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iMake iLearn – Rethinking the Science Fair

iMake iLearn – Rethinking the Science Fair

      Okay so let me start by admitting that every year about this time when the Science Fair rolls around, I would inwardly cringe.  As a former bilingual teacher, it wasn’t because I didn’t think that students should pursue different learning experiences but the reality was that for my families the resources were

Prince George’s Science Fair Judges Needed (April 5th)

Greetings MD/DC/VA Area DEN Educators! Prince George’s County Public Schools is in need of judges for their 66th Annual Prince George’s Area Science Fair on April 5th.  This year, the Fair is very large — over 500 projects and they need quite a few more judges! So they can use your expertise as a category

Google Science Fair

I received this email from NASA-AMES today and I had to pass it along.  What an opportunity! Get your students together and get ready to jump on this STEM activity! “On the 11 January 2011, Google is launching the inaugural Google Science Fair. We have partnered with NASA, CERN, National Geographic, Scientific American and the LEGO

Science Fair Mania

If it is that time of year again for your school’s science fair and the thought of it brings up some rather disturbing images in your mind, here are some papers that might make it go a little smoother. Each year I look forward to so many students applying the scientific method. However, the thought

Take the Stress out of Science Fairs

Later this week, I will be presenting several sessions at NSTA in St. Louis.  One of the sessions is in partnership with Elmer’s, a company that is really dedicated to supporting teachers and young scientists throughout the world.  They provide online resources that are really helpful as you go through the entire Science Fair experience.