Samsung opens new term applications for the “Solve for Tomorrow” science competition

tech giant Samsung, Announced that it has opened new term applications for the “Solve for Tomorrow” science competition.

on this important Samsung Turkey he stated: Applications are open for the new term of the “Solve for Tomorrow” science competition, which is organized in cooperation with Samsung Electronics Turkey and Habitat Association and offers a unique learning opportunity by encouraging students to solve social problems. Applications for the new period of the competition, until 15 January 2023 available at the address.

Students from 8th to 12th grades studying in public or private schools can participate in the competition with teams of at least 2 and at most 5 people with their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) projects. First team as a prize in the competition 30.000 TLto the second 25.000 TLto the third 20.000 TL They will be given gift vouchers that can be used on Samsung products.

As far as the program is reported, it consists of 3 stages: preliminary evaluation, semi-final and final. In addition to the process, the following are transferred: “With the Design Thinking Workshop, students and volunteer teachers participating in the program are trained. Design thinking; consists of a 5-step process that leads to creative and applicable ideas. In these steps; empathy, identification, idea generation, prototyping and testing.

In addition to the trainings prepared by using the “Design Thinking in Integrated Design Education” program of Stanford University, Samsung and Habitat Association also provide mentorship support to support the semi-finalist students.

The “Solve for Tomorrow” program, which Samsung launched globally in 2010, lays the groundwork for the development of social innovation ideas to solve society’s most pressing problems. Designed to increase interest and competence in STEM education, the program encourages young people to implement creative solutions to find creative solutions and eliminate the difficulties and risks in society.

Participants in this program develop an in-depth understanding of the environment in which they live, as well as the skills to think critically and creatively, communicate and collaborate, which are the skills that will determine the future of the workforce and society. Students can apply to the competition with their projects that produce solutions to the subjects of ‘Climate Crisis’ (Reducing Carbon Emissions), ‘Sustainable Waste Management’ (Recycling), ‘Renewable Energy’ and ‘Smart City Applications’.

Teachers will also be able to apply to the “Solve for Tomorrow” science competition to be a volunteer mentor. Design Thinking trainer training for teachers will also be held. Teachers applying from Anatolia will also be able to participate in online and face-to-face trainings organized in cities such as Istanbul, Izmir and Ankara.

For more information and applications regarding the competition:

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