- Factors to consider when developing classroom implementation
- What are your goals for your classroom implementation project?
- How will you know when you have met these goals?
- What, if anything, will need to be cut from your curriculum to allow time
for this project?
- TARGET POPULATION:
- Which classes and which students will be involved in this project?
- Will this be a project for the entire class or for a select group of students?
- How will you determine who will be involved in this project?
- RESEARCH QUESTION and RESEARCH DESIGN:
- What is your research question?
- What is/are your dependent variable(s)?
- What is/are your independent variable(s)?
- Describe your controls.
- When will your classroom implementation project begin?
- When will it be completed?
- How much in-class and out of class time will be required?
- What materials will you need for this project?
- How many sets of these materials will you need?
- What materials will you need to buy or borrow?
- Where will you get these materials?
- When will you need to order materials?
- CURRICULAR MATERIALS:
- Develop handouts for students that include introduction, purpose, materials,
procedure, data tables, etc.
- Are there any websites that your students will need to access?
- Which state standards
does this meet?
- DISSEMINATION PLANS:
- How will you and your students share with others what you have done?
- Will projects be completed by February 1, 2000 for inclusion in the next
edition of the Journal of Student Research Activities, or will you have
to wait until 2001?
- Will projects be ready for the June 2000 Poster Fair at CSUN?
- Will student use these projects in school, district, or county science
- Will you publish your information on a web site?
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