The programme aims to combine theory, practice, and the use of reflection to enable students to develop their teaching skills and educational knowledge. It is a part'time programme, comprising a wide range of modules based on areas including (but not limited to); learning, teaching and assessment; student support and personal tutoring; curriculum development, the use of technologies in higher education; leading change in higher education; mentoring; and the undertaking of educational research. It is primarily aimed at staff (internal or external to the University) with a lecturing, teaching, or facilitating role with students.
Modules include: Curriculum development and evaluation; educational research project and publication; information and communication technology in higher education; developing leadership and your reflective practice; learning, teaching and assessment; mentoring; professional and personal development planning; educational research methods; research supervision; student support and personal tutoring; technology enabled academic practice.
Course Additional Entry
Applicants should have a role that requires you to teach and facilitate student learning. You should normally have a first or second class Honours degree (or equivalent non'UK qualification). In order to undertake the assessments, you will need also need experience of regular teaching or facilitation activity (part'time teaching is sufficient).
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