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The Master of Teaching (MTeach) is a higher degree for education practitioners designed to enhance their professional learning. Participants' own educational contexts are central to enabling situated learning and critical engagement with theory, practice and policy. It provides intellectually challenging practice-based development opportunities.
Using their own experience of everyday educational activities (e.g. teaching) students develop a critical understanding of research, scholarship, learning and policy contexts.
Students can import up to 60 Master's-level credits from Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programmes taken within the last five years.
Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits.
The programme consists of both core and
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A minimum of a second-class Bachelor's degree from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard is required, together with strong references from appropriate referees. Participants should be teaching for the duration of the programme. If already a UCL Institute of Education (IOE) PGCE, GTP or Schools Direct graduate, students need to provide a satisfactory written reference from your PGCE IOE tutor.
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