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  • Keeps students focused on their task
  • Entity: Background research on the specimen, the product, the chemical or item you plant to study.IV: S/F & Safely manipulateDV: How can changes best be observed, measured and recorded
  • Entity: Background research on the specimen, the product, the chemical or item you plant to study.IV: S/F & Safely manipulateDV: How can changes best be observed, measured and recorded
  • Entity: Background research on the specimen, the product, the chemical or item you plant to study.IV: S/F & Safely manipulateDV: How can changes best be observed, measured and recorded
  • Ok. At this point I’m going to assume you’re at least willing to entertain the idea that students should be allowed to do scientific inquiry at the highest levels. So let’s move onto the practical aspect of how you might implement student research. The first is to address the scientific method.
  • How do you want to divide the work? How can we get the most out of our time? Work in pairs? Work individually?
  • Day5

    1. 1. Implementing Research and Development into the High School Classroom Day Four…Yipee!!!!! July 11, 2013 Illinois State University WIP-5 Grant http://RandDforHS.wikispaces.com
    2. 2. Today  Dr. Norman LaFave  Erin Colfax (Skype Call)  Background Research & Note-taking (Ch. 3)  Descriptive Statistics (Ch. 7)
    3. 3. Harland, Darci J. (2011). STEM Student Research Handbook. Arlington: NSTA Press.
    4. 4. Page 54
    5. 5. Your CommitmentPage 36 Organizing Background Research Develop Research Questions
    6. 6. Your Commitment Entity Background on specimen, product, chemical or item to be studied; handling & caring
    7. 7. Your Commitment Entity Independent Variable Structure & Function Safely Manipulate
    8. 8. Your Commitment Entity Dependent Variable Independent Variable How can change best be observed, measured, and recorded
    9. 9. Your Commitment Entity Dependent Variable Connections between IV & DV Independent Variable Page 56 What is known about the connection of your 2 variables?
    10. 10. Page 55 Enter Resources in the order you find them
    11. 11. Your Commitment Entity Dependent Variable Connections between IV & DV Independent Variable Page 56
    12. 12. Page 51
    13. 13. Page 52
    14. 14. Lab Notebook Page 93 What’s in your notebook? What should we do with it?
    15. 15. Measures of Central Tendency Page 95 Mode Mean Median
    16. 16. Other Cool Descriptive Stats Page 99-101 Statistical Variations • Range • Interquartile Range Dealing with Outlier Data
    17. 17. Unit Plan
    18. 18. Challenges or activities in units throughout the year Stand alone research / engineering unit (2-4 weeks) Embedded into a course Summer school course Semester/Year-long course
    19. 19. Download in wiki: Curriculum Proposal Sample Research Unit Plan
    20. 20. What are your needs? For what research processes do you want supportive activities? Process oriented w/ your content slants
    21. 21. Lessons
    22. 22. Ch. 1 Beginning Ideas Ch. 2 Research Design Ch. 3 Background Research/Note Taking/Library Ch. 4 Hypothesis Ch. 5 Proposal (writing methods) Ch. 6 Lab Notebook Ch. 7 Descriptive Stats Ch. 8 Graphical Representation Ch. 9 Inferential Statistics Ch. 10 Documentation Ch. 11 Writing the Paper Ch. 12 Presenting the Research (final products)
    23. 23. Monday Fieldtrip to Hinsdale Central Think of questions you’d like to ask the teachers What will you ask the students?

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