By popular demand, Science Olympiad is offering online sessions for coaches this year. The Science Olympiad Coaching Program is a step-by-step guide to coaching Division B and C teams that includes a comprehensive coach's manual, 26 weeks of lesson plans (total of 52 hours of lessons), and a resource appendix with handouts and worksheets.
New this year is Ward's World website, full of free resources, guides, lesson plans and videos to help educators bring science to life! Ward’s World gives teachers resources to create lessions that balance scientific information and engaging classroom activities. Visit the site to bypass hours spent looking for content and hands-on activities.
Thousands of Ohio students compete and showcase their independent research projects and compete for scholarships at State Science Day (SSD), presented by The Ohio Academy of Science. This year will mark the 71st annual SSD- the last 17 years of which have been held at The Ohio State University. Columbus native, Daniel Stover, M.D., is a State Science Day alumnus with a unique bond to The Ohio State University.
In a few short weeks, students from all over Ohio will travel to compete in 50 events within a variety of STEM disciplines. But this weekend is not "all work, no play," as students are invited to particpate in tours, activities and lectures around Columbus, Ohio and The Ohio State University...