How to prepare for Exhibition research

Here is a flow chart of how a typical research progresses:

How to do Research

  1. Plan, 2. Search For Information, 3.Take Notes, 4. Use the Information, 5. Report, 6. Evaluate.

Now that we have a common understanding of the process, you need to decide what type of research you are making, let’s head over to PBS KIDS LAB to learn about some of the options

PBS KIDS LAB is funded by a 5-year Ready To Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The Department requires all of its grant recipients to conduct research in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the materials and products that are created with the grant money. This section includes reports on all the research and evaluation studies that have been conducted to date on the PBS KIDS games and other learning resources that are on PBS KIDS LAB.

 

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