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Bangor University, Full Time Masters Degrees in Education

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The aim of the course is to prepare students for teaching in a variety of present-day school situations. Emphasis is placed on developing teaching competences in the full range of National Curriculum requirements for Physical Education and Health Education. Read more
The aim of the course is to prepare students for teaching in a variety of present-day school situations.

Emphasis is placed on developing teaching competences in the full range of National Curriculum requirements for Physical Education and Health Education. The main elements of the Physical Education course are based on

games;
athletics;
dance;
swimming;
gymnastics;
outdoor activities.

In Health Education the elements are

substance use and misuse;
sex education;
family-life education;
health-related exercise;
food and nutrition;
personal hygiene;
the environmental and psychological aspects of health education.

The Physical Education course also includes extra-curricular activities, safe practice, and first aid.

All applicants must have at least three coaching qualifications in the specific areas of activity in National Curriculum Physical Education, i.e., hockey, netball, rugby, soccer, gymnastics, dance, swimming, tennis, athletics, outdoor and adventurous activities, basketball, and cricket.

The course also involves professional studies through which students will gain an understanding of whole-school issues, counselling, personal and social education, and school experience.

The Physical Education/Health Education course is open to students holding a degree containing a physical education element of not less than 50%.

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In this rapidly changing world, a postgraduate course can serve different needs and give you that extra edge that today's employers are looking for, or secure that much needed promotion. Read more
In this rapidly changing world, a postgraduate course can serve different needs and give you that extra edge that today's employers are looking for, or secure that much needed promotion. Whatever your academic or professional goals, Bangor University's long tradition of academic excellence will help you get there. Our performance in the latest Research Assessment Exercise confirms the University's status as a world class research institution

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The course is about training students to become good science teachers who will start their professional careers with positive attitudes. Read more
The course is about training students to become good science teachers who will start their professional careers with positive attitudes.

You will be learning about science teaching in general as well as spending time on teaching your specialist subject: biology, chemistry, or physics.

We want you to become an effective and enthusiastic science teacher who makes science for pupils

an enriching, exciting, and enjoyable personal experience;
an important subject in relation to their everyday lives as citizens;
a valuable and relevant preparation for a wide range of careers.

We want you to be able to encourage your pupils to develop

enthusiasm, curiosity, and responsibility for the natural world;
an understanding of scientific ideas and scientific methods;
the skills of creative and critical thinking as well as practical and communication skills.

What is it like?

The course is school-focused and practical.
Teaching science in schools

The most significant part of your time is spent in schools, where you are supported by your tutors and by experienced teachers.
Schools today and tomorrow

You will study many aspects of the life of the school, including personal and social education, environmental education, careers, and health education.
Gaining new skills

Through a mixture of workshops, seminars, and visits you will gain

practical advice and help on how to manage science lessons in the laboratory;
information about the National Curriculum and its influence on science teaching;
the chance to learn about the way pupils' understanding of science develops;
ideas about how to teach particular topics;
the chance to try out teaching methods and experiments;
advice on safety in the laboratory and on your responsibilities as a teacher;
experience in using information technology to aid and support learning.


Assessment

Your work on the course is assessed on the basis of the competences required to be a qualified teacher. There are no examinations but your coursework is continuously assessed.

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What is the course about?. The course is about training students to become good science teachers who will start their professional careers with positive attitudes. Read more
What is the course about?

The course is about training students to become good science teachers who will start their professional careers with positive attitudes.

You will be learning about science teaching in general as well as spending time on teaching your specialist subject: biology, chemistry, or physics.

We want you to become an effective and enthusiastic science teacher who makes science for pupils

an enriching, exciting, and enjoyable personal experience;
an important subject in relation to their everyday lives as citizens;
a valuable and relevant preparation for a wide range of careers.

We want you to be able to encourage your pupils to develop

enthusiasm, curiosity, and responsibility for the natural world;
an understanding of scientific ideas and scientific methods;
the skills of creative and critical thinking as well as practical and communication skills.

What is it like?

The course is school-focused and practical.
Teaching science in schools

The most significant part of your time is spent in schools, where you are supported by your tutors and by experienced teachers.
Schools today and tomorrow

You will study many aspects of the life of the school, including personal and social education, environmental education, careers, and health education.
Gaining new skills

Through a mixture of workshops, seminars, and visits you will gain

practical advice and help on how to manage science lessons in the laboratory;
information about the National Curriculum and its influence on science teaching;
the chance to learn about the way pupils' understanding of science develops;
ideas about how to teach particular topics;
the chance to try out teaching methods and experiments;
advice on safety in the laboratory and on your responsibilities as a teacher;
experience in using information technology to aid and support learning.


