The course is designed for anyone who is involved in teaching and learning. It offers teachers and other education professionals (including teaching assistants, mentors and librarians) a choice of pathways related to their practice at all stages in their careers. The programme supports their learning and develops their ability to reflect critically on classroom practice. The focus throughout the course is on developing pedagogical understanding as reflective practitioners. This degree will give students a wider understanding of key issues in the field of education in which their practice is located.
Core modules: investigating pedagogy; research methods and evidence informed practice; leading learning (pedagogical principles); academic paper conference presentation. Optional modules: addressing literacy across the curriculum; innovation to enhance mathematical learning; the values and virtues of religious education; the purpose and value of science education; dyslexia in the classroom; critical issues in inclusion practice; pedagogical issues in practice.
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- Applicants are required to hold a good 1st degree (2.2 or above) and be working in an educational setting.