Video Series 2 of 6: Get Your Idea and Do Some Research

In the previous video, Overview: How to Do a Science Fair Project, we are given important steps needed in order to begin a Science Fair Project. In this video Ota, Serina, and Arby demonstrate the power of observation. Let’s take a look at an environment and begin asking questions about the details we see. By observing closely we can begin to gather ideas and research in an area of interest.

Overview: How to Do a Science Fair Project

Step 1: Get Your Idea and Do Some Research

Step 2: Ask a Testable Question

Step 3: Design and Conduct Your Experiment

Step 4: Examine Your Results

Step 5: Communicate Your Experiment and Results

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Special thanks to the team at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California. On their website, you can view and download and assortment of educational materials such as NASA missions details, images, videos, audio and more.

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In the video, Arby and Serina mention several science and engineering questions. Which idea(s) do you find interesting to do further research? Explain.



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26 replies

  1. I’m interested about the robot making a free shot.

  2. I’m interested in learning more about the solar panel on the top of the building

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