Students as Researchers: Making a Difference
Michael Fielding and Sara Bragg
This pack contains examples of students conducting enquiries into learning and the conditions of learning at a classroom and school level, evidence of the impact of their work, and guidance about ways of providing basic training in research.
Includes examples of students conducting enquiries into learning and the conditions of learning at classroom and school level, evidence of the impact of their work, and guidance about getting, and keeping, things going.
Using this resource
- Young people's involvement in research
- Students as Researchers in action: some examples
- But is this research?
2 The benefits of SAR projects
- What do students gain?
- What do teachers gain?
- What do schools gain?
3 Ways of working
- Preliminary commitments
- Structuring Students as Researchers groups
- Stages in the process of Students as Researchers projects
- Helping Students as Researcheres projects to work
- Sustaining Students as Researchers activities
- Extending it: running multiple SAR groups
4 Building a whole school commitment
- Promoting pupil participation: a 'diary'
- Sustaining educational change
5 Conclusion: Lighting the slow fuse of possibility?
6 Sources of further support
7 Further reading
- Students as Researchers and Citizenship Education
- Hastingsbury Upper School presentation
- Presentation summary
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