HeadStart aims to improve the resilience of children/young people aged 10 -14 years oldthrough various pilot activities across Wolverhampton. CeDARE staff have delivered an Open Space Technology event to help children have and develop ideas and are now udnertaking a full evaluation of the project. View more in our current project pages.
Prof Traxler is responsible for two workshops for early career researchers in technology enhanced learning taking place in Mexico and Kazakhstan funded by the British Council. View more in our current project pages.
This AHRC funded study led by Dr Lydia Lewis is concerned with creative practice and mental health and well-being. The focus of the research is how this practice can help create spaces in which people can share knowledge and experiences and support one another in order to promote their well-being and recovery for those who have experienced mental health difficulties. We are referring to this as ‘mutual recovery’. The study is focusing on adult community learning (ACL) and community arts settings and is part of a consortium research programme. View more in our current project pages.
Education Research Clusters are environments designed to develop skills, interests and partnerships. Cluster members are able to build formal and informal relationships whilst focusing their research interests. Use the following links to visit our clusters:
The Learning Technologies Unit (LTU) provides evidence of effective practice, access to training and professional development across many aspects of Learning Technologies in Schools. Staff from the School for Education Futures and CEDARE support across the different activities within the LTU.