Welcome Research Teachers - District School Board of Collier ...

Welcome Research Teachers - District School Board of Collier ...

Florida State Science & Engineering Fair Adult Roles and Responsibilities Adult Sponsor Designated Supervisor Qualified Scientist IRB SRC Adult Sponsor Oversees project Completes Form 1 Checklist for Adult Sponsor Usually the science teacher

Designated Supervisor Supervises project when Qualified Scientist cannot directly supervise Animal Care Supervisor for animal projects Supervises projects using Hazardous Chemicals, Activities or Devices, completes and signs Form 3. Qualified Scientist Required for some projects

Doctorate/professional degree related to student research Completes Form 2 QS Form and Form 3 if applicable. Research sites Examples of nonregulated sites Home School Farm Ranch Field Hospitals and clinics may

or/may not be RRI's Examples of regulated site IACUC Review and Approval process Universities Government research agencies Private research laboratories / hospitals IRB (Institutional Review Board) Individual schools can have their own IRB Reviews human subject studies

Membership educator school administrator someone knowledgeable about evaluating risk: MD, PA, RN, psychiatrist, psychologist, licensed social worker (knowledgeable in the area of the research being evaluated) SRC (Scientific Review Committee) Review all PHBA, Vertebrate and HCAD projects BEFORE experimentation Review all projects just prior to competition Membership biomedical scientist (Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M., D.D.S., D.O.)

science teacher other members (These members cannot directly supervise project and be on SRC) Intel International Science & Engineering Fair 2019 Overview of Rule Changes Florida SSEF RSEF/SSEF/ISEF Reminders & Rule Changes Teams at RSEF, SSEF & ISEF will compete in the

category of their choice. The use of E.coli K-12 in projects requires prior SRC approval. NOTE: This is stricter than INTEL ISEF Rules/ Guidelines. Behavioral vertebrate projects are prohibited which include operant conditioning with aversive stimuli. NO BSL2 projects allowed in Junior Section. Florida SSEF RSEF/SSEF/ISEF Reminders & Rule Changes Projects involving non-human vertebrates require SSEF Mortality Form. No vertebrate animal deaths due to the experimental

procedures are permitted in any group or subgroup. Such a project will fail to qualify for competition. Any death which occurs must be investigated by an individual qualified to determine the cause of death, such as a veterinarian. The results of the investigation must be documented in writing. Florida SSEF RSEF/SSEF/ISEF Reminders & Rule Changes All animals must be monitored for signs of distress. Because significant weight loss is one sign of stress, weight must be recorded at least weekly with 15% being the maximum permissible weight loss or

growth retardation (compared to controls) of any experimental or control animal. . See Page 10, #6 ISEF Rules. Florida SSEF RSEF/SSEF/ISEF Reminders & Rule Changes Studies involving the decomposition of vertebrate organisms (such as in forensic projects) require a Risk Assessment Form 3. Human and other primate established cell lines and tissue cultures are to be treated as potentially hazardous biological agents. Plant and non-primate established cell lines and tissue culture collections do

not need to be treated as potentially hazardous biological agents. Florida SSEF RSEF/SSEF/ISEF Reminders & Rule Changes No batteries in drones at display. No QR codes at display. No expedited reviews for humans. Written permission for collection on private property and managed public lands. Florida SSEF

RSEF/SSEF/ISEF Reminders & Rule Changes No brand names, student produced or commercial logos or acknowledgements may be displayed on a project at RSEF/SSEF/ISEF. This includes brand names in the project title and/or abstract. A Project Summary is only required if the student makes a change in the procedures outlined in the students original Research Plan. Form 1C needed for locations outside home, field or school. New instructions/form on ISEF Form 1C. Florida SSEF Prohibited by SSEF

The use of wild-collected mushrooms is prohibited. Use of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE) or Klebsiella pneumonia Carbapenemase (KPC) producing bacteria and other related resistant microbes is prohibited. Sub-culturing from Microbial Fuel Cells is prohibited . unless work is conducted at a Regulated Research Institution. Florida SSEF Prohibited by SSEF No project involving emerging pathogens carried by arthropod (mosquitoes, flies, etc.) vectors

or water samples collected from the environment containing cyanobacteria may be conducted by Junior Division participants. Senior Division participants may conduct research on these subjects at Registered Research Institutions only when working with the RRIs collection. . Florida SSEF SSEF Fair Concerns Mentors must be aware of rules and rules must be implemented. IRB can be set up by schools Professionals must be in field of research. Students, teachers and all involved must become aware of risks while conducting research.

