Blog Author: Amy Cowen
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Mentorship from a volunteer in the Ask an Expert forums made a big difference for this middle school student's environmental science project.
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With the free Science Journal app, students can start measuring and gathering data right away. We have suggestions for classroom-based icebreaker activities to help you and your students get started using the app!
This student explored cybersecurity and password setting behaviors with his school science project.
Tutorial for using the accelerometer in Google's Science Journal app to record data and perform experiments detecting acceleration, oscillation, or gravity.
This sixth-grade computer teacher is helping her students start thinking, now, about the range of STEM career paths available and how jobs in science match up to interests they already have.
Sixth grade student explores stealth technology with a project from Science Buddies.
For World Oceans Day, talk with students about ocean pollution and the need to reduce the amount of plastic trash flowing into waterways.
Blood donations make transfusions and important treatments like Anti-D possible. Explore blood typing science.
For this eighth grade student, the key to a positive first science fair experience was a project about his dog.
Students interested in the Laurel vs. Yanny debate can explore other fascinating hands-on STEM projects related to illusion and human perception.
PPG volunteers help Science Buddies update a popular crime scene chemistry science project.
Simple STEM activity turns capillary action and "siphoning" into an exciting rainbow-colored demonstration