Science Fair TV

EI TV - Educational Innovations BlogWhether you’re a science teacher, a parent, or just a science buff, you probably know plenty about how rewarding—and stressful—a science fair can be.   If you’re looking for the best way to communicate with your students about the steps involved in developing a science project, we’ve got you covered.  Each of the videos below explains how to plan and execute a great science fair presentation.

Enjoy!  If you find a video on science fairs that you’d like to share with us, please leave a comment!

Tips and Tricks

 Having difficulty finding a science fair project?  Need some clever ideas?  This video is especially good at explaining what makes a science project interesting—both to the student doing it, and to those who view the results.  Mark Rober goes through a whole lot of ideas in 12 minutes!


Prepare for the Science Fair

Here’s a wonderful animated short video explaining the steps to completing a science fair project.  Your students will surely enjoy “the science siblings,” Jack and Jessica.  The especially noteworthy part is that this video was created by a high school student!

 


DIY Science Fair!

Here’s a six-part video series that walks educators and students through the ins-and-outs of designing a science fair project.  Each of these 3-5 minute video examines a different step in the process.  NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory designed the series.  The topics covered are relevant for any student.  An excellent resource!


White House Science Fairs

Between 2011 to 2016, there were six different science fairs at the White House.  President Barack Obama introduced the first one with these words: “If you win the NCAA championship, you come to the White House. Well, if you’re a young person and you produce the best experiment or design, the best hardware or software, you ought to be recognized for that achievement, too.”

There are many videos of the young people whose projects were on display at the White House.  What a great inspiration for your students!  We’ve selected two of our favorites here.  Enjoy and, most of all, share with your students!

 

 


Tips for Making an Awesome Science Fair Display


Some Real Students Explain their Projects

 


 For more ideas, don’t miss our Science Fair Central page!  Also, take a look at our blog, “All about Science Fair Judging,” our free discussion starters and our free Scientific Method lesson.
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