Bullying In School: What did you learn; How did what you learned add to your existing knowledge (improve, add or change); Why is what you learned important

You are off to a good start. Make sure your final Chapter is your strongest. Include all these elements:

Introduction

The introduction contains:

A. A brief introduction to the chapter

B. A description of the purpose of the chapter

C. A description of how the chapter fits into the overall dissertation manuscript

D. The organization of the chapter

Summary of Findings

1. Interpretation of findings

(Answer research Question, explain results, unexpected results)

2. Comparing findings to literature

3. Implications of findings: What did you learn; How did what you learned add to your existing knowledge (improve, add or change); Why is what you learned important

Conclusion

1. Summarize the entire project:

· What you set out to do (purpose),

· What you did (methods),

· What you found (results) – here you are affirming your reasoning through the thesis and the evidence accumulated

· What new questions do you have.

2. Recommendations: Based on what you learned what recommendations do you have for leaders, followers, and future studies. Also what recommendations do you have to investigate issues not supported by the data but which, in the researcher’s opinion, are related to the study, would cast light on this study or on the relevant theory and research, and which ought to be followed up.