EXPLORE Table of Contents
Hypothesize  --->  Conduct  --->  Analyze  --->  Compare  --->  Conclude

IV. Image of the worldCompare the Results

1.) Students compare their findings via e-mail and class web pages.

2.) Students then use this data/information to compare the results in order to determine if organisms are the same around the world

Unique & Compelling: There is no other way students could collaborate together with schools from around the world and compare the results from a common experiment.

Example: Students from Japan attached a camera to a microscope and posted the pictures to a class web site.

Students from New Jersey found a similar organism. Click the links beneath the picture to the right to see what they found.

Japan New Jersey

3.) Continue on to read how students form their conclusions . . .




BACK to Analyze the Data NEXT to Determine a Conclusion
  Introduction Background
Connections Review