The Publication Process
Description, with accompanying visual, of the steps involved in submitting a presentation to earthwiZe.org. These instructions will also re-enforce the importance the site places on presentations that are well though-out and crafted to engage a K-12 audience.
Setting up a science experiment
Carbon, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide interactions
Global warming indicators
Explaining hybrid car technology
Five key areas for innovation
Designing homes for efficiency
Great Lakes water management
Impacts of auto emission regulations
The EPA operational structure
Identify carbon footprint in lifestyles
Farming techniques in 3rd world countries
Resistance to recycling: the psychology of adoption
Telecommuting’s potential impact
How small farming subsidies work
The costs of developing alternative fuels
Bio-cycles: H2O, carbon, and nitrogen
Food chain dynamics
Redwood forest animal interrelationships
Who’s who in recycling in your neighborhood
Driving versus biking, versus walking
How to advocate for eco issues
My life by the shore’s edge
Winter in the mountains
Birds and earthworms
earthwiZe.org is still setting up an official submission process, complete with templates and other aides. If you'd like to get started now, GET the submission form, complete it (kids under 13, have an adult fill it out) and send it back to .
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Get the message out. You can download these earthwiZe postcards to give to friends, family, teachers, and everyone.
An Understanding of science
There are a number of basic principles that make good science. We encourage you to research the scientific method and apply its design principles to your experiment. All submissions should adhere, as best you can, to principles of solid investigation, detailed record keeping, logical assessment, a repeatable process and an open mnd.
For more on applying the scientific method to your experiment, Go check out the question and archive at the Newton website.
An Understanding with the World
Artist, writers, poets, singers, essayists and photographers...non-scientists contribute to our appreciation of the natural world. Their works of art and understanding can both entertain and challenge us and their expressions are essential to a complete dialogue about the world. earthwiZe.org encourages you to express your ideas and emotions about our relationship to the world.
It's all part of us and part of the website.
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