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This book's unique child-centered perspective provides an easy-to-follow model for teaching research methodology to children to participate actively in their own education.

Producing a Research Report
Producing a research report

Teaching Content for Session 11

Timing: 90 minutes + sufficient time to complete a research report.

Introduction

For pupils who have undertaken a research study which they have chosen, designed and carried out themselves, the dissemination process becomes particularly important because it enhances their sense of ownership and has a positive effect on confidence and self-esteem. Reporting can be done at several levels: a presentation to the pupil research group; a special assembly; a presentation to governing bodies or presentations on larger platforms such as conference venues. A formal report of the study (this can be in many forms other than a written report) helps package pupils' projects in a format which is easily adapted for different audiences such as dissemination ...

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