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Science Saturdays at Montana State U.

At the Science Saturdays program, Montana State U., kids ages 10-15 (younger ones welcome if with a parent) participate in hands-on experiments, learn about exciting new projects, and meet the scientists and MSU students shaping the future in Montana. (One Saturday each month, Jan. – April; please check the schedule).

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Disney’s Green Classroom Challenge. Dec. 18, 2009

Disney’s Planet Challenge project-based environmental competition for 4th – 6th grade classrooms invites students to identify a local environmental issue and devise a solution that they manage and document from start to finish. Classrooms develop a portfolio to be evaluated on environmental-relevance, student learning, changes in practices and attitudes, community involvement, lasting benefits to students, school and/or community and originality. A array of national, state, and regional prizes are offered. Application deadline: Dec. 18, 2009

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K-12 Essay Contest: Survival Design


In this essay contest of EngineerGirl!, National Academy of Engineering, students are challenged to think like an engineer to solve a survival problem. In their essays, they must describe how to use the contents of a backpack and the surrounding environment to create shelter, gather food and water, or summon rescue. Please see the full description here or on the website for the specific requirements of this contest.

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Gizmo Expo at Bucknell, Dec. 7


Bucknell University will host its 4th annual Engineering and Science Education Expo Mon., Dec. 7. More than 50 student teams will share inquiry-based teaching units and gizmos designed to teach science and engineering concepts to K-8 students. The Gizmo Expo allows participants to watch the gizmos in action, talk to student designers, and learn.

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