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Teaching

Our research has contributed to the following Open University modules and members of our team teach across them.
 

KE322 Young lives, parenting and families

This is a level 3 module exploring what it means to be a child, young person, or parent today.

KE206 Making a difference: working with children and young people

This is a level 2 module exploring different conceptions of young people’s well-being and the day to day practices and roles that can make a difference to children and young people’s lives.

E808 Children and young people’s worlds

This is one of our post-graduate modules that contributes to our Post-Graduate Certificate/ Diploma or Masters in Childhood and Youth Studies. Based on cutting-edge research, this module explores many different contexts of children’s and young people’s lives in a challenging but rewarding way.

E809 Critical practice and research with children and young people

This is our Postgraduate Diploma in Childhood and Youth Studies. If you work with children and young people and wish to enhance your knowledge or would like to move into this field, this postgraduate diploma will deepen your understanding and develop your practice.

EK313 Research with children and young people

This is a level 3 module which examines the research process through studies with young children, children and young people carried out in the fields of education, health and social care.

E102 Introduction to childhood studies and child psychology

This introductory module offers a fascinating insight into the lives of children and young people. It brings together approaches from anthropology, sociology and psychology, to provide a complete account of some of the complex influences that shape children’s experiences.