The question of how education can promote greater equity in an increasingly diverse society is central to this MA. It provides the opportunity to engage at the forefront of theoretical perspectives and research in the field of inclusion, disability and SEN to deepen understanding of how you might shape, approach and develop practice for your own professional setting.
Students are encouraged to develop their own narrative in relation to the balance, and tensions, between inclusive practice in mainstream settings and more targeted provision or specialised areas of SEN, reflecting critically on your own experience and alternative perspectives. The award draws on the specialist expertise and research in the Faculty's Education and Social Research Institute.
This award is part of the Manchester Met Faculty of Education postgraduate Professional Development Programme.
• Weekend attendance – you will only need to attend the University for one weekend per unit (Friday evening to Sunday lunchtime) • The course offers October and February (or June by request) start dates • Masters level continuing professional development tailored for students own context, priorities and interests, drawing on multi/interdisciplinary perspectives • Professional development and recognition • Contemporary partnership contexts fully explored • Positive commitment to exploring issues of equality and diversity in an urban context • Participation in a large, dynamic and forward-thinking taught postgraduate community
You should have an honours degree or a postgraduate diploma or a professional qualification recognised as being equivalent to a UK honours degree. Other qualifications or experience may be acceptable if they demonstrate appropriate knowledge and skills to a UK honours degree standard.
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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