Course resources – Involving Children and Young People in Research and Consultation

Involving Children and Young People in Research and Consultation

Course Resources

People – Kay Tisdall and Susan Elsley ( http://www.susanelsley.com/)

Programme ICYP Programme 2016 (pdf)

Resources

Resource list – Knowledge Exchange 2016

Resources for undertaking research with disabled children and young people (pdf)

Reading List Involving Children and Young People 2016 (pdf)

www.youngdigital.net Young Digital has advice, guidance, case studies, audio, videos and slideshows about how digital media can be used in research

Opportunities for further study and networking

Further CPD, MSc, join the CRFR research network, CRFR international conference 2016

Course assessment

Past students have allowed us to share their assessments and feedback comments. Please be aware that all submitted assessments can be put through an ‘orginality’ checker and that plagiarism is a serious academic offence.

Sample work: Student A blog 1, Student A blog 2, Student B blog 1, Student B blog 2, Student B assessment, Student C blog 1, Student C blog 2. (pdf)

Involving children & young people in research and consultation – assessment details 2016 (pdf)

Top Tips – These tips for research and consultation with children and young people were compiled and edited by Michael Gallagher from responses to an email-shot in October 2004 and updated in 2007. This is a fantastic resource, and we would like to extend a big thank-you to all those who freely volunteered their advice. Top tips for research and consultation with children and young people (pdf)

Videos, reflections and transcripts

Notes on the video clips

Transcript of video clip Gill and Alexandra

Gill and Alexandra 1 (intro)

Gill and Alexandra 2 (important people)

Gill and Alexandra 3 (what makes a good friend)

Gill and Alexandra 4 (people from other countries)

Gill and Alexandra 5 (languages and sport)

Gill’s reflections

Gill’s Interview Tool

Transcript of video clip Mike and Iona

Mike and Iona 1

Mike and Iona 2

Mike and Iona 3

Mike and Iona 4

Mike’s reflections


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