Educational research in autism
A PhD project with Dr Guldberg will focus on the education of children, young people and adults on the autism spectrum. Her research group's expertise covers applied research in the field of educational practice and provision, evaluations of interventions and multi disciplinary research related to the development of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) environments. They have a particular interest in exploring the nature of children’s learning when interacting with TEL environments.
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There is no funding specifically linked to this project.
Where applicable, applicants will be supported to apply for ESRC, AHRC or University of Birmingham studentships or bursaries. Information about studentships in Education is available here: www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/education/scholarships/index.aspx
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How good is research at University of Birmingham in Education?
FTE Category A staff submitted: 23.70
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