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Marching for Climate Justice: A Personal Reflection on COP 26
In early November 2021, representatives from nearly 200 countries met in Glasgow at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26). Our Comparative Education and International Development (CEID) Society participated by joining others in marching for climate justice. We have asked Society member, Ashley Liu, to share her experience.
Conference and art exhibition explores new ways of understanding Cerebral Visual Impairment
Our own Professor John Ravenscroft, Chair of childhood visual impairment, will chair the Cerebral visual impairment (CVI) Art online conference and exhibition taking place on 26 November 2021.
£9.5m schools project gives pupils a real sense of the power of data
This Scottish Government-backed scheme will equip pupils to navigate an increasingly complex digital landscape to become the data citizens of tomorrow.
New Global data institute for child safety
On November 18th, University of Edinburgh announced a new global data institute aiming to safeguard children from sexual exploitation and abuse by using current, reliable and evidence-based data to inform policy and drive sustainable, coordinated action.
Physical Education Professional Learning week featured in Edinburgh Evening News
The ‘How to deliver tennis – Judy Murray style!’ session highlighted in the media last week was one of many fantastic development opportunities on offer to our MA Physical Education students as part of Professional Learning Week.
Sustainability and Moray House
The COP26 Conference in Glasgow has begun – read on to find out things you probably didn’t know about Sustainability at our School and how you can support our efforts!
Moray House Staff and Students work with New Scots' Families
Student teachers at Moray House work with a charity to tutor children in refugee families.
Data Education in Schools Live Lessons
Our researchers are creating interactive online lessons to guide children and young people through the increasingly complex digital landscape in which we live.
New Comparative Education and International Development MSc
Until now, MSc Education students have been able to specialise in Comparative Education and International Development by taking modules in this area, but now we are delighted to offer a full MSc programme for our students.
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