Why STEM Fair? Satisfy Standards
Request a Presentation
We understand that sometimes in order to get excited over a new topic, students need a change in scenery. This is why we would like to present our "Request for a Classroom Presenter" form.
Please fill out the form to request that we contact you and we will organize a presentation in your classroom to help your students with the beginning phases of their STEM projects and how to participate in our Fair.
How To: STEM Fair
Timeline for your Classroom
Helpful Websites for you and your Classroom!
Sites to Help with Getting Started
1. Sparticl - A new web and mobile service for teens that collects the best Internet resources in STEM. (www.sparticl.org)
Sites to Help with Research
2. The National Science Digital Library - An on-line library for those interested in education and research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. (www.nsdl.org)
Sites to Help with Project Board Supplies
Sites with Curriculum to satisfy NGSS
3 eGFI - Tools to boost your students’ math and science skills, enliven the classroom with engineering projects, lesson plans and activities and demonstrations. (http://teachers.egfi-k12.org/category/lessons/)
4 Find your Path Through NGSS - Choose different STEM topics and cross cutting areas to see different activities and lesson plans! (http://concord.org/ngss/?gclid=CMSV1IjnuL8CFYhefgodfXYA3A)
5. Code.org - This website has helpful tutorials on the basis of computer science, coding and programming. It even lets
you learn coding with simple building blocks while playing your favorite games like "Angry Birds"! (www.Code.org)
6. Science News for Students! Pretty self-explanatory, but this news site can help you see what real world problem professional scientists and engineers are tackling - maybe you have a better solution? (Student.societyforscience.org/sciencenews-students)
Rules & Regulations
Student Guidelines for Registration
Student Roadmap to Registration
Parent Information Page
Suggested Project Timeline
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The mission of the NorCal STEM Education Foundation is to inspire and engage students to become interested in pursuing scientific, technological, engineering, and mathematical (STEM) degrees and careers.
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