Posted: February 28th, 2017
Reasoning: Discuss your reasoning for choosing this particular experimental design plan. A2c. Sequence of Events: Explain the sequence of events you will use to collect quantitative data. A2d. Tools, Technologies & Measurement Units: Describe the tools, technologies, and measurement units that will be used to collect quantitative data. A3. Variables: Explain and identify the dependent, independent, and controlled variables for your study. A4. Threat Reduction to Internal Validity: Explain what you will do to reduce the threats to internal validity. A5. Hypothesis: In the hypothesis section, explain how you came up with your hypothesis. • Include a clear statement of your hypothesis in your explanation.
B. Process of Data Collection: Explain the process of data collection (completed after the investigation is conducted) • Use appropriate photographs, tables, or diagrams to clearly show the data collection process. B1. Appropriate Methods: Discuss your use of appropriate methods, tools, and technologies to collect quantitative data. • Use appropriate measurement units to collect quantitative data.
C. Results: Explain the results of your experiment (completed after the investigation is conducted), including graphical representations (e.g., bar graph, line graph, pie chart, etc.) of the data collected. • Include appropriate measurement units in the graphical representations.
D. Conclusion: Provide a conclusion derived from your interpretation of the data. Include the following in your conclusion: D1. Confirmation of Hypothesis: Discuss whether your results confirm or refute your hypothesis. D2. Experimental Design as Key Factor: Explain why experimental design is a key factor in the success of the scientific inquiry. D3. Replication: Explain how your investigation can be replicated by someone else. D3a. Evaluation of Validity: Discuss how the replication of an experiment is an evaluation of validity.
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