Dr Jane Yeomans has substantial experience of research, development and project work, through the following:
What might research, development and project work look like?
Clearly this work will be responsive to the needs of the organisation that commissions the work. However, it can take a variety of forms, such as:
What kind of activities would take place?
This depends on what's being investigated. The kind of activities that might take place are:
All of the above might involve pupils, staff and parents at a school or setting.
What does Jane bring to research, development and project work? We could just do it ourselves!
Jane brings a wealth of experience of this type of work and her involvement is likely to have the following benefits:
How does it happen and what does it cost?
If you are interested in some research, development or project work then the first step is to contact Jane. Jane will give a free telephone or email consultation in order to find out if she can help and to think about some possible ways of doing so.
If you then wish to proceed, a follow face to face consultation will be arranged. This will last around an hour and a half. The purpose of this meeting is:
There is a charge of £150.00 for this meeting, which includes some travel time and costs and the preparation of a written summary and quote.
Arnold, C. and Yeomans, J (2005) Psychology for Teaching Assistants. Stoke: Trentham Books. Second Edition published 2012.
Yeomans, J. and Arnold, C. (2006) Teaching, Learning and Psychology. London: David Fulton
Arnold, C., Yeomans, J. and Simpson, S. (2009). Excluded from School: Complex Discourses and Psychological Perspectives. Stoke: Trentham Books.
Yeomans, J. and Bowen, P. (2002). Accelerating the progress of failing readers: an evaluation of the ENABLE-Plus programme pilot study. British Journal of Special Education, 29, 4.
Yeomans, J. (2008). Dynamic Assessment Practice: Some suggestions for follow up. Educational Psychology in Practice, 24, 2, 105-114
Cooke, C., Yeomans, J. and Parkes, J. (2008). The Oasis: Nurture Group Provision for Key Stage 3 pupils. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 13, 4, 291-303
Research, development and project work