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Scientific Method

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Application of the Scientific Process
From teachersdomain.org, produced by NOVA
This interactive activity adapted from NOVA provides students a way to gain a more accurate understanding of how science is done. Two videos, which feature the work of renowned scientists Percy Julian and Judah Folkman, demonstrate that while scienti... [more]
August 14, 2010 at 12:08 PM
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The Chemistry of Crime Solving
From discoveryeducation.com
The forgery of Mormon documents is examined using forensic science. The chemistry of ammonia and ink is duplicated to show how the documents were made to look old. Great for kids to see how science can be used in daily life.
October 13, 2010 at 11:07 PM
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Kary Mullis Celebrates the Experiment
From ted.com, produced by TED
Biochemist Kary Mullis talks about the basis of modern science: the experiment. Sharing tales from the 17th century and from his own backyard-rocketry days, Mullis celebrates the curiosity, inspiration and rigor of good science in all its forms. Kary... [more]
July 11, 2010 at 07:11 PM
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Turning Points in History - Scientific Revolution
From YouTube
After thousands of years of attributing all cause and effect to "magic" scientists decide to try a different method. In the 17th century, European thinkers started to invest their studies which lead to the scientific revolution. Scientific revoluti... [more]
February 26, 2012 at 09:46 PM
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The Scientific Method with Tim and Moby
From mcgraw-hill.com, produced by BrainPOP
Learn how to think and solve problems like a scientist when Tim and Moby explore scientific methods in this BrainPOP movie. A quiz is also included with this link.  (approximate run time 2:00)
May 31, 2012 at 11:59 AM
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Scientific Methods - by StudyJams
From scholastic.com, produced by Scholastic
Scientists are always working to better understand the world.  They use the scientific method to help.  The scientific method includes making observations, developing hypotheses, designing experiements, collecting data, and then drawing conclusions. ... [more]
May 15, 2011 at 12:16 AM
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What Went Wrong? - Using the Scientific Method
From YouTube, produced by Ignite! Learning
Will Jared win the Central High Science Fair? First he'll have to nail down the key rules of scientific method. Some of the key vocabulary words defined in this video are experiment, measurement error, calibrate, beaker, variables, conclusions, conve... [more]
May 14, 2011 at 02:41 PM
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The Scientific Method Rap - Middle School Science Project
From youtube.com, produced by Mike Petty
This video contains the steps of the scientific method in a fun rap designed by a science and technology class at the 8th grade level. (1:13)
April 19, 2013 at 08:45 AM
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How Scientists Work: Scientific Method's Five Steps
From howstuffworks.com, produced by Discovery
This five minute video explains the scientific method and how experiments are used. A teacher should have a handout to accompany this video that has the five steps and ask the students to use it. 04:42.
September 12, 2010 at 11:04 PM
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What Went Wrong?
From gamequarium.org, produced by Ignite Learning
A short animated video from Ignite! about the scientific method.  Jarod is having some problems getting ready for the science fair.  He needs to measure carefully, calibrate his instruments, define his measurements correctly, control his variables, d... [more]
April 17, 2010 at 05:16 PM
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WanderingJosh on 08/16/2012 06:03 AM wrote:

Thought it focuses on life-science lab research, I think this likely has relevant lessons for scientists of all stripes -  check out Labguru's 5 Top Rookie Student Mistakes in the Lab. Thanks!