Here at the Department of Educational Research, we are committed to fostering and sustaining our research impact and engagement with a variety of public stakeholders. In particular, we strive to create a research environment that is supportive of co-productive and sustainable relationships with stakeholders such as national and international governments; local partners/authorities; funding agencies; metrics/digital platform providers as well as teaching and learning providers from the Early Years, to tertiary levels. We are also in the fortunate position to be able to enable to implement our own research developments into our learning and teaching practice through our highly esteemed postgraduate programmes.
Professor Robert Winston hosts talk on unique ‘place-based curriculum’ for Morecambe Bay
A unique community-created curriculum, designed to equip children and young people with the skills to look after themselves and the planet, will be the subject of a Lancaster University public talk this month hosted by Professor Robert Winston.
Technology that helps – not hinders – inclusive learning
For parents, kids + mobile devices can be a volatile combination – but for teachers of children with disability, these same devices represent a wealth of untapped opportunities.
A new research collaboration between UTS researcher Dr Kirsty Young and Lancaster University academic Dr Sue Cranmer aims to uncover innovative uses for mobile devices that will support students with disability to achieve their learning goals.