Educator Guide: Research in Brief
About this guide
The “News in Brief” section of this issue summarizes new research in “Extreme gas loss dried out Mars," “Thinning ice creates undersea greenhouses in the Arctic," “Food odors entice tired brains” and “More brain differences seen between girls, boys with ADHD” (10.5 readability). In this guide, students will also explore scientific research conducted by high school students from around the world and develop original ideas for potential research projects. The steps required for building a research question and a testable hypothesis will be covered.
This Guide Includes:
Surveying student research
Science News as research inspiration
Using Science News to develop a research question and hypothesis
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