and HowStuffWorks, the 2016 WEBChallenge theme is How Stuff Will Work- IN SPACE! This year, the competition invites students to design a website that identifies a problem and how they believe it will be addressed by using space technology.

Participation is open to all Georgia middle school students in grades 6-8. Teams will consist of 2-4 students with one school approved adult advisor or school faculty member. School organizations, private schools, and home schools are also eligible to register.

 For additional information, please contact Katie Dion, kdion@tagonline.org

 


See last year’s winners!

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Congratulations to our 2015 Middle School WEBChallenge Finalists!

  • Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School

  • Columbia Middle School

  • Fulton Science Academy Private School

  • Griffen Middle School

  • Honorable mention: Pine Grove Middle School

To explore their submissions, please visit: http://howstuffwillwork.tumblr.com.
Winners were announced at the Atlanta Science Fair on March 28, 2015.


This middle school competition is designed to engage students in the latest technology with hands-on design experience. Students will develop websites based on a pre-determined theme, which are then judged on different aspects of site design. This program also works to recognize and reward educators who sponsor the winning teams.

In collaboration with the Atlanta Science Festival and HowStuffWorks, this year’s 2015 WEBChallenge theme will be How Stuff Will Work. The competition invites students to design a website that identifies the challenges our community will face in the future, and how science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) can be used to address those challenges.

Participation is open to all Georgia middle school students in grades 6-8. Teams will consist of 2-4 students with one school approved adult advisor or school faculty member. School organizations, private schools, and home schools are also eligible to register.