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reporting

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Reporting

Summarise the following:

- Recruitment process

- Participant profiles

- Information gathered

- Impact on the original thinking

- Changes that will be made

 

Retrieved March 30, 2006 from: http://enhancinged.wgbh.org/process/evaluation/focus.html

 

 

The reporting process may involve a formal written report, but it can additionally take the form of an informal debriefing meeting. The choice depends on your audience who could range from focus group participants, to financial stakeholders who are interested in the findings of the evaluation study.

 

A formal report may be preferred by educational stakeholders, whereas an informal debriefing about the main findings of the focus group studies would be better suited for focus groups involving students.

 

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