Earth’s crust is covered with layers of deep soils and fine-grained clays. These layers are in constant motion and they move at about the rate fingernails on hands grow. Over time, this movement causes intense heat as the rocks push, grind,… Read More ›
Young minds are drawn to the natural world and they use their senses to make observations, record data, ask and answer question, and recognize how scientists use these skill to explore the science all around us.
“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.” – Edwin Powell Hubble, astronomer
In the previous video, Examine Your Results, the JPL team dug deeper to examine the data collected from their experiments. Serina, Arby, and Ota listed multiple examples of details that need close attention, especially when conducting experiments. “As much as we… Read More ›
In the previous video, Design and Conduct Your Experiment, we received valuable advice on how to perform experiments and collect data. In this video the JPL team digs deeper to understand the data collected from their experiments. Also, they continue… Read More ›
In the previous video, Ask a Testable Question, Ota, Serina, and Arby helped us to develop an idea and form testable questions. Most importantly, we practiced using the following format: How does INPUT affect OUTPUT? In this video you will hear valuable advice on… Read More ›
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… Read More ›
At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, scientists Serina Diniega, engineer Arby Argueta and educator Ota Lutz, team up to take viewers step by step through the project design process. Learn about the 5 steps to doing a science fair project, from generating… Read More ›