Assessment

Your work on the course is assessed on the basis of the competences required to be a qualified teacher. There are no examinations but your coursework is continuously assessed.

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What is the course about?. The course is about training students to become good science teachers who will start their professional careers with positive attitudes. Read more
What is the course about?

The course is about training students to become good science teachers who will start their professional careers with positive attitudes.

You will be learning about science teaching in general as well as spending time on teaching your specialist subject: biology, chemistry, or physics.

We want you to become an effective and enthusiastic science teacher who makes science for pupils

an enriching, exciting, and enjoyable personal experience;
an important subject in relation to their everyday lives as citizens;
a valuable and relevant preparation for a wide range of careers.

We want you to be able to encourage your pupils to develop

enthusiasm, curiosity, and responsibility for the natural world;
an understanding of scientific ideas and scientific methods;
the skills of creative and critical thinking as well as practical and communication skills.

What is it like?

The course is school-focused and practical.
Teaching science in schools

The most significant part of your time is spent in schools, where you are supported by your tutors and by experienced teachers.
Schools today and tomorrow

You will study many aspects of the life of the school, including personal and social education, environmental education, careers, and health education.
Gaining new skills

Through a mixture of workshops, seminars, and visits you will gain

practical advice and help on how to manage science lessons in the laboratory;
information about the National Curriculum and its influence on science teaching;
the chance to learn about the way pupils' understanding of science develops;
ideas about how to teach particular topics;
the chance to try out teaching methods and experiments;
advice on safety in the laboratory and on your responsibilities as a teacher;
experience in using information technology to aid and support learning.


Assessment

Your work on the course is assessed on the basis of the competences required to be a qualified teacher. There are no examinations but your coursework is continuously assessed.

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This course aims to develop students' expertise in becoming confident and effective classroom teachers of Art. This is achieved by ensuring that students develop and extend their own experience and understanding of art and by relating that experience and understanding to the needs of the classroom situation. Read more
This course aims to develop students' expertise in becoming confident and effective classroom teachers of Art. This is achieved by ensuring that students develop and extend their own experience and understanding of art and by relating that experience and understanding to the needs of the classroom situation.

Coursework links directly with school-based activity, and the study of educational theory is related to practice in all aspects of the course. Students will be given the opportunity to enhance their understanding of the role of art in contemporary culture, while reflecting on educational issues and contexts will help to explore the value of art education in the classroom.

Emphasis is placed on curriculum development in relation to the requirements of the National Curriculum, the school syllabus, and examinations. Other aspects will include technical methods, organisation and discipline, the management of resources including health and safety requirements, display, assessment, and recording and reporting. Methods of study include lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials, and individual study.

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What is the course about?. The course aims to train you to become effective and enthusiastic teachers of Music at secondary school level. Read more
What is the course about?

The course aims to train you to become effective and enthusiastic teachers of Music at secondary school level.
You will be given the opportunity to develop your existing experience and skills and learn how to apply them in the classroom.
You will be encouraged to adopt a positive attitude and to think creatively and critically about your work.

What is it like?

The course is school-focused and there will be a strong emphasis on practical work. Composing, performing, and appraising will form important areas of activity.

Teaching music in schools

Much of your time will be spent in schools where you will be supported by your tutors and by mentors who are experienced teachers.
Schools today and tomorrow

You will learn of the many aspects of school life, including personal and social education, and you will be encouraged to take part in extra-curricular activities.
Gaining new skills

Through a combination of workshops, seminars, and visits you will learn how to

implement the requirements of the National Curriculum for Music;
organise and manage music lessons at the different key stages;
plan and develop lessons and classroom materials;
develop creative and practical work in the classroom;
use music technology in the classroom;
monitor and assess pupils' progress;
plan for extra-curricular music

Assessment

Your work is assessed on the basis of the competences expected of a newly qualified teacher. There are no examinations but your coursework is continually assessed.

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The course deals with two specific areas. the teaching of Welsh as a first language and the teaching of Welsh as a second language – according to the requirements of the National Curriculum and the specifications of external examinations (GCSE and Advanced Level). Read more
The course deals with two specific areas: the teaching of Welsh as a first language and the teaching of Welsh as a second language – according to the requirements of the National Curriculum and the specifications of external examinations (GCSE and Advanced Level). However, an emphasis is placed on the substantial ground that is common to both fields. The sessions are workshop-based.

