TEACHERS!!! Get your hands on the HOTTEST collection of Science Fair Project resources available on one disc - for free!
Mr. Matthew Carroll and Dr. Simon McMillan have assembled an amazing collection of science fair resources to assist you in promoting well-developed projects from your students.
Copies have been distributed to the SCDSB and to Rainbow board for distribution to intermediate elementary teachers. If you are a teacher in the Sudbury area, have not received a copy, and would like a free copy sent to you directly, please email Mr. Chris Polischuk at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your full name and the school you’d like it sent to.
Below is a list of the DVD contents:
- Check out SMARTS (a science social network for youth)
- Example Back Boards
- Magnetic linear accelerator
- Hero High-Speed Driver Deterrent
- Reporting from the Science Fair
- Experiences at the 2004 CWSF
- Experiences at the 2010 CWSF (Colin)
- Slide Show from 2009 CWSF
- Northern Life at SRSF
- News stories from the international fair
- RealityExpo video
- Scientific Method videos
- Supporting materials
- Project Template
- Science Success workbook
- Scientific method worksheet
- Training Videos – Nova Scotia YES
- Training videos - SRSF (with real participants)
- Also: Graphing in Excel video
- Sample permission for content form
- Lesson PowerPoints
- BASEF presentation
- Producing a Science Fair Project (ARPS 09)
- Professional Resources
- Science Success Teacher Guide
- Sci-Tech Ontario – Real Science
- Sample evaluation, timeline, project template
- Sample Timeline
- Project Template (copy in student folder as well)
- SmartBoard Games
- Are you smarter than?
WHEN IS THE FAIR?
The Sudbury Regional Science Fair will be held on April 1st and 2nd, 2023.
WHERE IS THE FAIR?
The Sudbury Regional Science Fair will be an in-person fair in 2023 and will take place at Laurentian University. However, as in our previous two fair's, projects will also be required to be submitted and hosted virtually on the ProjectBoard platform. Click here to check out last year's regional finalists' projects!
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE?
Any student registered in grades 7 – 12 who are under the age of 21.
WHY SHOULD I ENTER?
The SRSF is a great place to showcase your knowledge in science! You will have the opportunity to meet and make connections with other students passionate about science and science professionals from the Sudbury community. You could also win the chance to attend the national competition, the Canada Wide Science Fair.
Projects Involving Humans and/or Animals. The Canada Wide Science Fair has very clear policies on the use of humans and animals in science fair projects. BEFORE any student embarks on a project involving humans and/or animals, they must visit the Youth Science Canada website and read the policies under the ethics section that pertain to their proposed project. No project will be eligible to advance to the Canada Wide Science Fair unless all of the requirements of these policies are met. (www.youthscience.ca/node/835). If you have questions concerning the ethics policies, please do not hesitate to contact Chris Polischuk at email@example.com
The Sudbury Regional Science Fair (SRSF) Committee is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization that runs the SRSF held in April each year. The committee is seeking volunteers to assist with fundraising, general organizing logistics and web management . The committee meets 4 times per year for 3 hours in addition to two days in April during […]Read More
The Sudbury Regional Science Fair is helping to develop tomorrow's leaders in the fields of science, engineering, healthcare and technology by providing a forum for inquiry-based learning ans sponsoring local science fair winners to advance to the Canada Wide Science Fair.
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