Data that is used to investigate the rights of children with additional support needs (and their parents) in schools

Nueva edición: 
02/21/2019 - 16:00 to 18:00
Docentes: 
Sheila Riddell, Elisabet Weedom
Aula: 
Aula 12A (IUCE)

In this seminar we will examine the use of qualitative and quantitative data used to investigate the rights of children with additional support needs. We will draw on a number of research projects that we have carried/are carrying out in this area to provide examples of how the data is used. Prof. Sheila Riddell will focus on qualitative data and on how to work with children in order to gather their views; Prof. Elisabet  Weedom will explain the use of surveys and publicly available statistics that can be used to contextualise the qualitative data. Our aim is to provide an overview of these different types of methods and to demonstrate that in order to carry out research in schools both types of data are needed.

Materiales: 
Relevant publications:
Riddell, S. & Weedon, E. (2017). Additional support needs policy in Scotland: Challenging or reinforcing social inequality? In S. Riddell (ed.), Special Education and Globalisation (p. 8-24). London: Routledge. Carmichael, D. & Riddell, S. (2017). Working paper 1: An overview of statistics on SEN in England and ASN in Scotland. Edinburgh: Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID), University of Edinburgh. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2DPVE9Y Riddell, S. & Weedon, E. (2017) Social justice and provision for children with additional support needs in Scotland. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 12( 1), 36-48. Riddell, S., Harris, N. & Weedon, E. (2016) Special and additional support needs in England and Scotland: Current dilemmas and solutions. In L. Peer & G. Reid (eds.), Special Educational Needs: A Guide for Inclusive Practice (p. 11-28). Second ed. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. Riddell, S. & Weedon, E. (2014). Changing legislation and its effects on inclusive and special education: Scotland, British Journal of Special Education, 41(4), 363-381. Wright, K., Stead, J., Riddell, S. & Weedon, E. (2011) Parental experiences of dealing with disputes in Additional Support Needs in Scotland: Why are parents not engaging with mediation? International Journal of Inclusive Education. 16(11), 1–16. Riddell, S. & Weedon, E. (2011) Resolving additional support needs disputes in Scotland: Contesting professionalism and rights. In N. Harris & S. Riddell. (Eds.), Resolving Disputes about Educational Provision: A Comparative Perspective on Special Educational Needs (p. 103-130). Surrey (UK): Ashgate Publishing,
Useful project websites
https://www.ed.ac.uk/education/rke/centres-groups/creid/projects/autonomy-rights-sen-asn-children https://www.ed.ac.uk/education/rke/centres-groups/creid/projects/dispute-resolution-needs