|Level I: Grades 5 - 6
||Level III: Grades 9 - 10
|Level II: Grades 7 - 8||Level IV: Grades 11 - 12|
First popularized in the 1950s, science fairs provide students with a fun and creative way of completing large scale projects.This virtual competition, which will include entries from around the world, is open to all schools and students who have prepared a science project with an environmental theme, such as those found in environmental science and engineering. Following the scientific method, we expect student projects to first conceive of a question, construct, and test a hypothesis, and then present their data and final results. The project can be submitted in various creative formats, such as video, written, and visual reports.
One of the important components in choosing a successful topic for a science project is to select one that is of personal interest, and then to prepare a testable question.
Awarding the prize
We will be recognizing students for finishing in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. In addition to honoring students individually, the winning student’s school will be awarded a wind generator kit. This educational prize can be used in a variety of ways and enables students to learn firsthand about alternative energy sources.
The winner will be chosen by a selection committee. The committee’s evaluation will be based on the following criteria: originality, complexity, organization; how well the project succeeded in answering the original question.
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