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  1. Community Learning and Development

    MSc / PGDip

    University of Aberdeen - School of Education

    The Programme aims to provide a response to the continuing professional development needs of fully qualified professionals who wish to extend their roles, responsibilities and contribution. This capacity to make an extended contribution is especially important for mid-career professionals who face the need to re-construct current professional practice and knowledge to meet the challenge of ever-more rapid and significant change, and who work in situations where management is devolved or distributed and many are required to lead project-driven change aimed at the enhancement of practice.

  2. Autism & Learning

    MEd / PGDip / PGCert

    University of Aberdeen - School of Education

    The specific aims of the programme are as follows: To develop knowledge and critical understanding of the concept of inclusion and associated principles of equality, social justice, participation and partnership. To develop a deep understanding of the complex conceptual issues in Autism, and the key theories, principles and issues in the field.

  3. Integrated Practice in Childhood and Youth

    PGCert / PGDip

    Open University - Faculty of Education and Language Studies

    This postgraduate certificate course can be obtained by studying either one of the two compulsory 60-credit modules from the Masters in Childhood and Youth (F55): Children and young people's worlds: frameworks for integrated practice (E807) or Critical practice with children and young people (K802). It is designed for graduates coming from a background in childhood and youth studies, sociology, health and social care, anthropology, psychology or education, it would suit those who already work with children and young people and wish to enhance their knowledge and those that wish to enter the field.

  4. Technology Enhanced Learning

    PhD / EdD / MRes

    Open University - Department of Education

    The Technology Enhanced Learning Cluster is located within the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology. It focuses on technology use in a range of pedagogical contexts and includes research on networked and online environments, innovative technologies, emergent pedagogies and online learner experiences and a growing body of research into how pedagogy and scholarship is changed by social networking and Web 2.0.

  5. Forensic cognition

    MPhil / PhD

    Open University - Department of Psychology

    The cross-faculty International Centre for Comparative Criminological Research (ICCCR) in the Faculty of Social Sciences ensures that forensic psychology at the OU has a well-established reputation for its innovative approach and commitment to real world application. The Department of Psychology plays a key role in this area of research.

  6. Neuroscience and behaviour

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Life Sciences

    Our research focuses on the fundamentals of neurobiology and how they relate to behaviour. Key themes of our research are: neuronal structure and development; neuropathology and glial cell biology; neurophysiological and functional imaging measurements of the human brain; biochemical, electrophysiological and behavioural aspects of learning, memory and attention; and genetic, biological and cognitive underpinnings of disorders across the lifespan, including autism, dementia, Huntington's disease, and ADHD.

  7. Multimodal meaning making

    PhD / EdD / MRes

    Open University - Department of Languages

    A key topic in the Language and Literacies Research Cluster within the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) is multimodal meaning making. There is a strong and growing interest in how people make meaning not just through language, but through a range of resources.

  8. Doctorate in Education

    EdD

    Open University - Department of Education

    The Doctorate in Education (EdD) is located in the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology. It is an innovative programme designed for professionals in education and related areas who want to extend and deepen their knowledge and understanding of contemporary educational issues.

  9. Children, young people, families, and personal relationships

    PhD / MPhil

    Open University - Department of Social Policy

    The Department of Social Policy and Criminology has extensive interests in this field and is engaged in a number of lived experience, policy and welfare related research projects. We are active members of the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (CCIG) - leading the Families and Relationships Programme and contributing to the Psychosocial Programme.

  10. Applied cognitive psychology

    MPhil / PhD

    Open University - Department of Psychology

    The Department of Psychology has a well-established reputation for its innovative approach and commitment to real world application. This area of the department's work is wide ranging and involves researchers undertaking both collaborative and individual projects.

 
 
 
 
 

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