Re-engaging young offenders with education and learning

 

The aim of RENYO is to enhance educators’ capability to re-engage young offenders with education and learning whilst in secure custodial settings in 4 partner countries in the EU (United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Spain).
This involves training education staff in secure custodial settings to use ‘authentic inquiry’ as an intervention to enrich educators’ repertoires in learning design.

 

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RENYO team is working towards the following objectives:

Enhance educators’ capability to re-engage young offenders with education and learning whilst in secure custodial settings

Train education staff in secure settings to engage young offenders with education through the use of ‘authentic inquiry’ as an intervention to enrich educators’ repertoires in learning design.

Develop improved practice around a digital learning infrastructure so changes are more likely to sustain beyond the lifespan of the project.

Write a research paper sharing the outcomes and learning to support dissemination and sustainability.

Dr Adeela ahmed Shafi’s – UOG (UK), Coordinator of the project – recent paper entitled Researching young offenders: navigating methodological challenges and reframing ethical responsibilities.

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