A block for S3 students to build up their Thinking, Equiry and Problem solving skills and to practice practical investigations and writing up reports including referencing using Harvard and Vancouver referencing.
Keith Johnson has written an amazing book which is being updated regularly. You can access free powerpoints here. I really hope that he doesn’t mind me reproducing one of them here, but pop along there for a whole list of useful powerpoints for all your classes, or for students to brush up on lots of Scientific skills.
Up until now when you’ve done a poster teachers have probably encouraged you to write very little, draw something eye-catching and maybe have a slogan. There is another kid of poster which is a scientific poster and that is very different.
In a scientific poster you need to get people to understand your
This means that your poster will have writing and often quite a lot, but if you can put the information is a graph or photo- as they say a picture tells a thousand words.
Here are some scientific posters from the kind Science Community at Scottish Universities and also some Science on Stage Posters made by teachers about their work in schools, you might recognise some of them.
Don’t worry if you don’t understand all the content, you are using them as an idea of layout and what you need to add in.
Template for your Scientific Poster
Please use the correct template for your class. You can change any part of the slide, except the header.