1Question

Share Results micro-lesson

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An important part of the scientific process is to share results. Results are what you found in your experiment. They paint a picture of what you found that is free from theories and commentary about your findings. Result should involve reporting data, this is information collected during the experiment, and will usually be in numerical form. This means with numbers. Results should show the effect of your independent variable on your dependent variable. It can be useful to share the raw data you collected. These are the actual measurements you took, but it is also useful to perform statistical analysis such as showing averages and presenting your data in graph form. For example, I did an experiment to show the germination rate of seeds with and without music. I recorded the number of seeds that germinated with music and the number of seeds that germinated without music.

Kids earn more screen time by answering fun educational questions.

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• Results are where you...

1) report data
3) make predictions
4) discuss what went well in an experiment.
• Results are...

1) the findings in an experiment.
2) the research question.
3) what you did in an experiment.
4) guesses of what you think will happen in an experiment.
• Results can include...

1) raw data and any statistical analysis.
2) just raw data.
3) just statistical analysis.
4) predictions.
• Results show the effect of...

1) the independent variable on the dependent variable.
2) the dependent variable on the independent variable.
3) the independent variable on controls.
4) the controls on the independent variable.

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