Skills for Support
Lisa Ponting and
Kerrie Ford: OUR
VIEWS matter
We worked for
WECIL (disabled
people’s views
matter)
Nor...
What is analysis?
Pulling a rabbit out of a
hat?
• I am a scientist
• I know the right methods
• Therefore I can find out
...
Analysis is always from someone’s point
of view
“We are the
artists of our
lives”

Journey to Independence: 1999-2002
I know what the
research means
to me – because
it’s about my life
Our research was about
support
• From my point of
view, support is about
being friends

We’re just friends!
I helped decide on the main
themes

Respect

Choices

Advice

Being friendly

Support to speak up
Making videos
So let’s see what
these themes mean
– how do support
workers do these
things?
Being friendly
• We looked at body
language
• People were friendly to
each other
• They were able to have a
good laugh
• T...
Then we picked out the parts of the video that
showed ‘being friendly’
Val’s bit: looking at how the
joke is done
1st part

Sue: Go on - You can have that
one
Receptionist: This is a bigger roo...
Pick the
best bits

Go
over
the
detail

Team work
Tell us
who to
go to
Help to
get the
‘main
themes’

Val takes the detail...
Making sure we do
good research
Good inclusive
research needs
skilled researchers
Why do we need
separate spaces to
learn?...
Impact
• Good inclusive
research has its own
quality standards
• E.g. analysis can be
more ‘open’ and in
the here-and-now
...
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Analysing Videos Together: Skills for Support Research

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Presentation by Val Williams (Norah Fry Research Centre) and Andrew Barbour and about their experiences of analysing videos together. This presentation was part of a seminar, funded by the ESRC, focusing on participatory data analysis for and with people with learning disabilities

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  • Analysing Videos Together: Skills for Support Research

    1. 1. Skills for Support Lisa Ponting and Kerrie Ford: OUR VIEWS matter We worked for WECIL (disabled people’s views matter) Norah Fry Research Centre helped us
    2. 2. What is analysis? Pulling a rabbit out of a hat? • I am a scientist • I know the right methods • Therefore I can find out what this all means Hey presto! Mostly that is not the way things work….
    3. 3. Analysis is always from someone’s point of view “We are the artists of our lives” Journey to Independence: 1999-2002
    4. 4. I know what the research means to me – because it’s about my life
    5. 5. Our research was about support • From my point of view, support is about being friends We’re just friends!
    6. 6. I helped decide on the main themes Respect Choices Advice Being friendly Support to speak up
    7. 7. Making videos So let’s see what these themes mean – how do support workers do these things?
    8. 8. Being friendly • We looked at body language • People were friendly to each other • They were able to have a good laugh • They had good team work Why is this ‘new’? It’s treating each other like human beings!
    9. 9. Then we picked out the parts of the video that showed ‘being friendly’
    10. 10. Val’s bit: looking at how the joke is done 1st part Sue: Go on - You can have that one Receptionist: This is a bigger room Sue: Is it really? 2 part nd Andrew: You have number 10 and I’ll have number 12
    11. 11. Pick the best bits Go over the detail Team work Tell us who to go to Help to get the ‘main themes’ Val takes the detailed analysis back to Lisa and Kerrie: their views matter!
    12. 12. Making sure we do good research Good inclusive research needs skilled researchers Why do we need separate spaces to learn? Can we come toether?
    13. 13. Impact • Good inclusive research has its own quality standards • E.g. analysis can be more ‘open’ and in the here-and-now • We will only have an impact if we do it well.

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