Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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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.
Mapping Global Citizenship in Peterborough and the Kawarthas [poster]
By Victoria Huys, Completed for: Kawartha World Issues Centre; Supervising Professor: Katharine Murphy; Trent Community Research Centre
Mapping Global Citizenship in Peterborough and the Kawarthas
By Victoria Huys, Completed for: Kawartha World Issues Centre; Supervising Professor: Katharine Murphy; Trent Community Research Centre
Samuel Lowry & His Jacquard Loom: A Journey through History [poster]
By Melissa Tralla and Mercedes Hunter, Completed for: Lang Pioneer Village Museum; Supervising Professor: Christopher Dummit; Trent Community Research Centre, HIST 3011H - Everyday History
Samuel Lowry & His Jacquard Loom: A Journey through History
By Melissa Tralla and Mercedes Hunter, Completed for: Lang Pioneer Village Museum; Supervising Professor: Christopher Dummit; Trent Community Research Centre, HIST 3011H - Everyday History
Assessment of the Seasoned Spoon's Educational Workshops and Events [poster]
By Joyce Davis and Emily Worrad, Completed for: The Seasoned Spoon Café; Supervising Professor: Hayley Goodchild; Trent Community Research Centre, IDST 4220Y - Theory & Assessment in Development Projects
Assessment of the Seasoned Spoon's Educational Workshops and Events
By Joyce Davis and Emily Worrad, Completed for: The Seasoned Spoon Café; Supervising Professor: Hayley Goodchild; Trent Community Research Centre, IDST 4220Y - Theory & Assessment in Development Projects, The Seasoned Spoon is a vegetarian cooperative café at Trent University that sells prepared food to the Trent community and a variety of services to students, staff and community members. Among these services are their nearly 20 workshops and events offered each academic year. The project was a four-month community-based research project to evaluate the workshops and events that the Seasoned Spoon offered for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Anishinaabemowin Immersion School, Feasibility Study
By Smanthan H. Cunningham, Completed for: Niijkiwendidaa Anishinaabe-kwewag Services Circle; Supervising Professor: Nicole Bell; Trent Community Research Centre, This feasibility study is a tool that will be used to determine if an Anishnaabemowin Immersion Elementary School and Early Years Centre is feasible within the City of Peterborough. This study is designed to assist in the decision making process set out by the Nawewin Working Group.
Making Home and Making Welcome: An Oral History of the New Canadians Centre and Immigration to Peterborough, Ontario from 1979 to 1997 [poster]
By Maddie Macnab, Completed for: New Canadians Centre; Supervising Professor: May Chazan and Joan Sangster; Trent Community Research Centre, CAST MA -
Making Home and Making Welcome: An Oral History of the New Canadians Centre and Immigration to Peterborough, Ontario from 1979 to 1997
Community Report by Maddy Macnab, Completed for: New Canadians Centre; Supervising Professor: May Chazan and Joan Sangster; Trent Community Research Centre, CAST MA -, This short document offers key findings and conclusions from research I carried out from 2015 to 2017 as part of my Master’s degree at Trent University in Canadian and Indigenous Studies. The purpose of the research was to document an oral history of the New Canadians Centre and immigration to Peterborough, focusing on the period from 1979 to 1997. I have prepared this document as a summary of the full Master’s thesis for research participants. In sharing this document, I invite participants to share their feedback on the research. I will incorporate participants’ feedback as I prepare the final version of the thesis, to be submitted to Trent University in January 2018.
Extending A Hand in Friendship: Assisting Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Build New Relationships
By Andrea Ieropoli, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Heads Up for Inclusion; Supervising Professor: Sharon Beaucage-Johnson; Trent Community Research Centre, FRSC4890 - Forensic Community-Based Research Project, The purpose of this investigation is to identify best practices for facilitating programs that pair young adults with intellectual disabilities with another member of the community in order to develop a meaningful relationship between the two participants. In order to determine these best practices, seven interviews were conducted with organizations who currently facilitate such programs and an academic and grey literature search was conducted. The collected data was then compared to the current Amigos in the Community program facilitated by a local Peterborough not-for-profit agency, Heads Up For Inclusion. This comparison highlights the similarities and differences between this program and those of other established programs. Moreover, a list of suggested recommendations for the Amigos in the Community program has been developed for Heads Up for Inclusion in order to improve its’ current program. One recommendation is to host more community events so as to recruit new volunteers, increase community awareness of the programs available, raise funds for the program and offer pairs an opportunity to spend more time together. Another significant recommendation is to identify barriers to inclusion for participants such as access to reliable, accessible transportation. These recommendations along with others identified throughout this report are intended to assist Heads Up for Inclusion in improving their current program and ensuring it meets the needs and interests of their clients.
Peterborough Natural Areas: The net gains and losses in natural heritage features from 1996-2016
By Vanessa Potvin, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Peterborough Field Naturalists; Supervising Professor: Heather Nicol; Trent Community Research Centre, - Community-Based Research Project, The Peterborough Natural Areas Strategy was developed in 1996 to establish a natural areas corridor for the citizens of Peterborough. Ten natural areas were mapped. Within each site, core areas were identified for a total of 24 natural areas throughout the city. The environmental status of the areas has not been assessed since the development of the original strategy. This report examines each natural heritage area to determine the net gains and losses in ecological features over the past twenty years. ArcGIS was used to digitize the maps, and map analysis tools were used to determine the net gains and losses in natural heritage features. As a result of this study, it was determined that there has been no statistically significant change in the natural areas since 1996. However, an assertive conclusion cannot be made, due to the variety of limitations that pertained to this study. Instead, further studies should take place to support the claim of this research.

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