PGCE Wales / Cymru
This Guide is designed for those thinking about pursuing doctoral study in Law, Social Sciences and Humanities in UK Higher Education institutions.
This online course on the Philosophies of the Posthuman is conceived for anyone who is interested in the topic of the posthuman and wishes to access a basic understanding of the different movements that are emerging. In 6 lessons and 3 concepts, Professor Ferrando explains the main topics related to the posthuman turn. CREDITSThe tests and quizzes have been curated by Matigan King and Aria Smith; reviewed by Francesca Ferrando.The online upload of this course was completed by Aria Smith.The Image was created by Thomas Elanore.
SPN course Planning a better future is a short course for anyone considering changing jobs, wondering how to move up the ladder or return to work after a break, and those who might be looking to aspire to better things.
This is a version of the OU Social Partnerships Network course 'Planning a better future' for Wales.
Provides useful guidance, including an interactive lesson planning tool, to assist them in planning outreach sessions in school, college and community settings.
Support pollinating insects. Use our tips to plant for pollinators and make simple changes to your gardening that make a difference.
When students willing to participate in a play and interested teachers and parents come together to construct a play this course will come into play. Teacher or an interested parent acts as a director and a writer. Everyone contributes to with his own experiences and views. The course is for discussing and practicing the creative ideas of playwriting, particularly plays for children. Here is an attempt to explore methods to create your own scripts and do a quality theatre of your own ideas. The discussion sessions will help teachers to know more about theatre and staging a play.Unless otherwise noted, all materials carry a CC-BY-SA license. Since many of the materials here feature chlidren, we have used passwords to protect access to videos and use a restrictive license for photos (CC-BY-NC-ND).
Police interview simulation
Police interview simulation - experiment
This unit discusses ways in which our lives are ordered by the state. The focus is largely on the question ‘How is society made and repaired?’ But you will also be looking at questions of differences and inequalities. You may find you need to work harder to see the significance of this second key question, but the effort will be worthwhile.
Learn about the pollination process and why it matters. Discover the diverse insect pollinators in the UK and understand the threats they face.