The Child Care History Network AGM and Autumn Conference 2010

 

"From Coalface to Facebook?:

using new social media and technology to record, remember and share child care experience"

 

November 11th, 2010, from 10.30 to 4.00.
Planned Environment Therapy Trust Conference Centre
Toddington, Gloucestershire GL54 5DQ

 

Session One

Welcome to the Planned Environment Therapy Trust: John Cross, Executive Director, Planned Environment Therapy Trust

Welcome to the CCHN and Conference: David Lane, Chair CCHN

 

Introduction to the issues, concerns, and objects of the day: Charles Sharpe

The tools in question: The "new media": What is it, and what's on the horizon? What is possible?: John Moorhouse, independent I.T. specialist and Trustee, Planned Environment Therapy Trust

New technologies in life story work with adolescents in residential care, Simon Hammond, PhD Researcher, University of East Anglia

 

Session Two. Case Studies: The new media in use: issues and actualities

Rich Rollinson, P.E.T.T. Chair: Opening the Afternoon with Thoughts from the Morning

Dr. Jim Goddard, Secretary of the Care Leavers' Association and Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Bradford: Care Leavers Reunited

Gudrun Limbrick, Oral Historian for the Birmingham Children's Home Oral History project

Mark, project volunteer and former Bodenham Manor School student; Gemma Geldart, project oral historian, Dr. Craig Fees, project director, Therapeutic Living With Other People's Children: An oral history of residential therapeutic child care c. 1930-c.1980

 

 

Speakers

 

David Lane, Chair of CCHN

 

Charles Sharpe

 

Simon Hammond

 

Rich Rollinson

 

Dr. Jim Goddard

 

Gudrun Limbrick