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Evaluations—Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

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The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF1) is the world’s largest pre-college science fair competition. Each year, approximately seven million high school students from around the world compete in local science fairs. The winners of these fairs move up to regional, state, and national contests, ultimately earning the opportunity to compete at the Intel ISEF. This extraordinary event provides students with the opportunity to present original research and inspiring inventions as they vie for millions of dollars in awards and scholarships.

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Pilot Study: Science Fair Evaluation Framework-2013-2014 Report (PDF, 2.3 MB) 

To better understand what drives the youth towards and off STEM careers, Intel together with EUN (network of 30+ MoEs) has designed and carried out the pilot implementation of the first European Science Fair Evaluation Framework. The project is the result of over two years in consultation with science fairs directors and STEM professionals from all over Europe.

 

Select EU Science Fairs

 

 

European Schoolnet

 

 

April 2014

 

Case Study: Catalyzing Involvement in Student Research (PDF, 266 MB)
Case study analysis of science research programs in Costa Rica, Ireland and Marlborough, Massachusetts consisting of interviews of leaders, supporters and students with analysis of supporting documents to describe multiple approaches to systemic implementation of student research programs.

Intel ISEF

ASU & Intel

April 2013

Report: Science Fairs, Inquiry, and Project-Based Learning (PDF, 600 KB)
Reviews results from a survey of Intel® Educator Academy participants.

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF)

 

College of Teacher Education and Leadership, Arizona State University

 

August 2006

 

Report: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2005 Evaluation Report

(PDF, 594 KB)
Presents findings from a wide-ranging study of the 2005 Intel ISEF, including surveys of and interviews with students, teachers, judges, and finalists.

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF)

College of Teacher Education and Leadership, Arizona State University

August 2005

Intel in Education—Evaluations

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