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NWARSEF 2020 (redirected from NWARSEF 2019)

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The 2021 NWARSEF will be held Virtually from March 1-5, 2021

 

Students must complete and submit this form for their project by 9:00 pm on February 25, 2021:  https://forms.gle/a9rXHWTFoSJdAZGD6

 

Students must upload either a PowerPoint, Google Slides, or a PDF version of their presentation.  Videos are not required for 5th-8th grades.  If a HS student, grades 9th-12th, wants to compete for an ISEF placement, they must upload a 2 minute video.

 

This form allows for either a direct upload or provided link of their presentation and video.

 

  

The following counties are covered by the Intel ISEF-affiliated NWARSEF:

Baxter, Benton, Boone, Carroll, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Logan, Madison, Marion, Newton, Scott, Searcy, Sebastian, and Washington

  

Important Dates  NWARSEF Registration/Payment Links and Forms
Online Resources and Publications  ISEF Rules & Regs and Forms 
NWARSEF PreFair and Teacher Orientation Info  
2019 NWARSEF ISEF, Special Awards, and Category Winners  NWARSEF Schedule of Events 2020
NWARSEF Sponsors

 

 

The University of Arkansas Northwest Arkansas Regional Science and Engineering Fair's mission is to endorse STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) engineering and mathematics) literacy and increase STEM career awareness in northwest Arkansas for 5th-12th grade students and teachers through inquiry and problem/project-based learning. This effort will

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VisionThe NWARSEF vision is to improve STEM education by encouraging students - future scientists, technologists, mathematicians and engineers - to explore STEM disciplines through their own research and problem/project based learning, to apply the knowledge gained from their research, and to communicate their results.

 

Goals 

1.    Enlist University research faculty and graduate student mentors, as well as research related community leaders, in fostering 

a.   communication within the K-12 education community 

b.   access to pertinent K-12 problem/project-based education materials and resources 

2.    Encourage K-12 teachers by providing 

a.   education opportunities that focus on communication skills, independent scientific investigations, data analysis, research paper composition, and display preparation

b.   research materials and resources (online and on loan) for students, parents, and teachers

3.    Motivate K-12 students to pursue scientific undertakings through:  

a.   mentoring for intellectual rigor, creativity, and independence in scientific thinking 

b.   an annual forum for exhibiting student research projects that demonstrate scientific understanding, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills 

c.   recognition for student efforts through the public display of their work and rewards for excellence in the application of their research.

 

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