Designing and evaluating video coding templates in special need schools
Academic Lead: Leah Mc Laughlin - Cardiff Metropolitan University
Business Partners: Jon Moore - AnalysisPro
Andrew Walker - Exeter House School
The aim of this project is to create new robust and inclusive strategies and templates for teachers’ in special need schools to measure and disseminate engagement in their students through video. CARIAD will work with AnalysisPro and teachers to create themed innovative video coding templates. An evaluation of the effectiveness of the templates will also be undertaken.
The project will enable expertise in performance analysis, visual methods, participatory and inclusive design, and teachers to come together. Using tools and methods normally reserved for sports analysis, these will be adapted to code videos of Intensive Interaction sessions. The project will use methods to create coding templates and understand the benefits of using performance analysis in special schools. This project seeks to create new videoing practices for teachers, by developing innovative ways to code and disseminate evidence of engagement in children with severe and complex communication difficulties.
Th find more details about the project please visit the website.
Outcomes from the project were presented at a showcase event at the Wales Millennium Centre on the Glandfa stage where funders, researchers and educational bodies were present to hear about the project