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Material Deprivation

Material Deprivation

A lesson on material deprivation and its affects on scholastic achievement. Some of the tasks are related to cultural deprivation too. There are various videos that can be referred to that can be found in the notes section.
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BTEC Level 3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care, Learning Aim B2. B3 Research Ethics

BTEC Level 3 Unit 4 Current Research in Health and Social Care, Learning Aim B2. B3 Research Ethics

This is a resource package consisting of , a 23 page booklet (Word) you can add and alter, with space for students to add notes, applied activities to complete and references to the BTEC text book. Along with this are Four PowerPoints to give interest to the delivery of the content for B2. Planning a research project and B3. Ethics Issues in research, as below:- B2 Planning Research How to plan a piece of research, including: • rationale for the research • deciding on achievable objectives • selecting appropriate research methods • selecting target group and sample • deciding realistic timescales • deciding how research will be monitored and modified • deciding measures for success • considering ethical issues while carrying out research. B3 Ethical issues Ethical principles in research reporting, including: • maintaining confidentiality of participants, including of any settings • ensuring that participants have given their consent • the need to seek consent from parents or carers if participants are under 18 or lack appropriate mental capacity • research conduct, including keeping a professional distance • data protection legislation, policies and procedures, including using the research only for the stated purpose • human rights legislation, policies and procedures and how this relates to conduct of research (legislation must be current at time of delivery and applicable to England, Wales or Northern Ireland) • the use and misuse of results, including statistics that inform practice, informed consent from participants and the 1947 Nuremberg Code 10 rules, in relation to ethical research, misuse of results, e.g. Andrew Wakefield and the MMR research • conflicts of interest in research and how to avoid them, peer reviews including human subjects, mentoring, research misconduct, professional distance, disclosure and whistle-blowing • role of organisations, e.g. National Social Care Research Ethics Committee. The booklet is a continuation from the Learning Aim A and B1 sections (page numbers follow on) which can be found on TES too. Good luck in your teaching :-)
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IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

IB DP Theory of Knowledge - Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge Systems AOK

This activity introduces students to the Area of Knowledge (AOK) of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS). Specifically, it helps students use aspects of the IKS specific knowledge framework (applying KCs, and WOKs to an IKS real life situation) to introduce students to the strengths and weaknesses of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Understanding and using the strengths and limitations of this AOK is essential for students to effectively analyse and evaluate their knowledge questions (KQ) when preparing their TOK Essays and Presentations. Lesson length: 45 minutes to 1 hour Background information and link to video provided. A worksheet to help students apply the knowledge framework (pages 1 and 2) and answer key for the teacher are provided. The document is available as a PDF for printing and a Word document for editing.
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