Minecraft Submission Process
To submit your entry, make a video and upload it to YouTube. For the Elementary bracket, shoot for a video length between 1-2 minutes. For the Intermediate and High School Brackets, shoot for 2-5 minutes.
The video simply needs to show that each objective was met—and, for Intermediate and High School, that the additional tasks were completed as well.
The video itself doesn’t have to look like it was produced in Hollywood. Shoot it with a smartphone if you like. If you made yours on a smartphone, see if you can use another smartphone to record it. And remember, parental involvement is encouraged.
In the YouTube description, write a brief summary explaining what you made and how it meets each of the three objectives. Note: Do not put your name or school in the description.
If you’re good with video editing, feel free to dazzle it up, add music, narration, etc.—just know that editing dazzle isn’t part of the judging criteria. But it can still be fun.
The judging, first and foremost, will be seeking projects that successfully meet all three objectives as well as the additional tasks for the Intermediate and High School brackets. From there, originality, creativity, and the application of critical thinking will be the driving factors.
An official, online submission form will be made available on this page as the August 20, 2017 deadline gets closer.
Take a look at last year's winners!
Submission Check List
- Complete Registration Form (Must be done by parent sponsor).
- Complete Objectives 1, 2, & 3.
- (Intermediate and High School Only) Complete both additional tasks.
- Make video
- Upload video to YouTube
- Complete Submission Form (Must be done by parent sponsor).