Pаrt 1: Oрtіоn A (4,500 words) If you have carried out an inquiry into your practice or conducted research in your worksite, then this part of the assignment is a final report, which should include: the educational context where the project has been conducted e.g. relevant information about your work context and coparticipants in the project (Introduction) the purposes and justification of the project, that is, what you aimed to do and why (e.g. learning objectives/outcomes) (Aim and Significance) the theoretical underpinnings of your project (Literature Review) a brief report on the enacted project (what you actually did and how students/colleagues/community members responded) (Methodology and Presentation of Findings/Results) discussions of critical incidents, key data, illustrative examples (Discussion) insights, conclusions and implications (Conclusion) (NB: where information has been copied or drawn from the previous two assignments (first four dot points in particular), it will not be entirely reassessed; the information provided for the first four dotpoints should be a revision and embellishment of assignment 1 based in particular on feedback provided and updated information as the literature review and methodology sections have developed during the course of the project; this can extend the total word count for Part 1 of assignment 3 to 8,000 words. Part 2 of assignment 3 can be incorporated into the final two dot points making the end product a report of 9,000 words in total, of which 6,000 words are assessable.) Part 2: (800 words) Part 2 of Assignment 3 is a critical reflection on what you have learned from the project. It is similar in nature to Assignment 2 but is a final evaluative report on the enactment of your proposed project. It should include how you have chosen the topic(s)/question(s), how you made the decision on the methodology, and the critical moments in the project. If you were to do the project again, would you do it in the same way and why? In other words, what you have learned from the process. What are your plans for implementation of the findings or product?