Students research a whistleblower and take a position on whether he or she should be punished or pardoned.
Students research the importance of sleep and gather data on the sleep habits of peers to write a statistical report.
Students research the issue of obesity, gather data, and conduct a statistical analysis of quantitative data.
Students research academic articles that relate to three theories of poverty and apply the theories to a social policy.
Students use college and NFL quarterbacks’ throwing capabilities to study kinematics and write a report.
Students enter a fictional scenario in which they propose a method for moving a Ground Penetrating Radar up a pyramid.
Students observe the similarities and differences between the emission of spectra of incandescent and fluorescent lights.
Students explore the importance of osmotic balance for cells to function properly by conducting experiments.
Students conduct an experiment on the effectiveness of laundry detergent containing enzymes and write a lab report.
Students write a research paper describing the various aspects of a typical skeletal muscle fiber (cell).