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Hypothesize  --->  Conduct  --->  Analyze  --->  Compare  --->  Conclude

V.   Image of a bookDetermine a Conclusion

1.) Once students analyze the findings from the participating classes, they use this information to form their conclusions.

Example: In the previous example, students from New Jersey and Japan disproved their original hypothesis because they found the same organism, i.e. "Cyclops" ~ Mizinko.

2.) With your neighbor, try and answer these questions:
  • How does this project use the power of the Internet?
  • How does this project augment a traditional lesson?
  • What implementation barriers might exist?
  • How could you implement this project in a one-computer classroom.

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