To all of you that recently joined our community, welcome! PowerLearn, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization and one of our main goals is to foster a collaborative scientific community as well as engage students in what they are learning. If you are new to PowerLearn, be sure to check out our science experiments which you can find on our site under the Explore Our Segments > Science Experiments tab or our YouTube channel youtube.com/c/powerlearnscience.
Posting in the forum:
Please remember to be respectful of al other in this forum. This is meant to be a safe, collaborative community.
What should I post?
Once you've become a member, tell us a bit about yourself! See the "Introductions" category for more information. What else you do on our forum page depends on you and what you hope to gain from our page!
If you are a parent:
You can use our forum to share the experimenting adventures you have with your children (under the Experiment Experiences category). Let us know which of our experiments are your favorite. Share pictures and stories about what experiments you did with your children. You can also discuss your ideas and concerns with other parents on our "For Parents" page.
If you are a teacher:
You can use our forum to share your experiment adventures and experiences with your students (under the Experiment Experiences category). Feel free to share pictures of your experiments and your experiences in general. You can also use the "For Teachers" page to discuss ways to incorporate science experiments and other engaging activities into your lessons.
If you are a student:
Share your experiment experiences on our "Experiment Experiences" forum category! Feel free to share pictures and stories about the experiment you did. What was the most surprising thing you learned? What was your favorite part of the experiment? If you have questions about any scientific topic, you can post it in the "Science Questions" category. Feel free to check out our other categories as well and consider taking part in our "Be A Scientist" challenge.
Have fun! I'm looking forward to hearing about you/your child/your students learning experiences!