How to... Write up your research: Some tips to get you startedDate: 01.08.2013
The How to... guides are currently unavailable.;Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be contacted as soon as they become available again.;One of a series of Research in Schools "How to" guides, designed to help practitioners run research projects in education;Writers block? Not sure where to start? Writing up a research report can be a daunting prospect, but this simple, succinct, easy-to-read guide takes you through some of the main questions and concerns you might have. Indeed, thinking about your report and how you want to present your findings should be done at the planning stage.;This guide not only provides you with tips to get you started on your report, it also takes you through each stage of development, highlighting what your report should contain. It is handy as a checklist to ensure you have covered everything and helpful to distinguish how you present your qualitative and quantitative data. Putting your evidence into charts, graphs, tables, diagrams and more, helps to get your message across clearly.;Written by NFER researchers, this guide will ensure your methods of research are based on professional guidance.