At each Terra Regional Science Fair, students will be expected to present their work to a number of judges. It's important to have all the correct information on your display board, be well-versed in your research, and well-rehearsed in your presentation, but that's not all the judges are looking for. Find out what some judges … Continue reading Judging
The National Science Teachers Association website is a useful tool for teachers to use as they assist students in prepping for their local Terra Fair. On the NSTA website teachers can find over 800 classroom resources-including lesson plans, book chapters, videos, simulations and more- on a variety of topics for every grade level from K-12. … Continue reading Resource for Teachers
Allendale Columbia School is showing the National Geographic Documentary, Science Fair on January 30, 2019 at 6:30 pm. The documentary is centered on the lives of nine students from all across the world who are traveling to one place to compete in Intel's International Science and Engineering Fair. Students who participate in any of the four … Continue reading Showing of National Geographic’s “Science Fair”!
Beyond your verbal presentation, the findings of your research project will be presented on a presentation board to be evaluated by the judges. The information that is put on these boards is critical to the success of your presentation, so it's important to know what is necessary and how to structure your board. The video … Continue reading Presentation Boards
One of the hardest parts of doing scientific research can be getting started. If you're having trouble finding a topic for research, consider checking out our Pinterest page, or visit Science Buddies for inspiration. Perhaps you already know what you'd like to do research on but are unsure on how to begin the project, or … Continue reading Getting Started.