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The Science Buddies Blog gives students, teachers, and parents an inside look at student science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) projects, activities, success stories, and real-world connections.



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Kids Read Science News


A new website feature at Science Buddies, sponsored by Cisco Foundation, brings science news to students. With the news feed, students can easily locate science news stories related to a project or science interest.

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Get a Jump Start on the Project Display Board


You don't have to wait until the last minute to start the project display board for a science fair project. A great board takes planning, and you can do a good deal of preliminary legwork getting your board ready even...

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Teachers who Pin: Teachers Find Support and Inspiration for Science Education at Pinterest


Teachers may or may not be tweeting their science lesson plans or sharing every hands-on engineering classroom activity at Facebook, but they are finding inspiration and community at Pinterest, where discovering new ideas and approaches to teaching is fun, visual,...

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Helping Teachers Approach Next Generation Science Standards


As administrators and school boards around the country consider the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), Science Buddies is helping teachers begin ramping up, now, for some of the ways in which traditional classroom science projects and assignments may change. Side-by-side...

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Understanding the Engineering Design Process: Teachers Embracing Engineering Design


Teachers tasked with adapting science lesson plans to meet new standards that place increased emphasis on engineering design as a critical scientific practice need real-world resources to help them integrate engineering design in the classroom. Teaching and celebrating the engineering...

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New Science Standards Emphasize the Engineering Design Process


The Next Generation Science Standards encourage a multi-dimensional view of science education, one that highlights the importance of students learning to use the engineering design process—as well as the scientific method. Science and Engineering Methods Side by Side in Next...

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Top Science Teacher Inspires Student Science with Science Buddies


For this middle school science teacher, Science Buddies has a front-row seat in the classroom, providing support for hands-on student science fair projects and for curricular and extra-curricular planning. Students and Teachers Find Hands-on Science Success with Science Buddies Angela...

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K-5 Teachers Science Survey and Chance to Win!


Science night? Science fair? Science lab? Family science event? We want to learn more about science education at your school. All K-5 teachers who complete our teacher survey will be automatically entered for a chance to win a great prize pack from Elmer's (pictured above).

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InnovatioNation: Bringing Biotechnology to Local Classrooms


Life Technologies' InnovatioNation helps introduce students to biotechnology and to the role of science in addressing global concerns. Teachers participating in InnovatioNation use Science Buddies to help support the science curriculum and their school science fair. Life Technologies Foundation's InnovatioNation...

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Teaching Good Science and Engineering Habits: Keeping a Lab Notebook


Science and engineering projects often involve many steps, many trials, many materials, and may take many weeks. Help your students learn critical organization and recordkeeping skills by requiring a science project lab notebook! (Image, A Cowen 2012)-->Good recordkeeping is a...

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Success Story: Science Fair Projects with Real-World Impact


A science teacher at Brawerman Elementary School in Los Angeles views Science Buddies as an indispensable classroom partner, especially when it comes to helping students locate quality science Project Ideas—in all areas of interest. Above: Teacher Lisa Niver Rajna with...

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Perfecting the Project Display Board


The project display board for a science project may be the last step before the fair, but don't underestimate its importance. Your display board may be one of hundreds on display. You want to make sure it summarizes your project...

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The Chemistry Contest Deadline is Approaching!


If you did a chemistry project this year (that includes food sciences and biotech), you can enter your project in the Rosalind Franklin Chemistry Contest for a chance to win a cash award. You've already done the work, now it's...

Science Buddies 2011 Webinar for Educators Available at YouTube


Were you unable to attend our September 2011 webinar for educators? No problem! You can watch a video recording of the entire webinar (about an hour) when it's convenient for you. Our Science Buddies channel at YouTube contains other great...

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Science Buddies Webinar


Professional Development Webinar for Teachers Join us for a free webinar on September 14 Space is limited! Reserve your webinar seat now! Science Buddies is offering a free online webinar on September 14, 2011, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. PDT (6:30-7:30 p.m....

Teacher Webinar Video Now Online!


The video from the September 22, 2010 Science Buddies Teacher Development Webinar is now available for online viewing.

Earthwatch Fellowship for Teachers


Middle school teachers, grades 6-8, interested in investigating ocean sciences or climate change are invited to apply for the 2011 Earthwatch Educator Program sponsored by Earthwatch and Northrop Grumman. The program provides a fellowship for an innovative hands-on expedition, an...

Teacher Webinar is Today!


Just a reminder, our free Professional Development Webinar for teachers is today, Wednesday, September 22 at: 4 p.m. Pacific 5 p.m. Mountain 6 p.m. Central 7 p.m. Eastern If you are already signed up, please follow the directions you received...

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Rescheduled! Free Teacher Professional Development Webinar


Due to technical difficulties, the Webinar last week was interrupted and has been rescheduled. The new date and time is: Wednesday, September 22 at 4 p.m. PDT. Even if you had registered to attend the August 29 webinar, we need...

Free Teacher Professional Development Webinar


Find out how to use Science Buddies resources in your classroom by joining us on Sunday, August 29th for an hour-long, free guided tour of the Science Buddies website (start times below). In this comprehensive online guided tour of the...

Science Fair Project Troubleshooting Guide


Science fair season may be winding down at most schools, but scientific exploration at home and in the classroom continues year-round. And where there is science, there are variables and materials and controls and reactions and things that change and bond and grow ... and things that don't. So what went wrong? And what can you do about it?

Getting Teachers On Board for Our First Science Fair


Hi. This is Brian again... a science teacher in Chicago and guest blogger at Science Buddies this fall as I work to help organize our school's first science fair. What I'm discovering is that when you decide to run a...

Earth Science Week: Climate


This week, we'll be looking skyward as we await the impact of the LCROSS satellite and hope for sight of the plume on the morning of October 9. But next week, our attentions will spiral back to Earth for...

Countdown to LCROSS Impact


10 Days and Counting! The countdown is on! LCROSS' projected lunar impact will occur on October 9, 2009 at 11:30 UT (7:30 a.m. EDT, 4:30 a.m. PDT), +/- 30 minutes. If you've been tracking the LCROSS Mission, you know...

Science Buddies' First Teacher Webinar


Join Science Buddies on August 30 for "Using Science Buddies for Success," a free one-hour webinar designed to introduce teachers to Science Buddies' resources and tools. As the 2009-2010 school year gets ready to kick into gear, now is the...

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