Science Curriculum and Project Guides
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Curriculum and Project Packets
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Topic-specific lessons: access some of our most commonly used free mini-lessons below. You can also access these on our Teachers Pay Teachers webpage, plus other complete lessons and paid content.
Student Driven Research Framework
- Teaching Student Driven Research
- Designing a Research Project
- Data Collection Tools and Methods
- Statistics & Graphing
- Lectures With Speaker Notes
How to teach Student Driven Research:
This guide helps educators to support students in creating their own scientific projects. Our student-led methods allow teachers to gently guide students as they take the lead, using their own curiosity to drive their research.
Designing a Research Project
These interactive packets are designed to walk students through the process of creating a research question and designing a research project around their question.
Research Presentation Materials
These guides are form the basis of student research presentations.
Group results discussion worksheet for Middle School or High School
Data Collection Tools
The guides below are designed to familiarize school teachers and graduate student instructors with the research tools and methods we use most frequently during field days with students.