A Date with Chemistry Students research certain elements and then analyze their potential bonds with other elements in a dating game where the dating pool is comprised of the elements featured on the Periodic Table.
A Distant View Students investigate the essential concepts of how lenses work to magnify vision, and then build simple telescopes to demonstrate their understanding.
A Field Study of an Integral Species Based on an environmental impact research project in Prince William Sound, teachers and students in other parts of the country can use this project to carry on a field study count of an integral species in their own area.
A Heated Discussion Get your students to analyze the value and uses of different temperature scales by comparing the colloquial definition of temperature with the scientific definition.
A Sea of Intrigue Students learn about trireme, a type of ancient Persian warship. They investigate other underwater recovery operations to shed light on the difficulties a trireme recovery team might face.
A Survey About Science Students conduct a survey about the nature of science, laws, theories, hypotheses, scientists and evolution.
A Weighty Task Students aim to understand the need for standardization of units of measurement. They pose their own standards for the value of a kilogram and compare them with the currently used standard.
Adolescent Sleep Students will discuss, summarize, and express alternative positions regarding a study on adolescent sleep.