Autism research team invited on to national network
The Welcome Research Hub – comprised of academics from the School of Psychology, Plymouth Institute of Education and Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry (PUPSMD) – will be joining charity Autistica’s ‘Discover’ Research Network.
Researchers work with school to develop new guidelines on outdoor learning
A partnership between University academics and a local multi academy trust (MAT) is involving Plymouth schoolchildren in the latest research into outdoor learning.
Students expand their horizons thanks to trust set up in memory of Nancy Astor
BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies students from the University of Plymouth’s Institute of Education have again benefitted from bursaries from the Nancy Langhorne Astor Scholarships Trust.
Music sessions can help millions who struggle to speak to lead a richer life, study suggests
Music could be used to transform the lives of millions of people with learning difficulties, dementia, strokes, brain damage and autism and their families, according to a research project from the University of Plymouth and Plymouth Music Zone
Conference explores means to communicate without words
More than 100 delegates including renowned artists and academics attended a conference at the University of Plymouth exploring how communication happens without the use of words
Making smart decisions on technology
Plymouth University news: Following recent concerns about the use of technology in schools, Steve Wheeler from the Plymouth Institute of Education explores a debate that has been raging for generations