Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Effective Options for Post-Custody Accommodation [poster]
By Carissa McPhee, Completed for: Regional Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4890Y -
Effective Options for Post-Custody Accommodation
By Carissa McPhee, Completed for: Regional Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC 4890Y -, This paper examines provincial post-custody accommodation. The purpose of this research, was to investigate what is currently occurring in the Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge (HKPR) region and review any existing best practice or programs for post-custody accommodation. To achieve this goal, a grey literature review was conducted and a survey addressing post-custody accommodation was emailed to social service organizations in the HKPR region. The survey consisted of qualitative and quantitative questions. The organizations were asked if they provided any services or support for post-custody clients, if they directly operated housing for post-custody, what problems post-custody clients experience, any barriers and challenges to meeting accommodation needs, any services that should be implemented and if the federal mandated post-release planning should be implemented provincially. The research demonstrated that the biggest barrier was a lack of housing. In terms of services, housing support workers and long term permanent housing should be implemented. The research also alluded to organizations wanting to see similar post-release planning, as mandated at the federal level. Recommendations include: targeting organizations that directly operate post-custody accommodation, disperse yearly surveys, test other post-custody accommodation models and fight for adequate housing.
Evaluating Inclusion: The Progress and Success of the Amigos Program in Peterborough High Schools, as well as Tools and Best Practices for Feedback [poster]
By Morgan McNamee and Yasaman Ahanin, Completed for: Heads Up For Inclusion; Supervising Professor: Hayley Goodchild; Trent Community Research Centre, IDST 4220Y - Assessment of Development Practices
Evaluating Inclusion: The Progress and Success of the Amigos Program in Peterborough High Schools, as well as Tools and Best Practices for Feedback
By Morgan McNamee and Yasaman Ahanin, Completed for: Heads Up For Inclusion; Supervising Professor: Hayley Goodchild; Trent Community Research Centre, IDST 4220Y - Assessment of Development Practices, This report is the culminating piece of a four-month evaluation of the Amigos school Program of Heads up for Inclusion. The project had two objectives: 1) Evaluate the success of the Amigos school program since its implementation in 2001 from the perspective of teachers, students and parents/guardians of the participants, and 2) To research and provide the host with best evaluation practices for the program in the future. A literature review of best practices for inclusion of similar programs around North America was completed prior to data collection, while primary data was gathered using semi-structured interviews conducted in February and March 2018. Three interviews were conducted with different stakeholders who are involved with or have been formerly involved with the implementation of the program.
Final report of farm tours for Jennifer Clapp
The purpose of this project was to educate members of the Peterborough community and surrounding areas about food issues, our food sources, and how food is produced., Jen McMullen. --, Date of project submission: April 2002., Comparative Development 400: Reading Course.
year later
written by Jen McLean & Diane Billingsley. --, A report prepared for the Peterborough Social Planning Council.
French music diaspora
by Antonia McKenzie., Date of Project Completion: December 2008., Trent Radio; Supervising Professor: Winnie Lem, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliography., IDST 371H.
Once upon a time ... story and rhyme
This is a collection of traditional children's songs, stories and rhymes collected on CD. Items were recorded in Peterborough in 2003. CD case includes words to songs. Supporting documentation lists number of songs and the frequency of being requested. The songs, stories and rhymes were collected over a two year period and tested for frequency of times requested by children., Supporting documentation: Once upon a time ... Story and rhyme (in folder) ; Group evaluation and reccomendations [sic] ; selection schedule, June 16, 2003 ; CD: Once upon a time ... songs, stories & rhymes., by Theresa McKay. --, Includes: group evaluation summary and recommendations; music and story selection schedule; music CD., Completed for: Peterborough Parent and Child Mother Goose; Professor Stephen Brown, Trent University; Trent-Centre for community-based education., [Date of project completion]: May 2003., CD co-produced by Theresa McKay and Dave Robertson; engineered by Dave Robertson; project advisor, Professor Stephen Brown; recorded at Kyha Studios, Peterborough, Ontario. April & July, 2003., English 381 - Community Research Placement, Community-based research project.
community needs assessment survey
The purpose of this project was to conduct a community needs assessment for the Peterborough Parent-Child Mother Goose Program (PPCMGP). The program offers group experiences in rhyme, song and storytelling to parents and their children (ages birth to twenty-four months), in ten-week sessions., By Theresa McKay. --, Date of project submission: April 2002., CUST 387: Community-Based Research Project.
TCCBE local food sourcing project
Kait McGill. --, Completed for: Benjamin Laurie at the Seasoned Spoon ; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University., Date of project submission: December 2006., ERST/CAST 334H: The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Seasoned Spoon ethnography
Introduction -- Institutional history -- Mandate -- Administrative structure -- Research methodology -- Community -- Competition & opposition -- Space & location -- Food issues -- Bibliography -- Further reading -- Appendices., Hanah McFarlane., Seasoned Spoon Cafe; Supervising Professor: Anne Meneley, Trent University; Trent-Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references (p. 30)., ANTH 491H
Community-based education
Despite the popularity of community-based education (CBE), the effects of CBE projects on host organizations and their targeted communities have not been well examined. The Trent Centre for Community Based Education (TCCBE) and U-links have facilitated more than 1000 projects since the 1990s in [sic] Peterborough and Haliburton area [sic]., Abstract -- Acknowledgements -- List of tables and figures -- Glossary of terms -- Executive summary -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Literature review -- 3. Methodology -- 4. Impact on host organizations -- 5. Community impact -- 6. Recommendations -- 7. Concluding remarks -- References., By Alicia McDermott, Linh Phan, Maritza Queeley, and Claire Ryan. --, Includes bibliographic references., IDST 4220Y: Assessment of Development Projects.

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