# Hello Faith Please find the continuation of the research work here. in the attachment. I have also attached the work done so far so it will guide you.

Hello Faith Please find the continuation of the research work here. in the attachment. I have also attached the work done so far so it will guide you.

Hello Faith Please find the continuation of the research work here. in the attachment. I have also attached the work done so far so it will guide you.
DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS Provide a brief overview of how this section is constructed. Data Analysis Procedure Explain in detail the steps and processes taken to analyze the data collected from the participants in the study. Describe the process that was used to analyze the data. Data analysis procedures can be framed relative to each research question or hypothesis. Data can also be organized by the chronology of phenomena, by themes and patterns, or by other approaches as deemed appropriate according to a qualitative study. Validity and Reliability Explain in detail how you will ensure that your results are both valid and reliable. Results Introduce the results section discussing how the results will be presented below. Descriptive Findings The use of graphic organizers, such as tables, charts, histograms, and graphs to provide further clarification and promote readability, is encouraged to organize and present coded data. Ensure this data cannot lead to anyone identifying individual participants in this section or identifying the data for individual participants in the data summary and data analysis that follows. For numbers, equations, and statistics, spell out any number that begins a sentence, title, or heading – or reword the sentence to place the number later in the narrative. In general, use Arabic numerals (10, 11, 12) when referring to whole numbers 10 and above, and spell out whole numbers below 10. There are some exceptions to this rule: if small numbers are grouped with large numbers in comparison, use numerals (e.g., 7, 8, 10, and 13 trials); but do not do this when numbers are used for different purposes (e.g., 10 items on each of four surveys). DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION Provide a brief overview of this section is constructed. Outcome Analysis Explain the conclusions of the data analysis. Typically, you will list each research question and then explain the outcome of your data analysis. Provide the “So What” from your data analysis. Learning Themes Reflect on the research themes, including the unintended/unexpected outcomes, what worked well, what worked less well, and any process you would conduct differently. Implications Based on the data collected, provide implications to improving professional practice. How can we use this data to improve education? What are our next steps now that we have this data? Where do we go from here? What should be researched next as a result of your study? Conclusion Summarize the major outcome and analysis of the project including the gaps that were uncovered providing insight into the relationship between the topic of the literature review and your overall finding.
Hello Faith Please find the continuation of the research work here. in the attachment. I have also attached the work done so far so it will guide you.