Final Report Instructions
All participating schools are required to submit one Final Report. The report should be a short report explaining what the students have learned from the project. We would appreciate your limiting the letters to one per school. If possible, have different classes combine their letters into one; having separate paragraphs for each class would be fine. If this is inconvenient, please make sure each class distinguishes itself in the subject area.
Questions to think about while drafting your Final Report:
- What was something new that you learned?
- How did you interpret your results?
- What conclusions did you reach?
- What would you do differently next time?
Check the Project Questions page for additional suggestions. The report does not have to be long, one or two paragraphs would be sufficient.
Final Reports can be submitted at any time to the Discussion Area. In the subject line, please write "Final Report from Your School" (example: Final Report from Kennedy Middle School). Please include your school name, location, grade and subject area in the Final Report.
Toward the end of the project, the project leader will select reports from the Discussion Area and post them in the Student Area. We would like to publish final reports from students of all ages and grade levels.