Workshops

RESOURCES

Powerpoints for you to adapt/use:

Science Fair Presentation Part 1 –  Introduction to Starting a Science Fair Project

Science Fair Presentation Part 2 – Setting up experiment and data, etc.

Science Information on the Web and at the State Library

analyzing data ppt 2016

fwdmaterialsfromstatisticsworkshop

Handouts – to use with students:

Selecting-a-Science-Fair-Topic

How to write a Purpose and Hypothesis

Working With Data

Elements of Writing a Science Fair Project (1)

Lab Activity

Fun Lab in Introduce Scientific Method: M&M Lab

ISEF Finalist & Judges Comments

Advice for Teachers by Pia Alderman CASEF Grand Champion and ISEF Finalist 2016.

math, eng tech notes Judges comments in math, engineering and technology projects from last fair

Useful or interesting websites:

ScienceBuddies.org- great for first time science fair project ideas. Includes a survey to see what areas are generally interesting to students or go straight to project ideas. https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/teacher_resources.shtml

MathIsFun.com– great introduction to measuring in metric. Use I.S. units/metric https://www.mathsisfun.com/measure/

ScienceFair.math.iit.edu– great introduction to working with excel to make data tables and graphs http://sciencefair.math.iit.edu/analysis/graphing/

Amstat.org– American Statistical Association- a more advanced website for analysis of data http://www.amstat.org/education/usefulsitesforteachers.cfm 

Discovery Educationhttps://www.sciencefaircentral.com/?utm_source=DE&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=hotlist

Hhmi.org- Biological Interactive Website http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/search?text=virtual%20labs&sort_by=search_api_relevance&redirect=1

Workshop Survey after Maker Space Lab

At the end of the session today, please take a few minutes to take the survey. Thank you, we hope that you found today informative. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and recommendations. If you have any questions please contact Valerie Knowles,             email: director@casef.org