0n Tuesday, May 5th, students participated in Sea Cliff School’s first virtual science fair! During enrichment sessions with Mrs. Krupin, students learned how to investigate interest-based science topics and utilize the scientific method for experimental testing. Students created engaging presentations to communicate their research, experimentation, data, and scientific findings. Many fascinating and informative presentations have been posted to the SWES Google classroom for everyone to enjoy and discover! Throughout the month of May, students and community members are invited to explore and respond to the exceptional work of our student scientists.
Sea Cliff‘s principal, Mrs. Wojcik, shared, "I continue to be impressed with how Sea Cliff students rise to the challenge of distance learning! Their virtual science fair projects are thoughtful, comprehensive, and showcase the effort students took to engage in the scientific method. Well done, scientists!"
Dr. Carol Smyth, Director of Elementary Stem, added, congratulations to all on a terrific science fair! Under the guidance of Mrs. Krupin, the students had the opportunity to engage in authentic scientific inquiry at home. The students did an amazing job investigating topics which were of interest to them and sharing their projects in a range of ways including pictures, slide shows, and videos. Their work was incredibly impressive! Thanks to Mrs. Krupin for making distance learning a rich opportunity to engage kids in deep and meaningful science learning and creating an innovative way for the students to share their work!