research results

research results

research results

Explain the results and show how they help to answer the research questions posed in the Introduction. Evidence does not explain itself; the results must be presented and then explained.
• Factual statements supported by evidence. Short and sweet without excess words
• Present representative data rather than endlessly repetitive data
• Discuss variables only if they had an effect (positive or negative)
• Use meaningful statistics
• Avoid redundancy. If it is in the tables or captions you may not need to repeat it

Sculpt lesson plans from scaffolded instruction and immerse students in small group sessions that fit like a glove.
Learning to read is an excursion into the unknown. It’s about meeting challenges head-on and gaining confidence with each victory. Preparing students for this voyage requires a program that lets teachers introduce the right discoveries at the right time. When things begin to line up, you can see confidence start to shine in students’ eyes. Journeys is a comprehensive K-6 English language arts program. It provides an instructional system for reading both literature and informational texts, for acquiring foundational skills, and for developing mastery of speaking, listening and writing.

Research results
This page provides plain language summaries of a few of the studies that NCCIH has supported or conducted. For more information, see this full list of published NCCIH-funded research studies in PubMed.
NCCIH funds a wide variety of research studies, primarily focusing on three areas: mind and body practices, natural products, and pain. We also conduct research at the National Institutes of Health laboratories in Bethesda,В Maryland.

Research results
13th March 2017
20th March 2020

Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, California 94720-7320: e-mail: [email protected]
Annual Review of Psychology

Research results
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The Legal Affairs Office of the University of Luxembourg (UL) coordinates the valorisation process of the research results by giving an administrative and legal support to the researchers of the University.
According to the national law, all researchers who decide to valorise an innovative result, coming from their scientific work, must declare it to their employer.

Research results
As this Wordle demonstrates it is not a simple matter to assess how much influence particular people, ideas, products or organisations have on others or the ways in which that happens. When thinking about impact the researcher should identify potential users and stakeholders, articulate a clear understanding of the context and needs of users, consider ways for the research to impact on these needs and think about existing engagement with relevant end users. In this context, it should be remembered that research led teaching is a measure of impact and this can be clearly assessed by the clarity of conclusions to aid learning and the provision of case studies and examples.
Engaging with impact means that it becomes the responsibility of the researcher to ensure the maximum visibility of their research using a variety of methods to disseminate the findings of the research. This will be through the published literature which will result in Bibliometrics being applied but a researcher should also employ other means open to them such as Open Access Publishing, the use of Social Media, Altmetrics and Data Sharing.

At Wilson, we align the content of our programs to Orton-Gillingham principles of instruction and the science of reading. We do so because this helps to ensure the success of the educators using Wilson programs to teach individuals with diverse learning abilities to read.
The research-validated and successful Wilson Reading System® is the basis for the Fundations® and Just Words® programs. Evidence of quality and impact on student success have led to endorsements of all three programs by independent reviewers and organizations, including state departments of education.

These short papers have been written to improve the awareness and accessibility of the results from NSW DPI run research trials in the region.
In many cases the research that is reported will prompt more questions and we encourage you to contact the authors to discuss any of these queries.


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