The Internet has changed our lives. This unit will help you to understand how the development of the internet led to an explosion of innovation and creativity, the creation of a ‘commons’ envornment and how reactions to these developments could affect opportunities to use and share ideas in the future.
This course explores the relationship between leadership and safeguarding both within and across organisations and sectors. It facilitates a strengths-based approach to leadership and influence in a range of global safeguarding contexts.
This course introduces learners to intersex and explains what intersex means. It looks at a couple of intersex figures from history before explaining the current medical model of intersex care and how it came about. The course then goes on to look at how early decisions made in medical settings can affect intersex people throughout the rest of their lives. The course ends with suggestions on how changes might be made to achieve better outcomes for intersex people.
A set of interactive online resources aimed at 14–16 year olds which clarify for them what life as a barrister can look like.
This unit introduces you to a sociocultural approach to understanding and analysing learning in educational institutions, the home and the workplace.
Volunteer Scotland and the STUC are committed to the free association and community spirit that motivates trade unionism and community action across Scotland. Organisations that recruit volunteers in place of workers or that arrange unpaid activities to enhance employment prospects, undermine genuine volunteering, which is nurtured by strong and supportive networks, solidarity, and community spirit.
This toolkit was created for tutors of courses from any discipline. Its focus is on the process of reflection and encourages tutors to help their students to become reflective learners by developing a process of feedback and dialogue with them.
This course covers a variety of study materials revolving around the theory and practice of learning languages with senior learners. As someone who works either in paid or unpaid care settings or cares for someone at home, you can become a driver of change by implementing what you learn here and starting a positive move towards a joined language learning journey with senior learners. While studying this course you will have the opportunity to apply your new skills in your care setting with your senior learner/s, and we hope that your confidence in this aspect of your practice will increase.
This is a CPD course for care workers who care for older people and people with dementia.
This course is specifically designed for students of the Departamento de Didáctica de las Lenguas, Artes y Educación Física, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and focuses on the issues surrounding learning languages in older age.
Installing a learning platform or VLE is as much about changing culture and processes as it is about new technology. This course will help Secondary senior leaders get more value from their learning platform, by understanding how it can benefit their school and by giving them time to successfully implement it.
Installing a learning platform or VLE is as much about changing culture and processes as it is about new technology. This course will help Primary senior leaders get more value from their learning platform, by understanding how it can benefit their school and giving them the tools to successfully implement it.