Working with the Ariel Trust to design an implementation dashboard to guide rapid cycle innovation and testing.
The Ariel Trust design and deliver a suite of interactive software programmes that support teachers in responding to challenging social issues. The resources take a skills-based approach to preventative education and are designed to be used in mainstream education settings.
Safe Skills is one such resource for children aged 9-12 years, aiming to improve the safety of young people in relation to the risks associated with ‘grooming’ and child sexual exploitation.
The Ariel Trust and the Dartington Service Design Lab have been awarded a grant from the Centre of Expertise of Child Sexual Abuse at Barnardo’s to pilot and test this new resource.
“The Lab will design and build an innovative implementation dashboard to monitor the delivery and outcomes of the Safe Skills resource and guide improvement efforts.”
The Lab will work with the Ariel Trust to design and build an innovative implementation dashboard to monitor the delivery and outcomes of the Safe Skills resource. This dashboard will be used to test adaptations of the resources as they are piloted in order to guide improvement efforts.
The pilot project will commence in October 2017 and conclude in March 2018.
This piece of work is commissioned by the Centre of Expertise of Child Sexual Abuse at Barnardo’s. The Lab are the evaluation partner for the Ariel Trust.
For more information, contact: Daniel Ellis
August The Lab partner with the Ariel Trust to pilot new CSE resource: The Ariel Trust are awarded a grant to pilot and evaluate another of their resources - Safe Skills - focused on preventing online grooming and child sexual exploitation. The Lab are selected as their evaluation partner.
JulyPilot RCT of the Ariel Trust’s Face Up programme: The Dartington Social Research Unit, as part of the Big Lottery Funded Realising Ambition programme, conclude a three year piece of work undertaking a feasibility and pilot randomised controlled trial (RCT) Face Up - another of the Ariel Trust’s Digital resources.
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