Stories from the School of Education and Social Work
Collaboration between student and graduate sees new children’s book hit the shelves
A chance connection brought student, Claire Mitchell and graduate Leah-Ann Walmsley-Pledl together to create Mighty Me Adventures with Alf and his Tigersome TeaRead story →
• Scottish pupils' reading skills improved over lockdown • Reading helped improve wellbeing during pandemic
Education student Jing Chen has combined her PhD research with her practical experience in China and focussed it into a new book on children’s emotional intelligence
The University of Dundee’s Professor Divya Jindal-Snape has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in recognition of her work to improve understanding of educational and life transitions.
Pupils living in areas of high deprivation are far more pessimistic about their post-school prospects than peers from more affluent postcodes, according to a new University of Dundee study.
A month of events at the University of Dundee will help to promote positive role models from within the LGBT+ community and showcase their impact on the world.
A University of Dundee project has been honoured for using Makaton signs and music to bring youngsters together throughout lockdown.
A chance connection brought student, Claire Mitchell and graduate Leah-Ann Walmsley-Pledl together to create Mighty Me Adventures with Alf and his Tigersome Tea
Girls perform better than boys and “low ability” children make the biggest achievement gains when taught using online and blended learning techniques, according to research led by the University of Dundee.
Following their virtual practicum experience last semester, some of our International Baccalaureate (IB) Pathway students on the MA Education course have been writing about their experiences for the IB's Global Newsletter.
A new book chapter from a member of our staff has been released recently