What’s a Science Olympiad
A Science Olympiad consists of different hands-on events where students take an active role in exploring science topics related to the school’s science curriculum. The events can be scheduled to occur as half-day up to three-day competitions.
The program helps students of all abilities succeed in science by making science fun and exciting. It is designed for students in grades 4 through 7; however, it can be adapted to include lower grade levels.
Each event, either competitive or non-competitive in design, meets the current National Science Standards, as well as the Science Standards set by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
► Official Science Olympiad website
► Official Science Olympiad manual
Presented by Karen Johnson and Don Antczak
Presented by David McCutcheon
Presented by Megan Melucci
Presented by Janet McCann
Presented by Science Olympiad, Inc.
Workshop on integrating Universal Design into STEM teaching, as a strategy for ensuring that students with disabilities and learning differences have access to STEM learning.