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Grow up, act your age and the midlife crisis! Opportunity for children to voice opinion

Discussion in 'Primary' started by AndyJakarta, May 4, 2016.

  1. AndyJakarta

    AndyJakarta New commenter

    Long time user, first time poster...

    As part of my dissertation research (to be undertaken 2016-17) I hope to find teachers who can collaborate with their pupils to explore attitudes towards different ages across the life course.

    The aim of my research is to investigate young people’s perceptions and stereotypes of ageing across the life course. The research will be mixed methods with the first stage being conducted via an online questionnaire and the second stage being focus groups of university students. The intended research will be undertaken via a web based survey, and could link to your school curriculum. All due ethical considerations will be addressed for teachers/schools who are interested. I am willing to adapt the questionnaire to support the pupil's needs, requirements and interests.

    Design, aims and use can be provided in discussion if you feel that this is something you would like to collaborate on.

    I have attached a link to a very short survey for those who would like to register their interest or find out more information: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PBJCQWF

    thanks,

    Andy
     

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