OTHER INTERNET CASE STUDIES
OTHER CASE STUDIES
- EAGLEMOSS PUBLICATIONS
- LITTLE ROBOTS
- FAMILY IN-HOME TASTING PANEL
- FARMING AND COUNTRYSIDE EDUCATION (FACE)
- INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
- ONLINE EDUCATION / REVISION ACTIVITIES FOR KS2 AND KS4
- FOOTBALL ALLEGIANCE
- GIRLGUIDING UK - GIRLS ATTITUDES SURVEY
- DEPARTMENT FOR TRANSPORT - ADVERTISING TRACKING
- CARRYING OUT A CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE’S SURVEY
- CONSULTATION WITH YOUNG PEOPLE VIA A COUNCIL YOUTH EVENT
- DEVELOPING A MARKETING PLAN TO RAISE AWARENESS OF ACTIVITIES FOR C & Y P
- INPUT TO CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE’S PLAN
E-skills – CC4G
E-skills set up the successful Computer Club for Girls website, to encourage greater involvement online among girls across the age range.
They wished to explore the possibility of widening the resource to include boys as well as girls, providing a range of modules addressing different lifestage and learning topics. As part of this, they wished to understand the issues that affect children, and the role that an online resource could play, plus response to design and content options across the age range.
The research spanned children from Year 6, the top year of primary school, to Year 9, about to embark on GCSE options. We carried out a series of groups in school, exploring the move from primary to secondary school (looking forward, and in retrospect), their thoughts about exam choices and careers, friendship and bullying, and the role of mentors and other forms of support.
We also looked at children’s preferred learning style, and the way that this could be supported by online material.
Information on out-of-school activities, media use and preferences, and role models, was also collected, to provide input to the overall design of the resource, and to build up a selection of themes to support their learning journeys.