, University of the West of England, Firstborn Creatives, United Kingdom, On June 25, 2009
The aim of this research was to use creative media approaches to engage
young people in expressing their opinions, experiences and suggestions
relating to the education system in Bristol, using St Pauls as the prime focus
as a case study.
The aim was to encourage young people to talk to their peers, parents and
education experts about this contentious issue, and also to provide a platform
to express their own views.
The main emphasis of this project was lead by young people with support by
Firstborn Creatives and support staff, who also held the responsibility of
taking the lead and driving the project forward throughout to reach the final
, University of the West of England, Firstborn Creatives, United Kingdom, On March 20, 2009
This paper was originally presented as a website using text & images to make its argument instead of a traditional essay on paper, to keep with the theme of the research study: how tutors relate to challenging approaches of student work.
This paper was originally requested as a traditional essay, but given the topic, I decided against that, and decided to follow a writing and presentation style more in context with the theme.
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