The completed kits were sent to the participants homes and they were asked to complete the work within 2 weeks. Later extra time was given as it was over the Easter weekend.
Out of the 3 agreed participants, I received 2 partially completed responses.
Participant 1 did not complete the back of the t-shirt as they “made a mistake at the back and … got really upset and refused to carry on”. Perfectionism is a common trait amongst 2e children, so this is not entirely surprising. Especially considering the time and thought evident in the work completed for the front of the shirt. (13/04/2022)
The arm band from Participant 1 was received a week later. It was nice to see that they re-visited the project.
Participant 1 – Aged 10 (identified gifted with ASD and ADHD)
Participant 2 submitted just the armband of the project. They identified as self-diagnosed, which was OK for this project as it can be difficult sometimes to get a formal diagnosis. (22/04/2022)
Participant 2- Aged 8 (self- identified gifted with ASD, ADHD and OCD traits)
Participant 3’s parent confirmed that the kit was received, and asked for extra time to complete it. They were followed up with, but no completed response was received.
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