Abstracts for GLE Student Research Projects Due 30 June


A message to Teachers: If your students are planning to attend the GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) in New Delhi, India, in August and are presenting a research project, we need your abstract no later than 30 June 2014.

See details below.

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ABSTRACT TITLE IN ALL CAPS AND BOLD
Student First Name Last Name, Student First Name Last Name
School Name, School City Country

Teacher First Name Last Name, Title

Abstract:

Grade Level:

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Notes:
    •    List student names alphabetically by last name.
    •    Teacher's name should be followed by title (for example: Mary Smith, Middle School Science Teacher).   
    •    An abstract is a description of your project. Please state in 200 words or less.
    •    Regarding grade levels, please use the following: Primary (grades 1-5) or Secondary (grades 6 - 12).

Send to both:
iesindia@gmail.com   (our hosts in India)
communications@globe.gov  (The GLOBE Program Office)

Your adherence to the deadline is critical. Please submit by 30 June so that your research abstract can be included in the GLE Program.

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See an example, below:

CLIMATE CHANGE AND MOSQUITOES AT RUSHMORE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Stephan Daniels, Megan Peters, Paul Lindsey, Irene Grant
Rushmore Middle School, Houston, Texas, USA
 
Rosemary Cross, Middle School Science Teacher
 
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to test the relationship between climate change and diseases carried by mosquitoes. Students from Rushmore Middle School monitored weather using GLOBE Atmosphere protocols and pond and stream conditions using GLOBE Hydrology protocols. We then did independent experiments using mosquito eggs and larvae to better understand how factors like air and water temperature, water pH, larval concentration, light and water type affected mosquito hatching and growth.
 
Grade Level: Secondary



News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office


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