Access to information about our research centres, consortiums and groups, and staff profiles for details of their research interests. Also an outline of each of our research themes.
To find details about our current projects, please see our research centres, consortiums and groups sites or staff profile pages:
The Moray House School of Education has an extensive and growing programme of research and scholarship into education and sports-related fields, in the themes shown below.
Research students are invited to apply for research degrees in any of the areas listed below (or on the more specific topics identified within School research). For further details, please visit our research degrees pages. Also see details about our current PhD and EdD students further down the page).
This group conducts research on children’s development, especially atypical development, and children’s rights, with a particular focus on child protection policy and practice.
The focus of this group is on teaching and learning in a wide range of contexts, including schools, higher education and outdoor education. Sub-groups within this broad area investigate additional support for learning, digital cultures and applied linguistics.
This group undertakes research on the social context of education, education policy and education governance. There is a particular focus on inequalities in education, such as those relating to gender, race, disability and social class.
The research of this group encompasses: performance and rehabilitation with a focus on physical activity, exercise participation and sports performance; physical education with a focus on curriculum, pedagogy and professional learning; sport and leisure policy with a focus on identity, community regeneration and sustainable development.
This article was published on Mar 22, 2013