Scientific competitions are an excellent way for students to apply the abstract classes they study in the classroom. Not only will they be able to give real ideas to these ideas, but scientific competitions are also an excellent way to team building, communication, and teamwork. Regardless of whether you are working with students who face additional challenges or are students who need extra incentives to try harder in the classroom, science competitions can be great incentives.
There are many contests for students who attend your school. You can organize your own event at school or encourage your students to apply for local, regional or even national competitions. The most popular national sports competitions are organized by the US Department of Energy, ExploraVision and Siemens and often offer profitable scholarships for winning teams.
The Ministry of Education's Master's Degree is not just a traditional science fair but also a quiz-like competition. High school students and high school students ask questions on all disciplines. In addition to the "Jeopardy" section, there is a model fuel cell racing game. This Science Bowl is the only national competition supported by a government agency.
ExploraVision and Siemens competitions for K-12 students in the United States and Canada. They show the honor of science they know; teams compete against each other for American bonds and scholarships. More recently, ExploraVision has provided more information and Siemens has turned to green developments and ideas.