Schools and Organizations - Experimental Design Program
Suitable for Community Organizations, Homeschoolers, Charter, Private and Public Schools
This program teaches students how to design and conduct experiments for math and science fair projects utilizing research, laboratory and scientific literacy skills gained through individual and group learning as well as mentoring.
The Experimental Design Individual Mentoring Program- provides a small monetary award to purchase supplies to conduct the experiment and a mentor for successful completion of a math or science fair project. SEM Link will support the student to his or her highest level of competition. Students who are eligible to apply for this program must be in grades 3-10, have a project title or subject area, a sponsoring math or science teacher and parental consent.
Experimental Design Group Mentoring Program- provides K-12 educators with an opportunity to receive classroom support to provide assistance to their students in the development of their math and science fair projects during instructional time. Educators must request mentors for their classroom at least 4 weeks prior to date the mentor is needed. To request mentors, please click on the link above.
Math and Science Fair Judging- schools and school districts can request individuals with science, engineering and mathematics background to judge a fair. These judges provide students with feedback from experts in the field of study. Schools must request judges at least 4 weeks prior to your fair. To request judges, please click on the link above.