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Educational Leadership (Part Time) - MA


Course Description

This course has been designed for educational professionals who are currently working in, or who aspire to work in leadership positions and/or careers in administration, universities/colleges, or development in their own contexts. The programme is taught by leading academics in the field of leadership, management, school effectiveness and improvement. Senior educational experts also contribute, including head teachers, inspectors, local authority officers and policy-makers.

Aims

The MA course aim to:
-Develop participants' understanding of the key leadership issues that influence teachers' and other educators' performance in primary and secondary schools and other educational settings.
-Provide an overview of relevant and current theories/frameworks for examining these issues from a leadership perspective.
-Enable colleagues at all levels within educational institutions to identify issues and develop appropriate strategies to generate and sustain educational improvement.
-Develop knowledge and understanding of practical approaches to Educational Improvement and Effectiveness and of current theories, issues and debates in the field.
-Develop a range of learning and transferable skills which integrate current research and best practice in the areas of School Leadership and Educational Improvement applicable to different students on different programmes.

Teaching and learning

Where possible all teaching encourages student participation, shared experiences and opportunities for practical application. Depending on your background and experience you may find the approach rather different from your previous experiences of University.

Teaching methods draw on a range of styles including formal lectures, workshops and other collaborative activities including role-play, presentations and other types of group tasks.

Visit the Educational Leadership (Part Time) - MA page on the University of Manchester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A good honours degree (minimum 2:1) and an initial UK qualification in teaching.

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