Complete the analysis by performing the following steps:

- Go to AnalyzeàDescriptive StatisticsàFrequencies.
- Observe the frequency of males and females.
- Create a chart as well as recording the numbers. Disregard “missing values” as this is data extraneous to the analysis; the SPSS system is only looking at the rows where there are comments.
- Go to AnalyzeàDescriptive StatisticsàFrequencies.
- To determine the years of teaching, move NUMBERYEARSTEACHING to the right box (Variable(s)).
- Select “Statistics,” and then make sure that mean, std. deviation, minimum, maximum, and range are checked.
- Click “Continue.” Then click “OK.” Values for the mean, standard deviation, minimum, maximum, and range will be provided to you in a single table. You will also be presented with information on the frequency of each response, but you probably will not use this if you have a lot of different answers. However, if you wanted to report your findings in groups, the frequency output will provide information for grouping. For example, you might want to report the number of teachers who taught fewer than 5 years versus the number who had taught 5 or more years. The frequency table would allow you to do this so that you would not have to count them by hand.

Submit the output tables and graphs with your summary write-up as described below.

*Write-up the Results*

Summarize the results of the data analysis. The summary should include a concise description of the following:

- The means to mitigate potential ethical issues surrounding to this study.
- The themes identified when analyzing the faculty comments about in-class disruptions.
- The demographics of the faculty participants based on the data collected from the SPSS analyses.