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Subject knowledge

Whether you are looking to add a curriculum area or subject to your General Teaching Council for Scotland professional registration, or want to develop, deepen or update your subject knowledge for teaching, we have resources and courses to support you.

This includes OpenLearn materials that educators can use in the classroom.

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Expressive arts

Discover our Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences undergraduate and masters level qualifications, and our OpenLearn materials.

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Health and wellbeing

From our Embedding Mental Health in the Curriculum microcredential, to OpenLearn materials, find out more.

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Explore our School of Language and Applied Linguistics' modules, courses and qualifications, our professional learning programmes for teachers, plus free online resources.

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Learn more about our undergraduate and masters degrees, plus standalone modules, and our collection of materials on OpenLearn.

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Religious and moral education

Our offering includes a Why Religion Matters microcredential, a Religion, Philosophy and Ethics degree which can be studied as standalone courses, and OpenLearn content.

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We've a large range of undergraduate level courses, certificates including Chemistry and Physics, and OpenLearn materials.

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Social sciences

At undergraduate plus postgraduate level, we've degrees and standalone modules. Explore OpenLearn materials too.

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Sustainability and interdisciplinary learning

Sustainability and interdisciplinary learning play a role in all Curriculum for Excellence areas of knowledge. Discover how we can support your development in this sphere.

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Find out about our introductory modules to computing and IT, short courses like digital photography, and OpenLearn resources.