25 SES 13, Beyond Advocacy and Evaluation: New Theoretical and Conceptual Approaches for Analyzing Rights-Based Participatory Pedagogies and Practices
This paper aims to present and analyse the possibilities of visual narrative research methods (Pink, 2007) to give students voice and also to promote interconnections between education sectors and local communities. The information presented here is part of on-going research, funded by the Spanish Research Development and Innovation Programme (Ministry of Economy). The overall aim of the research is to design, develop and assess a local inclusive education project based on participative research. All the 6 nursery and primary schools plus diverse educational and social organisms and agents from the same town in Galicia are engaged in the project. Here the focus will be on a Photo-voice activity developed to represent the issue of “Participation” in all the schools. The children were invited to take pictures and participate in a series of intra-school, inter-school and local activities, to analyze and reflect on students’ engagement and rights in schools. Results will discuss issues of concern, areas of strength, and targets for change in schools and the local community. In addition, this work will address the question of how visual narrative methods with students are able to support an inclusive research as well as an educational research transfer culture.
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