Ecology is the study of how organisms interact with each other and with their environment – a truly vast area of biology. The original course examined the biological principles that are the basis for analysing and understanding ecological situations, and should give you some of the skills and knowledge needed by professional ecologists.
This Practitioner Level course has enabled the knowledge and skills needed to work successfully on the broad range of subjects that make up economic diplomacy.
This short unit explains how decisions are taken about allocating scarce resources in a market economy, and why such decisions may have potentially disastrous effects on the environment including the climate.
ED841: Understanding children’s development and learning
This course formed part of the master's programme in education, enabling teachers to develop the skills and understanding they needed to contribute to the improvement in the quality of education through investigating management issues and reflecting on professional practice, both their own and that of others. The final presentation of the course was February 2004, a 60 point course, at postgraduate level.
The course will help you learn about the educational needs of learners with dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia. We also look at educational needs of learners with hyperactivity and attention disorders. .The course also deals with educational needs of gifted learners.
This course was last presented in February 2007. The course was presented as part of the Masters in Education Programme as well as an element of the Doctorate in Education.
EE811: Educational leadership: agency, professional learning and change
EE812: Educational leadership: exploring strategy
EE813: MA Ed Dissertation: Leadership and management
EE814: Addressing inequality and difference in educational practice