Educational experiences of young people with sickle cell disease 6

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Image: Professor Simon Dyson Lecture 6 on Educational Experiences of Young People
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Author:       Professor Simon Dyson

Level:          Undergrad. social sciences & healthcare; postgrad. education & healthcare professionals.

OER Series of 6 Lectures:

Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3
Lecture 4
Lecture 5
Lecture 6

 

OER Features:

SCOOTEROER35d_SCED6_Webinar (PDF of presentation slides)

Click here to view as a narrated Powerpoint presentation
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(URL http://www.sicklecellanaemia.org/teaching-resources/resources/scooter30-35/SCOOTEROER35_SCED6_Webinar/player.html)

OER Description:

The school experiences of young people with sickle cell and thalassaemia are not well understood in the UK and ill-researched. In this final presentation Professor Dyson provides an overview of the project team and details, demographics of those participants in the research, and an insight into the impact that sickle cell has on schooling and experiences of young people.

The outputs of his research can be found in a number of lectures and publications. Six lectures can be found on this site available as narrated presentations, slide copies and as podcasts.

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Educational experiences of young people with sickle cell disease 5

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Image: Professor Simon Dyson Lecture 5 on Educational Experiences of Young People
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Author:       Professor Simon Dyson

Level:          Undergrad. social sciences & healthcare; postgrad. education & healthcare professionals.

OER Lecture Series:

Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3
Lecture 4
Lecture 5
Lecture 6

OER Features:

SCOOTEROER34d_SCED5_Bordieu (PDF of presentation slides)

Click here to view as a narrated Powerpoint presentation
(will open the resource in a new browser window)
(URL http://www.sicklecellanaemia.org/teaching-resources/resources/scooter30-35/SCOOTEROER34_SCED5_Bordieu/player.html)

OER Description:

The school experiences of young people with sickle cell and thalassaemia are not well understood in the UK and ill-researched. In an ESRC-funded programme of research, Professor Simon Dyson at De Montfort University looked into a number of essential questions. In this presentation (number 5 of 6) Professor Dyson explains the experiences of young people within schools and their strategies for navigating school and life more broadly. The perspectives of schools, local authorities and health care professions are also taken into consideration.

The outputs of his research can be found in a number of lectures and publications. Six lectures can be found on this site available as narrated presentations, slide copies and as podcasts.

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Educational experiences of young people with sickle cell 4

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Image: Professor Simon Dyson Lecture 4 on Educational Experiences of Young People
Creative Commons BY SA.

Author:       Professor Simon Dyson

Level:          Undergrad. social sciences & healthcare; postgrad. education & healthcare professionals.

OER Lecture Series:

Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3
Lecture 4
Lecture 5
Lecture 6

OER Features:

SCOOTEROER33d_SCED4_Methodology (PDF of presentation slides)

Click here to view as a narrated Powerpoint presentation
(will open the resource in a new browser window)
(URL http://www.sicklecellanaemia.org/teaching-resources/resources/scooter30-35/SCOOTEROER33_SCED4_Methodology/player.html)

OER Description

In this lecture (4 out of 6), Professor Dyson describes his research methodologies for exploring young people’s experiences of sickle cell in schools, and the use of mixed approaches. These included a questionnaire with over 500 respondents, and 40 in-depth interviews. These hugely insightful pieces of research provide an understanding not just of the experiences of children at school, but their peers and adults around them. The concept of ‘disclosure’ and the feelings for and against disclosing the condition are also examined here for the first time.

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