The Children's Research Centre is all about research with about and led by children and young people. Find out more in our FREE resources below...
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What is the Children’s Research Centre?
The Open University Children’s Research Centre (CRC) trains and supports children and young people to undertake their own research. This article explains more...Read now ❯What is the Children’s Research Centre?
Potentially a million children and young people in the UK live with a parent or caregiver who has a longstanding illness. What's the impact on them and what help is available?Read now ❯An invisible group: Young people’s experiences of living with a loved one who is seriously ill
Dr Victoria Cooper from the Children's Research Centre discusses enabling participation by children and young people.Read now ❯Do we really listen to children and young people?
Research led by children and young people is crucial - here's three reasons why...Read now ❯What is child-led research and why is it important?
Designed by Dr Cindy Kerawalla, this free online resource was created for young researchers to educate them through engaging and interactive activities.Read now ❯Supporting young researchers with 'MyShout!'
Monday 14th November 2011 marked the start of National Anti Bullying Week, a week of awareness-raising that continues to this day. A recent youth-led study supported by the Open University's Children’s Research Centre revealed cyber-bullying is on the increase. Co-author of the report, Professor Mary Kellett, told us more.Read now ❯Youth perspectives on cyber-bullying
Looking for an interesting way to enhance speaking and listening in your classroom? Meera Chudasama and Dr Cindy Kerawalla discuss the journey of using Talk Factory.Read now ❯Using Talk Factory for Speaking and Listening in Classrooms