The course is designed specifically for educational professionals who wish to engage critically with new developments in teaching, and develop practice in their work context with academic and practical rigour; through engagement in critical, analytical and reflective processes, students are able to: develop their understanding of current thinking in relation to research and professional policy and practice; develop their ability to analyse, critique and develop their own and others' practice; develop intellectual, organisational, personal, communication and professional skills; design and use research to contribute to improving practice in the context of their own role.
Modules include: Research methodologies in education and professional practice; dissertation; assessment for learning; culture and diversity; curriculum planning and development; improving practice through action research; inter'professional agency; leading learning; leading, planning and assessing award bearing CPD; making sense of professional learning and its relationship to pupil learning; mentoring and coaching; pedagogy and learning; practice based enquiry; professional development in the NQT year; vision and values: building a learning community; critical incidents in teaching; learning and play.
Course Additional Entry
A 2.2 Honours degree awarded by a UK University; or a recognised equivalent; show that that a significant part of each week is spent in an educational workplace; proficiency in English equivalent to IELTS 7 with no single component lower than 6.
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