BISV Research Journal(Spring)

Tuesday, January 2, 2024 - Wednesday, April 24, 2024
Co-Ed
Basis Independent Silicon Valley UPPER 1290 Parkmoor Ave San JoseCA  95126
Tuesday, January 2, 2024 - Wednesday, April 24, 2024
Co-Ed
Basis Independent Silicon Valley UPPER 1290 Parkmoor Ave San JoseCA  95126

BISV Research Journal(Spring)

Jan 02 - Apr 24 (Wednesday)

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Basis Independent Silicon Valley UPPER

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$50.00
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$50.00

Meeting Dates

From Jan 02, 2024 to Apr 24, 2024

Each Wednesday from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

About This Activity

Activity Organizer: Dr. Allendoerfer Email: ravena143@gmail.com Date: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month Time: 4:00 PM–5:00 PM Grades: 9–12 Description: This club will serve as the editorial board for a school-wide student research journal. Club members will be assigned roles to manage the papers, from design to article editing to peer review, based on their specialties. Students should ideally have experience with basic visual media tools, like Adobe Acrobat, Google Docs, and Microsoft Word. We will publish two issues of the journal online, in fall (November) and spring (April/May). The Fall edition will accept papers from independent research done over the summer and fall, including internships, competitions, and science fairs. The spring edition will focus on research done in Capstone classes but will also accept papers from independent projects done at any time, again including internships, competitions, and science fairs. Club members can also exercise their communication skills by reporting on interesting developments in their favorite field of study for the “News” section of the journal. Read our 2022-23 issues here: https://bisv-science-research-journal.square.site/ This research journal can give students a great opportunity to express their passion for independent research in STEM and the humanities, and along the way they can get a feel for the research process and the process of sharing their research. This club can also provide students with a fun and engaging group of like-minded peers where they can seek help with research projects, gain more knowledge and ideas for future research, and improve their communication skills. Ultimately, a high school journal club is a great way for STEM-oriented and research-oriented students to let their skills shine and display their knowledge.

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