Table of contents for Super science fair sourcebook / Maxine Haren Iritz.


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Introduction.
Why Do a Project? What are the Benefits? What if You HATE Science? Parents-How to Help.
Choosing a Topic.
Personal Interest.
Items in the News.
Questions About Common Household Products.
Subjects Covered in Science Classes.
Evaluating Your Project Idea.
Difficulty.
Cost.
Safety.
ISEF Project Rules.
Examples of Winning Science Fair Projects.
These are Examples Taken from Students Interviewed by Iritz.
Resources.
Libraries.
Universities.
Laboratories.
Mentors.
Scientific Supply Companies.
Government Agencies.
The Science Project Organizer.
Your Computer.
The Information Superhighway.
Reference Works on the CD-ROM.
Software to Help You.
Graphics.
Spreadsheets.
Word Processors.
Data Bases.
Science Fair Projects Using a Computer.
The Research Paper.
The Question and Hypothesis.
The Experiment Elements.
Example Science Fair Projects That Illustrate Methods for Conducting the Experiment.
Results and Conclusions.
Example Science Fair Projects Illustrating Results and Conclusions.
The Project Presentation.
Notebook.
Display.
Summaries and Handouts.
Example Projects Demonstrating Winning Presentations.
The Science Fair.
Setup.
Judging.
Activities.
Awards and Rewards.
Appendices: A: ISEF Categories.
B: ISEF Forms.




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Science projects Handbooks, manuals, etc, Science Exhibitions Handbooks, manuals, etc