V. Cooper
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Biography <p><span>Victoria Cooper is senior lecturer in childhood and youth studies at The Open University Faculty of Education and Language Studies.&nbsp;&nbsp;From 2017 - 2019 Victoria&nbsp;was Co-Director of The Children&rsquo;s Research Centre.</span></p><p><span>Victoria has extensive experience in education and research and has&nbsp;taught students in further and higher education at vocational, professional development, undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. Victoria&rsquo;s practice experience includes work as an early year&rsquo;s teacher, lecturer in further and higher education and staff tutor supporting tutor professional development.</span></p><p><span>​Victoria has extensive experience as an internal and external examiner.</span></p>Victoria is a member of the Open University Children's Research Centre, involved in research projects with Amnesty International focusing on children's understandings of their rights; Chickenshed Theatre, exploring creative learning in the early years (funded by Mercers Philanthropy); Hope Support Services, exploring children and young people's experiences living with a loved one who is seriously ill.Teaching interestsVictoria's teaching expertise spans the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in childhood and youth studies where she has chaired a variety of modules at levels 1, 2 and 3 and postgraduate modules in education and research methods. In 2017 Victoria was co-chair of a new module in production - KE206 (working with children and young people: Making a difference). In 2020 Victoria was co-chair of a new module in production - E232 (Exploring Childhood and Youth), the compulsory Level 2 module on the BA Childhood and Youth Studies, and editor of the co-published reader - Exploring Childhood and Youth (edited by Victoria Cooper and Naomi Holford).Victoria is currently co-chair of a new module E102 Introduction to childhood studies and psychology.
Description <p><span>Victoria Cooper is senior lecturer in childhood and youth studies at The Open University Faculty of Education and Language Studies.&nbsp;&nbsp;From 2017 - 2019 Victoria&nbsp;was Co-Director of The Children&rsquo;s Research Centre.</span></p><p><span>Victoria has extensive experience in education and research and has&nbsp;taught students in further and higher education at vocational, professional development, undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. Victoria&rsquo;s practice experience includes work as an early year&rsquo;s teacher, lecturer in further and higher education and staff tutor supporting tutor professional development.</span></p><p><span>​Victoria has extensive experience as an internal and external examiner.</span></p>Victoria is a member of the Open University Children's Research Centre, involved in research projects with Amnesty International focusing on children's understandings of their rights; Chickenshed Theatre, exploring creative learning in the early years (funded by Mercers Philanthropy); Hope Support Services, exploring children and young people's experiences living with a loved one who is seriously ill.Teaching interestsVictoria's teaching expertise spans the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in childhood and youth studies where she has chaired a variety of modules at levels 1, 2 and 3 and postgraduate modules in education and research methods. In 2017 Victoria was co-chair of a new module in production - KE206 (working with children and young people: Making a difference). In 2020 Victoria was co-chair of a new module in production - E232 (Exploring Childhood and Youth), the compulsory Level 2 module on the BA Childhood and Youth Studies, and editor of the co-published reader - Exploring Childhood and Youth (edited by Victoria Cooper and Naomi Holford).Victoria is currently co-chair of a new module E102 Introduction to childhood studies and psychology.
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Research overview <p><strong>Areas of interest</strong></p><ul><li>Children and young people&rsquo;s identity development</li><li>Childhood and adolescent mental health</li><li>Qualitative research methodologies&ndash; developing participatory, responsive approaches</li><li>Children and young people&#39;s experiences living with a loved one who is seriously ill</li></ul><p><i><span>Recent funded research and knowledge exchange include:</span></i></p><ul>Researching extent of need for support amongst children and young people living through a family health crisis</span><span>(Hope Support 2017), launched at the Houses of Parliament, 27th March 2018. Access the research report<a href="http://wels.open.ac.uk/people/sites/www.open.ac.uk.people/files/files/Hope%20launch%20report%20%20FINAL.pdf"><span>here</span></a>.</span></li>Researching children and young people&rsquo;s views on children&rsquo;s rights/Amnesty International. Access the report here http://oro.open.ac.uk/68276/9/The%20Open%20University’s%20Children’s%20Research%20Centre%20Report_%20FINAL_%20revised%20print%20version.pdf</span></li>Researching the integration of human geography into A level Geography with the Field Studies CouncilExploring creative learning in the early years
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