The MA Education is a two year 180 credit, part-time semi-distance learning programme, which comprises a combination of core and elective taught modules, plus a research methods module leading to the writing and submission of a dissertation. Delivery of the programme is through a combination of self-study materials and one day taught sessions for each module enabling sharing of ideas and good practice. In certain circumstances there are opportunities for school-based delivery on core modules that has proved successful in the past.
The MA Education comprises three distinct pathways:
Creative and Critical Practice Leadership Management and Learning Developing Educational Practice
The programme is primarily designed for those who are employed, either full-time or part-time in education and who have a broad range of teaching experience. MA candidates will normally possess a good honours degree. Applicants with appropriate professional experience would also be considered for direct entry. Other applicants would be considered on an individual basis.
Modules Leading Groups and Teams The Reflexive Practitioner Subject Knowledge and Identity Critical Practice Managing Change Creative Learning and Teaching Improvement and Effectiveness Curriculum Leadership Creative Practice Research Methods Dissertation 60 Credits
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good honours degree plus ed. background
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