Sept 2017 UK/EU/Part-time £1,060 Per 30 credit module
25 November 2016
The Leadership in Education programme is designed to critically engage with current thinking and ideas about leadership relevant to all levels of an organisation, and in relation to all roles. There are opportunities to develop specific skills of coaching, mentoring and communication. The relationship between policy, research and practice will be explored and students will engage with approaches to evaluation in the workplace.
The programme is designed to be responsive to the specific cultural, historic and practical context of individual organisations, and of individual participants.
The programme will run as a UEL based programme which will be taught in the evenings following a traditional pattern of delivery. In addition, the programme can be run in schools, or for consortia of schools and other professional education organisations when there is a viable cohort.
The programme can be personalised or have bespoke elements for viable cohorts when delivered in schools or to consortia. Personalisation is through the selection of content, readings, case studies and policies specific to the school context. Bespokeness will come from selecting option modules from other relevant Masters programmes.
Learning, teaching and assessment are tightly aligned with content, learning outcomes and school context. The programme pedagogy is creative in its use of a wide range of strategies, activities and approaches to interaction, with a focus upon dialogic learning and teaching. Assessment tasks and options can be negotiated to reflect the needs, concerns and desired outcomes of schools or cohorts, where there is a viable group.