Among the main areas covered within the secondary school context are:

• the aims and objectives of teaching and learning Welsh and Welsh Second Language
• Welsh and Welsh Second Language in the National Curriculum, GCSE and Advanced Level courses, and their role within the whole curriculum in secondary and tertiary education
• preparing schemes of work and lesson plans
• strategies to develop pupils’ oral, reading, and writing skills
• the role of Information and Communication Technology in the Welsh/Welsh Second Language classroom
• resources for the teaching and learning of Welsh and Welsh Second Language - teaching schemes, textbooks, soundtapes/videos, television programmes, DVDs, CD-ROMs, computer software etc.
• planning for classroom management and organisation
• assessing pupils’ progress and attainment
• promoting aspects of Welsh culture.

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The course is workshop based so that you have the opportunity to participate actively in each and every session. A variety of teaching approaches are considered for use in the classroom including problem solving, investigational work and the use of Information Technology. Read more
The course is workshop based so that you have the opportunity to participate actively in each and every session. A variety of teaching approaches are considered for use in the classroom including problem solving, investigational work and the use of Information Technology. Initially, you will concentrate on how to plan lessons and how to incorporate variety in to your teaching. A key aspect of the course is the opportunity to develop your teaching so as to cater for the different learning styles of pupils.

The National Curriculum is a major focus of the course and is examined in detail so that you are well prepared for your first teaching post.

A variety of schools are visited so that you encounter several different environments and your experience is as wide as possible.

Course assignments are directly related to your teaching practice so that they are helpful and relevant.

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Mae’r cwrs yn ymdrin â dau faes penodol - addysgu Cymraeg fel iaith gyntaf ac addysgu Cymraeg fel ail iaith – yn unol â gofynion y Cwricwlwm Cenedlaethol, y fframwaith sgiliau, a manylebau arholiadau allanol (TGAU a Safon Uwch a'r fagloriaeth Gymreig). Read more
Mae’r cwrs yn ymdrin â dau faes penodol - addysgu Cymraeg fel iaith gyntaf ac addysgu Cymraeg fel ail iaith – yn unol â gofynion y Cwricwlwm Cenedlaethol, y fframwaith sgiliau, a manylebau arholiadau allanol (TGAU a Safon Uwch a'r fagloriaeth Gymreig). Rhoddir pwyslais, fodd bynnag, ar y tir sylweddol sy’n gyffredin i’r ddau faes. Cynhelir y sesiynau ar ffurf gweithdai ymarferol.

Ymhlith y prif feysydd a gynhwysir o fewn y cyd-destun uwchradd y mae:

• nodau ac amcanion addysgu a dysgu Cymraeg a Chymraeg Ail Iaith
• Cymraeg a Chymraeg Ail Iaith yn y Cwricwlwm Cenedlaethol, cyrsiau TGAU a Safon Uwch, a’u rôl o fewn y cwricwlwm cyfan mewn addysg uwchradd a thrydyddol
• paratoi cynlluniau gwaith a chynllunio gwersi
• strategaethau i ddatblygu medrau llafar, darllen, ac ysgrifennu disgyblion
• rôl Technoleg Gwybodaeth a Chyfathrebu yn y dosbarth Cymraeg a Chymraeg Ail Iaith
• adnoddau ar gyfer addysgu a dysgu Cymraeg a Chymraeg Ail Iaith – cynlluniau addysgu, gwerslyfrau, tapiau sain/fideo, rhaglenni teledu, CD-ROM, DVD, meddalwedd cyfrifiadurol a.y.y.b.
• cynllunio ar gyfer trefnu a rheoli dosbarthiadau
• asesu cynnydd a chyraeddiadau disgyblion
• hyrwyddo agweddau ar y diwylliant Cymraeg

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This course is designed for home or international students who wish to pursue a career in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) to non-native speakers of English. Read more

This course is designed for home or international students who wish to pursue a career in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) to non-native speakers of English. It consists of a combination of taught modules and a research dissertation of 20,000 words.

The MA in Applied Linguistics for TEFL provides postgraduate-level training for students who wish to learn about the about the theoretical, practical, and teaching aspects of Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), as well as providing competence and critical understanding of a wide range of aspects of the English language and English linguistics (sociolinguistic aspects of English, the grammar, sound system and semantics of English, the history of English, 1st and 2nd language acquisition, psycholinguistics as well as issues pertaining to English as an international language and bilingualism).

This programme is specifically aimed at students seeking careers in multilingual and international contexts – where an awareness of and ability to deploy different genres of English communicational strategies is of the utmost importance.



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