You have two options for submitting your scores for the videos:


  • Once you have watched the video, please complete the online rubric for each of your assigned projects.  CLICK HERE to be directed to the online rubric.


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Please click on your assigned Video/Exhibit numbers to judge the ocMaker Challenge student videos. Since the students have used a variety of technology to create their videos, we ask that your scores do not reflect production quality. You are scoring the videos based on the following criteria:


  1. PROBLEM: Video clearly states problem to be solved.
  2. SOLUTION: Video clearly states how the designed product is a solution to the stated problem.
  3. ORIGINALITY: Product is creative, unique and original idea.
  4. DYNAMIC AND FUNCTIONAL PROTOTYPE FUNCTIONALITY: Video shows demonstration of Level 2 dynamic functionality and performance quality.
  5. ORGANIZATION: Video content is well organized, presented, and reflects a logical order.


COMAge Range of Students in the ocMaker Challenge

  • Intermediate, Junior High, Middle School  - 11-14
  • High School - 14-18
  • College - 18 +

ocMaker Challenge

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  • Video/Exhibit #1 - The Hybrid Ukulele - El Toro High - Saddleback Valley Unified School District


  • Video/Exhibit #2 -  Hampster powered night light- Walker Junior High - Anaheim Union High School District


  • Video/Exhibit #3 - Motorized shoe - Tustin High School - Tustin Unified School District


  • Video/Exhibit #4 -Mobile Work Bench - El Toro HS - Saddleback Valley Unified School District 


  • Video/Exhibit #5 - Just Sit - El Modena High School - Orange Unified School District


  • Video/Exhibit #6 - Insomnia Fan- South Lake Middle School - Irvine Unified School District



  • Video/Exhibit #8 - Holding tree  - McPherson  - Orange Unified School District