Final Report Instructions
All participating schools are required to submit a Final Report. The report should be a short report explaining what the students have learned from the project. If you choose to do a Power Point presentation, you can send the presentation to the Project Leader for publishing. Questions to think about while drafting the student's Final Report:
- What did you learn about genetics?
- What was your hypothesis? What conclusions did you reach?
- What did you learn from participating in this project?
Final reports can be submitted at any time to the Discussion area. In the subject line, please write “Final Report from Your School” (example: Final Report from Kennedy High School). Please include your school name, location, grade and subject area in the final report. Toward the end of the project, the project leader will select reports from the Discussion Area and post them in the Photo Gallery and Archives Area. We would like to publish final reports from students of all ages and grade levels.