Florida SSEF Research Teachers and Fair Directors must become familiar with ISEF and SSEF Rules and Guidelines https://student.societyfors cience.org/international-ru les-pre-college-science-re search https://ssefflorida.com/ Florida SSEF Research Teachers and Fair Directors please

note that there is a SSEF Rules Supplement. https://ssefflorida.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/2018.19-SSEF-Rules-Su pplement.final_.pdf Form 1 is required of all projects. Form 1 is a fillable and savable form Make sure that areas pertaining to the project are indicated (checked). Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy.

Use current years form! Form 1A is required of all projects. Form 1A is a fillable and savable form Start dates are for the experimentation portion of the project. Florida SSEF Husbandry projects, experimentation date is established as the moment you take possession of the subject animal. Vertebrate projects, Any action

taken involving obtaining and setting up the experiment is included in experimental Research Plan is required of all projects. Rationale: Brief synopsis of the background that supports your research problem and explain why this research is important scientifically. Data Analysis: numbered steps. Please remember that Data Analysis is not a description of how data is to be displayed but an analysis of the

data collected. Bibliography: Please make sure to include required citations re L qu ist ire of m ! en ts Required items in research plan: Human subject, vertebrate, PHBA and HCAD projects require items listed at right in research plan.

Form 1B is required of all projects. Form 1B is a fillable and savable form Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Some projects require SRC approval before experimentation. Form 1C is required of projects conducted at RRI or industrial setting. Form 1C is a fillable and savable form Please make sure that all questions

are answered appropriately. Determination of requirement is established by SRC and rules/guidelines. Form 1C needed for locations outside home, field or school. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. This form should be dated after the completion of experimentation. o tw rm! w o Ne e F

g pa Form 2 may be required due to the nature of research. Form 2 is a fillable and savable form. Please make sure that all questions are answered appropriately. Determination of requirement is established by SRC/IRB and rules/guidelines. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate

Form 3 is required of most projects including vertebrate animals. Form 3 is a fillable and savable form Please make sure that all questions are answered appropriately. Make sure to list appropriate sources off safety information. Determination of requirement is established by SRC/IRB and rules/guidelines. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy.

Form 4 is required of all projects involving human subjects. Form 4 is a fillable and savable form. Level of risk is determined by the IRB. Determination of requirement is established by SRC/IRB and rules/guidelines. Florida SSEF If a student uses humans in their research a reference to the protection of human subjects, MUST be cited in their bibliography.

Signatures and dates in blue ink Form 4 requires review by an Institutional Review Board (IRB). An IRB requires at least three members not associated with students research in order to rule out a conflict of interest. Note that Specialist must have credentials in area being reviewed. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Form 4 & Rule Change An Expedited review is no longer valid.

Informed Consent Form is the recommended consent form for SSEF when IRB from Form 4 indicates this as a required document. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Florida SSEF Human Subject Verification of Informed Consent Form: required form at setup prior to judging, along with one

redacted copy (name and signature) of completed consent form, do not redact date and completed Form 4. Form used to verify that consent/assent form was obtained from each human subject. To be completed by adult sponsor and student researcher after experimentation. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not Form 5A is required of projects involving vertebrates conducted at school/home/field site.

