The discussion section is a framing section, like the Introduction, which returns to the significance argument set up in your introduction. So reread your introduction carefully before writing the discussion; you will discuss how the hypothesis has been demonstrated by the new research and then show how the field's knowledge has been changed by the addition of this new data. While the introduction starts generally and narrows down to the specific hypothesis, the discussion starts with the interpretation of the results, then moves outwards to contextualize these findings in the general field. The Discussion section is sort of an odd beast because it is here where you speculate, but must avoid rambling, guessing, or making logical leaps beyond what is reasonably supported for your data.
Pros and Cons of Heterogeneous Grouping in Classrooms
Definition and Purpose of a Heterogeneous Class
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Career-Oriented Performance Tasks in Chemistry: Effects on Students' Critical Thinking Skills
Two-dimensional materials have emerged as promising candidates to augment existing optical networks for metrology, sensing, and telecommunication. Their crystal structure naturally lends themselves remarkable flexibility to be conformally transferred and "glued" onto arbitrary bulk semiconductor substrates by van der Waal forces. This offers a simple approach to construct heterogeneous photonic architectures, which is currently challenging for silicon-based photonics integrated with germanium and III-V semiconductors due to mismatched lattice constants and thermal properties.
The practice of assigning mixed groups of students to shared classrooms stems from the education precept that positive interdependence develops when students of varying achievement work together and help each other reach educational goals. A teacher may deliberately pair low-, medium-, and high-level readers as measured by reading assessments together in a heterogeneous group to read and analyze a given text together. This type of cooperative group can improve outcomes for all of the students as the advanced readers can tutor their lower-performing peers. Rather than putting gifted students, average students, and special-needs students in separate classrooms, school administrators may divide students into classes with a relatively even distribution of abilities and needs. Teachers may then further divide the group during instructional periods using either the heterogeneous or homogeneous model.