We subscribe to a number of databases for your subject.
A database is a searchable repository of research published in academic journals. These journals contain articles, conference papers and literature reviews written by experts in their field.
Some databases will provide you with the full text of an article but others will link to just a summary.
The full text database for your subject is EBSCO Professional Development Collection. Other non full text databases include British Education Index, Education Abstracts, and ERIC, among others.
You can find our subscribed databases by logging into Discover.
There are a number of professional organisation to help you with searching for a career in the education sector, as well as organisations that offer guidance on standardised testing, funding and general advice on teaching. Listed below are some that are highly recommended from your lecturers, as well as links to government publications and announcements.
There are a number of useful websites, social media outlets and education blogs that will be beneficial for your studies. Below are a handful of our favourites, with many used and recommended by your lecturers here at University of Sunderland.
There is a selection of open access sites that offer free lesson plans and ideas for teaching, educational blogs, and a mix of free resources (some you may need to subscribe to).
Department for Education:
Educational Government Policies:
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND):