Want to learn how to inspire your students to conduct independent research?
Interested in learning how to assist students in topic selection, time management, and presentation of science and engineering research projects?
Planning your school’s science and engineering research competition?
New to the process or looking for a more organized approach?
Plan to attend a NC Science & Engineering Fair Workshop for the 2014-2015 Academic Year
ALL WORKSHOPS WILL RUN 9:00 AM UNTIL 3:30 PM WITH FURNISHED LUNCH!
Wilmington –June 25, 2014 at UNC-Wilmington (FULL)
Boone –July 8, 2014 at Appalachian State University (FULL)
Raleigh – July 16, 2014 at NCAE Center for Teaching and Learning [map] (FULL)
Research Triangle Park - August 5. 2014 at Biogen Idec
Winston Salem –September 13, 2014 at SciWorks (FULL)
The following topics will be discussed during the workshop (limited to 30 participants, register NOW, we will take a short wait list):
Guiding Student Research 101
Learn how to initiate, manage, and evaluate student science and engineering research projects in the classroom. Help students to advance to regional, national, and international competitions.
Science Fair 101
Planning your school's science fair? New to the process or looking for better organization? This workshop will guide you step-by-step as you plan a school science fair.
Come and learn more about the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) rules, regulations, and forms. Learn tips for reviewing projects for compliance and review some case studies. Bring your concerns and questions.
Sounds like a lot of information? Bring a friend!
Participants will receive the following:
- $50 Stipend
- Morning coffee, snacks and lunch
- All materials and program book
- 0.5 CEU for completion of the workshop
Register Now! Limited seats in each session
Detailed information will be sent 1 week prior to the conference date with location, map, and parking information per site.
NCAE Center for Teaching and Learning