Science and the community

Project aims:

To engage with an older population and to provide insights and activities that they may wish to share with their children or grandchildren.

Objectives:

I was invited by a local Rotary club to give the presentation and I have an interest in working with older people.

Summary of activity:

A lecture and hands-on materials exploring human visual processing.

Evaluation approach:

Feedback was provided and a representative from the organisation wrote up a piece for the local newspaper

What went well:

1. Lecture

2. Question and answer section

3. Opportunities for hands-on experience

What was learned:

1. Many highly qualified people were present and they are highly organised group which will lead to further activities and dialogue

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Top tips and advice for others

1. They are a good group to test out a new or old activity.

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About this project

Audiences:

Project type:

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Started (approximately):

17/08/11

Ended: (approximately)

17/08/11

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About the contributor

Paul Gardner
School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

National Science and Engineering Week Open days and Fife Science Festival. Mainly activities relating to psychology for all ages…

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