Form 5A is a fillable and savable form Determination of requirement is established by SRC and rules/guidelines. Required of projects involving vertebrates at school or home. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Florida SSEF If a student uses vertebrates in their research a reference to vertebrate subject care MUST be cited in their bibliography. Florida SSEF Mortality Report is

required of all projects involving vertebrate animals, even if no deaths occurred. Form 5B is required of projects involving vertebrates conducted at Regulated Research Institution. Form 5B is a fillable and savable form Determination of requirement is established by SRC and rules/guidelines. Required of projects

involving vertebrates at registered research institutions. Form 6A is required of some projects. Form 6A is a fillable and savable form Level of risk must be determined, BSL-1 or BSL-2. Determination of requirement is established by SRC. Determination of BSL could be due to organisms, procedures or both. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Florida SSEF

JUNIOR CATEGORY MAY NOT SUBMIT BSL-2 PROJECTS. If a student uses PHBAs in their research a reference to the Form 6B is required of some projects. Form 6B is a fillable and savable form. Determination of requirement is established by SRC and rules/guidelines. Required of projects involving human and vertebrate tissue. Signatures and dates in

blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Guidelines for Biosafety Level 1 Laboratory Facilities & Operations. Required of projects involving PHBA at a Biosafety Level of 1. Determined by the completion of the risk assessment for PHBA, Form 6A. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate

original, not copy. Page ONE of 2. PAGE 1 Guidelines for Biosafety Level 1 Laboratory Facilities & Operations. Required of projects involving PHBA at a Biosafety Level of 1. Determined by the completion of the risk assessment for PHBA, Form 6A.

Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Page TWO of 2. PAGE 2 Guidelines for Biosafety Level 2 Laboratory Facilities & Operations. Required of projects involving PHBA at a Biosafety Level of 2. Determined by the completion of the risk assessment for PHBA, Form 6A.

Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. BSL 2 form not required for Page ONE of 3. projects at Registered Research Institute. PAGE 1 Guidelines for Biosafety Level 2 Laboratory Facilities & Operations.

Required of projects involving PHBA at a Biosafety Level of 2. Determined by the completion of the risk assessment for PHBA, Form 6A. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. BSL 2 form not required for Page TWO of 3. projects at Registered

Research Institute. PAGE 2 Guidelines for Biosafety Level 2 Laboratory Facilities & Operations. Required of projects involving PHBA at a Biosafety Level of 2. Determined by the completion of the risk assessment for PHBA, Form 6A. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate

original, not copy. BSL 2 form not required for Page THREE of 3. projects at Registered Research Institute. PAGE 3 Form 7 is required of some projects. Form 7 is a fillable and savable form Determination of requirement is established by

SRC and rules/guidelines. Required of projects which are a continuation of previous research. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. This form can be dated after the completion of experimentation. w Ne rm Fo

! Note Form 7 only has room for current year and 1 (one) previous year use additional forms for 2016-2017 or early project years. Multiple

forms Florida SSEF SSEF Fair Abstract is required of all projects. SSEF Fair Abstract is a fillable and savable form. Original will be reviewed and certified. This certified abstract is to be displayed vertically during checkin and judging. Signatures and dates in blue ink to indicate original, not copy. Florida SSEF Project Categories

SSEF Fair Categories ANIM 100 Animal Sciences BEHA 200 Behavioral and Social Sciences BMED 300

Biomedical and Health Sciences CMBI 400 Cellular/Molecular Biology &Biochemistry CHEM 500 Chemistry EAEV 600

Earth and Environmental Sciences ENMS 700 Engineering (Engineering Mechanics, Material Science, Embedded Systems) ENEV 800 Environmental Engineering

IMRS 900 Intelligent Machines, Robotics and Systems Software MACO 1000 Mathematics and Computational Sciences MICR 1100 Microbiology PHYS 1200 Physics & Astronomy

PLNT 1300 Plant Sciences THE DEATH OF COMMON SENSE When we are reviewing projects we often ask Did any adult really read this before approving the procedure? Please make sure the projects submitted adhere to the ISEF and SSEF rules. Please do not submit incomplete paperwork or a project that has not been critically reviewed by the research teacher before submission. We are more than happy to assist you with questions!

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