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SLB WORKSHOP SERIES FOR 2018-2019

 

If you have questions, please contact us at gsdsefslb@gmail.com.

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Workshop #4

Showcase Your Project: Preparing for a Successful Presentation

Congratulations! You've gone through the screening process and have been approved to enter the GSDSEF! But now you’re wondering, “What do I need to do to be prepared? What happens during judging? What do I say to the judges? How do I make a good impression?” 

 

We’ll help you prepare for the judging process and offer advice on presenting and interacting effectively. You’ll be able to meet and practice your presentation with several judges and experienced Student Leadership Board members. Bring your display board and any paraphernalia/prototypes to use as you practice your presentation! This will be a very interactive session!!

We'll also go over the schedule of Science Fair Week, what you need to bring - and NOT bring - and also over the procedures to check in and set up your project. 

 

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019

  • San Diego County Office of Education, 6401 Linda Vista Rd. 92111

  • Room 401-402

  • 4:30 – 6:30 pm

 

RSVP will open in early February.

This is a popular workshop, so we kindly request your RSVP.
 

If you were unable to attend the workshops or would like to review the presentations:

WORKSHOP #3

ACHIEVING SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR SUCCESS: 

Creating an Impact – From Data Analysis to Display

 

Student Leadership Board members share how:

1) to how to finish your notebook, how to write an effective abstract, and how to put together your display.

2) the do’s and don’ts of putting together your display backboard.

3) the NEW SCREENING PROCESS to enter your project into the GSDSEF.

 

   
 

 Workshop #1: Getting Started Project Ideas

Student Leadership Board members discuss:

1) how to get project ideas

2) the scientific method and engineering design principles

3) where to get support and more

   

Workshop #2:

ENGINEERING: Designing and Collecting Data

Student Leadership Board members share how to:

1) Set up your notebook,

2) check your design ideas and parameters,

3) evaluate design and re-tests, 

4) determine when your prototype is successful.

 

Workshop #2:

SCIENCE: Designing and Collecting Data

Student Leadership Board members share how to:

1) set up your notebook,

2) set up and conduct your scientific experiment,

3) organize your data into tables, charts, and graphs

4) report your findings