MSEF in the 60’s

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If you take a look at the Boston Globe in the early 1960’s, you would find advertisements encouraging you to come to the state science fair, then jointly hosted by the Globe and MIT. In fact, in 1960 the state … Continued

MA Award Winners at ISEF

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ISEF Grand Award Winners!! Nearly 1,800 students from 78 countries competed for awards at this year International Science & Engineering Fair. 9 MSSEF students took home Grand Awards and a total of $7,500 in cash. Honorable Mention: Katherine Beadle (Bishop … Continued

MARCH FOR SCIENCE

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This year on Earth Day, April 22nd, 170 partner organizations and people who value science from educators to scientists to concerned scientists are planning a “March for Science” around the country.  What’s it all about? MARCH FOR SCIENCE https://www.marchforscience.com/ EARTH … Continued

Guiding your students to dig deeply

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Authentic and in-depth knowledge, experimentation and thoughtful analysis are keys to a successful science fair project.  These three hallmarks of the scientific method, although seemingly linear, definitely are not in practice.  Re-visiting the literature is a constant process that must … Continued

Don’t Forget to Breathe!

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How Teachers Can Make a Difference Everyone breathes. It’s one of the most natural things we do. Something else natural that we do is get nervous before a presentation. This is especially true with students because they fear failure, criticism, … Continued