Each year thousands of junior and senior high school students across the nation undertake science projects.
Many students look for a simple project that they can do quickly to satisfy a class requirement.
Others look for a more sophisticated project. One that will ...
involve an in-depth investigation of an idea in which the outcome is not known in advance.
provide an opportunity to apply scientific methodology in seeking answers to a problem.
It is for this latter group of students that the textbooks and pamphlets presented on this website were written.
Teachers may also find the textbooks useful for their classrooms.
"If you are a teacher who wants to improve your skills and the
skills of your students planning to present at local science fairs,
then Richard Neuhaus's Science Project series is a great
James W. Jetter, Ph.D. Journal of Chemical Education September 1, 2010.
Science Projects: Book 4. Project Ideas in Earth & Space Scoemces
Book 4 coompletes the series of open-ended project ideas geared to assisting junior and senior high school students in the selection of science projects. See details
How to Organize, Direct, and Evaluate Science Projects
This handbook is a comprehensive guide for teachers who want to incorporate student science projects into their class curricululm. In addition to strategies, its features include general notes and observances on science fairs. See details
Science Projects: How to Collect, Analyze, and Present Your Data
This flagship book emphasizes the scientific method of analysis. and encourages the use of computer softward to do the statistics.See details
How to Use a Multimeter
The author provides information on how to use a multimeter, without bogging the reader down with technical details behind the operations. Illustrations and photographs augment the text. See details