Canterbury Christ Church University. Volunteers will be sought from each September Canterbury cohort of the occupational therapy BSc programme How many participants will be recruited? Her particular strength lies in helping students to engage confidently with complex concepts and she has developed innovative ways to help students build the knowledge and skills required to be successful occupational therapists. Initial modifications and further development May — September Information collected will not be personal but relate to the tool. Nothing of a participants be safeguarded?
Yes Will the project results be published in professional journals? The Higher Education Academy Attach any relevant comments. Initial modifications and further development May — September No If so, why is it worth repeating the study. They will be asked to complete a questionnaire using Likert scales to rate usability, pedagogical usability, accessibility and informational quality. How will voluntary informed consent be obtained Through signed consent — sample attached from individual participants or those with a right to consent for them?
Both of us have completed qualitative studies using research subjects using a variety of methods. How will participants be approached and by Through email, by the researcher.
Contexts of participation: the critical thinking tool
Yes Will the project crifical be published in other ways? Participants will be treated as collaborative partners and their views will be taken into account in the ongoing development of the resource.
Since she joined the University inRayya has been involved in promoting and developing active learning strategies on all the courses with which she has been involved. Log In Sign Up. Rayya has been active in promoting the inclusion of service users and carers into the delivery of programmes in the Faculty of Health and Social Crifical.
I understand that I have the right to withdraw from the evaluation at any time. Participants will receive copies of the final report How will participants be selected?
Ms Rayya Ghul | Higher Education Academy
Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy. LAMS evaluation case study. They will be asked to complete a questionnaire using Likert scales to rate usability, pedagogical usability, accessibility and informational quality.
The aim of the project is to develop a web-based resource to enhance student learning and to be made available to people and institutions external to Canterbury Christ Church University. Second-stage formative evaluation involving stakeholders September Design and Evaluation of the Contexts of Participation interactive resource Evaluation will focus on usability, pedagogical usability, accessibility and informational quality.
It is currently a hand-held cardboard interactive resource. Development of prototype interactive web-page in conjunction with internal university web- developers. Final formal evaluation with stakeholders October — December Contexts of Participation is a critical thinking tool developed to aid the understanding of enablers and barriers thinkiing participation and has been in use in a first year occupational therapy module for the past four years a total of 8 cohorts.
Your participation in this project is entirely voluntary and you may withdraw at any time.
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By William Heywood and Ali Eslamifar. No If so, why is it worth repeating the study. Further modification and development working towards final working product September — October What steps will be taken to comply with the Data No names will be kept on a computer database Protection Act?
Contexts of participation: the critical thinking tool – CReaTE
Empirical Software Engineering, 6 4: National Teaching Fellow The tool thinkingg critical consideration of the national, social and individual thin,ing of health and wellbeing and is of interest to health and social care, public health, education and disciplines concerned with the interaction of people and society.
For example, we will reassure them that there will be no negative consequences to their withdrawal, non-cooperation or providing negative feedback. Conversely there will be no personal benefit e.
This will be the first of three evaluation sessions. Evaluation will involve a group of stakeholders: