Schmahl science workshops
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We assume that children are more likely to learn when their ideas are nurtured through the fun of planning and executing an experiment. Our workshops give students the opportunity to discover and innovate what motivates them, as well as gain the skills they need to succeed in all aspects of their lives.
We do kid-friendly research! We do it by hand, and they understand. For those who already understand, we tutor students in research projects and have full lab facilities. We are science evangelists to children, teachers, and government officials!
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Schmahl Science Workshops is a non-profit organization that fosters a love of science in pre-K through 12th grade students by bringing together students, parents, teachers, scientists, and academic and industry professionals. A group of four children founded the company in 1996…
Schmahl Science Workshops is a non-profit organization that fosters a love of science in pre-K through 12th grade students by bringing together students, parents, teachers, scientists, and academic and industry professionals. We started as a group of four children and their parents in 1996, and we now offer an unrivaled variety of hands-on science workshops.
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On Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, at Daniel Lairon Elementary School in San Jose, Calif., Justin Nguyen, 8, and Jasmine Phan, 8, respond during a Schmahl Science Workshop (SSW) on air pressure and the Bernoulli Theory led by Dr. Youssef Ismail. (Staff/LiPo Ching)
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UPDATED: October 12, 2016 at 11:04 a.m. | PUBLISHED: December 4, 2012 at 5:39 a.m.
Youssef Ismail, with his gray hair, mustache, and rainbow-colored lab coat, resembles a mad scientist.
He told the perplexed students, “No, it isn’t.” “Noon is when the sun is at its highest point in the sky,” according to the scientific description. “I’m always going to say good morning,” he said on a recent fall day, despite the fact that it wasn’t until 1:20. And that is the first lesson of the day for this visiting scientist, which will be packed with hands-on experiments that will test the students’ theories about the world around them.
Ismail is an instructor with Schmahl Science Workshops, a traveling science program that started in a San Jose garage by a mother whose daughter had little interest in science and now serves 32,000 mainly disadvantaged and underprivileged students at 150 schools from South San Francisco to Gilroy.
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Schmahl Science Workshops (SSW) started in a garage in 1996, like many other Silicon Valley start-ups. SSW also offers exciting and interactive science workshops to 150 Bay Area schools each year, supporting 32,000 students who do not have the means to include science as a daily part of their curriculum.
Over 600 original science lesson plans that follow Common Core/Next Generation Science Requirements have been developed and extensively recorded by SSW. The lesson plans are supplemented by contextual and inspiring essays that assist SSW instructors in fusing exciting historical meaning with the joy of learning. Each grade level has an average of 30 hands-on workshops in the classroom program. 32 workshops are related to 96 pieces of children’s literature in preschool. As students study foundational science principles, the literature offers context information, vocabulary, and excitement. Not only does the elementary curriculum relate science principles to grade level requirements, but it also connects workshops to language arts. Workshops for middle and high school students assist science teachers by bringing in workshops at key points during each unit of science instruction and providing students with hands-on experiences and experiments that are not otherwise accessible.