Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Welcome to the PIoE blog

The Rolle Building on Plymouth University campus
This is the official blog for Plymouth Institute of Education staff. It's a digital space where academic and professional staff can share their ideas and views, discuss issues of professional practice and develop their skills around the use of social media for public engagement. 

The Institution delivers a range of undergraduate and post graduate programmes for educators from within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in Plymouth University. Here at Plymouth Institute of Education our courses offer you many opportunities for work-based learning, and can lead on to postgraduate study or a career in a range of educational and health settings. As well as conducting research into many aspects of education, with Plymouth Institute of Education you can undertake a wide range of Masters, Doctoral and CPD programmes, with flexible study options to suit your needs. 

Through studying with the excellent, supportive staff who will work with you through your undergraduate years with Plymouth Institute of Education, you will have embarked on what could be the first steps of a 'learning journey' within Higher Education, leading on if you wish to further study with us on a PGCE, Masters and in time, a doctoral course. 


If you are interested in the very latest education ideas, views and news, this blog is the place to visit. Much of the content featured on this blog will be written by our staff, often about their research or new developments they are learning about. You can subscribe to this blog to received updates direct to your mail box, so you won't miss anything! You can also follow the latest news from Plymouth Institute of Education via our official Twitter account.


Photo by Jackofhearts101 on Wikimedia Commons

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Welcome to the PIoE blog by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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