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Pages and Files
Calendar and Updates
Competition Schedules & Info
Roster and Volunteer Schedule
What is Science Olympiad?
Careers in Science
Strategies for Success
Anatomy - Digestive/Excretory???
Disease Detective - Environmental Quality?
Dynamic Planet - Glaciers
Keep the Heat
Meterorology (Everyday Weather)
Reach for the Stars
Rocks and Minerals
Rotor Egg Drop
Sounds of Music
Write It Do It
Anatomy - Digestive and Respiratory
Disease Detectives (Food Borne Illness)
Dynamic Planet (Earth's Fresh Waters)
Meteorology (Climate Change)
Storm the Castle
Events from prior years
Anatomy (Respiratory, Muscular)
Can't Judge A Powder
Dynamic Planet (Earthquakes & Volcanoes) 2010
Ecology (Tundra, Taiga)
Meteorology (Everyday Weather) 2010
Meteorology (Severe Storms) 2011
Science Crime Busters
Feedjit Live Blog Stats
Be prepared to work and work hard! Stay on task. Bring rules, study binder, pencils, plan of action to every meeting. Your binder should include: rules, vocabulary list, check list for competition and checklist for kit or supplies needed for competition.
National Science Olympiad Event Information
Science Olympiad Student Center
- event pages, images, and forum
Your event page on this wiki
tools and lab kits as appropriate
Review National Science Olympiad Student Prep Sheet
Vocabulary – flash cards, word games, develop a vocabulary list in your binder
Refine Notes – look at format parameters
Review links – Each event has a page on the wiki, watch for updates regularly on our wiki, other team wikis, and scioly.org wiki
Find new resources – online texts, youtube/video instruction, various wikis
test taking strategies
Quiz your partners
Binder check – organized? Complete? What’s missing
Review other team sites - amazing info, tests, more!!!!!!!
By now, event responsibilities/break out should be established
Who is responsible for learning which parts of the problem??? By section? By topic? By study strategy?
assigned to event team members? Who is better at which aspects of the event?
Scribe, rule/focus keeper, resource manager...
timeline, milestones, break down
Plan additional meeting times!! Homework commitments!!!
Query experts. Who can help you learn this?
Are your resources in order? Replacements needed?
READ YOUR PROBLEM Rules
builds - build, test, refine. Keep a log of your project:
Download these tests
Watch the clarifications:
Check out these Flashcards, many Science Olympiad event sets:
Study your competition on You Tube Scioly.org images and at Invitationals!
help on how to format text
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