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Thinking Skills
Science Skills: Being Flexible
Is your brain flexible? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Using Your Senses
Find out more about the importance of observation in science.
Science Skills: Thinking Objectively
Learn more about the importance of objectivity when making scientific observations.
Science Skills: Understanding Bias
How can you identify bias? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Using Logic
Learn how to use logic to go from the known to the unknown here.
Science Skills: Boosting Your Memory
Learn some tips for increasing your memory here.
Science Skills: Improving Your Study Habits
Do you have good study habits? Learn more about the importance of good habits here.
Science Skills: Reading a Science Textbook
What is the best way to read a science textbook? Find the answer here.
Experimenting Skills
Science Skills: Safety Rules!
What do you need to know about safety? Learn more here.
Science Skills: Doing a Lab Write-Up
A lab write-up form is a handy way to keep track of your progress at every step of an investigation. Learn more about lab write-ups here.
Science Skills: Understanding Variables
Learn more about variables here.
Science Skills: Working with Hypotheses
Find out more about the first step in scientific experiments.
Science Skills: Designing an Experiment
Do you know what you will need to conduct an experiment? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Using the International System of Units (SI)
Do students in the United States use the same system of measurement that students in other countries use? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Measuring
Learn more about measuring here.
Researching Skills
Science Skills: Choosing Your Topic
How should you go about choosing a topic for a research paper? Find some tips here.
Science Skills: Organizing Your Research
Learn more about organizing your research here.
Science Skills: Finding Useful Sources
Identify methods for finding research sources here.
Science Skills: Researching on the Web
What problems will you face if you do your research on the World Wide Web? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Identifying Bias
How can you identify bias in scientific writing? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Taking Notes
Learn some tips for taking notes here.
Communicating Skills
Science Skills: Science Writing
Is science writing different from other types of writing? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Science Drawing
What is the importance of drawing in science? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Using Models to Communicate
Use models to explain scientific events or principles.
Science Skills: Introduction to Graphs
There are several different types of graphs. Which one should you use? Learn more here.
Science Skills: Grasping Graphing
Learn more about creating different types of graphs here.
Science Skills: Interpreting Your Data
Learn to identify hidden patterns while interpreting data.
Science Skills: Recognizing Bias in Graphs
Can graphs be biased? Find the answer here.
Science Skills: Making Data Meaningful
Learn more about mean, mode, median, and range here.
Science Skills: Hints for Oral Presentations
Learn how to create and organize an oral presentation here.
 
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