What is this workshop about?
This year the overall theme considers visual and experimental methods for a post-binary future. For centuries, social scientists, artists and designers have theorised and created means for studying, analysing and representing ontological and epistemological beliefs. In the current period of rapid change and uncertainty, and simultaneously increased access to physical and digital materials, there are increased possibilities for innovation within visual research. At the same time there is a need to think far into the future, to understand how a new generation of SOCIAL-CREATIVE SCIENTISTS will study, analyse and represent aspects of the world in an era beyond ‘post-truth’. This extends on techniques and ideas shared in last two year’s summer schools making it suitable for students to attend again and experience new content or for new members to join us.
Course date and time: 28 - 29 September 2017 10:00 - 16:00
Non Funded ESRC or WRDTC doctoral researcher - £180.00
ESRC funded doctoral researcher or WRDTC doctoral researcher is FREE
Makaton workshop for professionals - Manchester
18/02/17 and 25/02/17 Manchester Brooks 2.38 10:00 - 17:00
10/06/17 and 17/06/17 Manchester Brooks 1.22 09:00-17:00
This workshop contains research into sign and symbol use, the use and puropse of Makaton.
Including additional core vocabulary. Includes practice manuals; pocket books of signs and symbols and a Makaton certificate
Saturday 24th June 2017 - half day course 09:30 - 12:00 - Speech and Language Impairment: • Understanding SLI and how it is different from other Speech, language & Communication needs
SpLD - Handwriting Development
Saturday 3rd June 2017 - half day course 09:30 - 12:00 - Workshop on Handwriting Development: • What is handwriting?