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Report Element Conclusion


Contents / Things to consider...


Explain what conclusions can be drawn from your results – did the intervention appear to work? If not, have you any ideas why not? Mention any relevant research (e.g. as described in your introduction) that supports your conclusion. Explain whether, on the basis of your experience in this project, your intervention might be further improved? What else, if anything, would you have done differently, now you have completed your project (e.g. the location and extent of your research, etc.)? What suggestions do you have for further useful (action) research?


Referencing ensures that you credit any, and all, sources of information that you use in your report.


References It also enables others to


check these sources and to critically evaluate your interpretation and argument. The most common convention in research reports is to use Harvard Referencing.


Appendices


Data collection forms (blanks) Ethics / consent forms Raw results (e.g. samples of completed questionnaires) NB/ make sure that personal data is blanked out.


Different report types


As outlined in this guide, you can present your report in a wide variety of forms. For example, you could write it, using text and graphics/ charts. Alternatively, you could create a multimedia presentation, (such as a Prezi) or an online noticeboard (such as a Padlet), e.g. with embedded audios, files and/ or links to further research findings.


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