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Day 1 - Doing Background Research
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Learning Objective:

Today you will learn about your subject (e.g. the biological structure you are observing) and the scientific tools (e.g. MRI and image processing) you will use to study the structure.


Scientific Methodology:

Doing background research has two main steps:

  1. Review biology, MRI, and imaging materials from Today's News on the Chickscope website or off the CD-ROM.
  2. Look at examples of how to read and interpret MRI.
  3. Start on your literature research. (This could include looking up Scratchings by students in other Chickscope classrooms.)
Activities:
  • Review the three MRI introductions from the Chickscope tutorial.
  • Supplemental activities might include slicing hard-boiled eggs by middle school students and a review on magnetism by high school students.



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