The iDidaMovie Contest is the flagship contest for the iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit up to three movies with one of five themes, including Teach Us Something, Tell Us a Story, Make Us Laugh, a Social Studies themed movie, and an Indigenous Language film.Submissions are to be made as a url link.   

  • Submissions must be under 2 minutes and rated PG without any copyrighted materials.
  • Limited to 3 entries per person.  

Entries for the Indigenous Language category must include:

  • Fifty percent or more of the spoken dialogue is in an Alaskan native language.  
  • English subtitles 

Adults must be ASTE Members.   Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor.  Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.  
iDidaMovie Rubric




The iDidaPhoto Contest is a photo contest for the iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit up to three photos with one of three themes including Tells a Story, Alaska Life, Digitally Enhanced.  Submissions are to be made as an upload.  

No limit on size.  Should not contain a watermark or artist name on photo.   

Each person can submit up to 3 images in total and must relate to one of the themes listed above. 


Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor. Adults entering the contest must be ASTE Members.   


Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.

iDidaPhoto Rubric

The iDidaTune Contest is a contest for ASTE's iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit up to three original music files.  


The tunes must not exceed 2 minutes.  You can upload up to three music files for this contest.

Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor. Adults entering the contest must be ASTE Members.   Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.

iDidaTune Rubric

The iDidanAudio Contest is a contest for ASTE's iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit up to three audio files with one of three themes including Public Service Announcement, Teach Us Something, and a Social Studies Themed Podcast.

Submissions are to be made as an uploaded audio file.      

Files in the PSA and Teach Us Something categories must not exceed 2 minutes and be copyright free.

Social Studies Themed Podcast must not exceed 10 minutes and be copyright free.

Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor. Adults entering the contest must be ASTE Members.   Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.

iDidanAudio Rubric
 

The iDidaBook Contest is a contest for ASTE's iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit up to three digital books with one of two themes including Amaze Us and Social Studies.


Submissions are to be made as a url link or an uploaded document.  Links should be public to allow judges an opportunity to view entries.  

Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor. Adults entering the contest must be ASTE Members.   Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.  

iDidaBook Rubric

The iDidaDocumentary Contest is a documentary contest for the iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit up to three movies with the theme of Social Studies.

The Alaskan Documentary must not exceed 30 minutes.  A link to your documentary will be requested below.  

Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor. Adults entering the contest must be ASTE Members.   Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.

iDidaDoc Rubric

 

The iDidaThing Contest is a contest for ASTE's iDidaContest.  Here students from across the state of Alaska can submit a thing they have created.  This "thing" can be just about anything (3D Printing, 3D Art, Shop Project, Tools, etc).  We do not want to limit the options because we have one simple category here: Amaze Us.  

Submissions are to be made as a url video link and any other information you can provide to better describe your thing.

Students can submit free with an ASTE Member sponsor. Adults entering the contest must be ASTE Members.   Contact john.notestine@aste.org if there are questions.   

iDidaThing Rubric

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