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University of Wolverhampton, Full Time Masters Degrees in Education

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If you want to become a Physical Education teacher then this course will prepare you to work in schools and to deliver high quality lessons for all pupils. Read more
If you want to become a Physical Education teacher then this course will prepare you to work in schools and to deliver high quality lessons for all pupils. The aim of the physical education course is to develop thoughtful teachers who can respond effectively to the learning needs of young people in school by providing a balanced physical education programme. Completion of the course will award Qualified Teacher Status along with 60 credits towards a Masters.

You will learn to draw on the theoretical principles underpinning physical education, and how to use this knowledge in your teaching. You will contribute to the teaching of traditional activity areas of the wider range and content of the National Curriculum for Physical Education key stage 3 strategy as well as traditional examination PE courses within the 11-16 programme.

We aim to provide a range of experiences, including post 16 teaching.

Typical modules may include:

Observation of teaching, before undertaking ‘sheltered’ teaching activities, for example teaching parts of lessons or groups of pupils within a class

Progression to teaching single or short sequences of lessons

Further development through planned classroom activities

Development of teaching skills as you move to sustained sequences of lessons

Research in the University and school on the use of ICT in the teaching of your subject

Generic pedagogical topics including PSHE

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Ofsted rated Grade 2. Good in 2010, this nationally-recognised award is endorsed by Standards Verification UK (SVUK), and provides teacher education geared towards the post-compulsory sector (16+). Read more
Ofsted rated Grade 2: Good in 2010, this nationally-recognised award is endorsed by Standards Verification UK (SVUK), and provides teacher education geared towards the post-compulsory sector (16+).
It helps you develop the knowledge, skills and attributes identified within the LLUK Standards for Teaching and Supporting Learning.

You can take a generic route designed for a wide range of post-compulsory subjects, or an integrated route, which offers a Level 6 qualification for aspiring teachers of Skills for Life subjects: ESOL, Numeracy and Literacy.

Subjects taught in the Post-Compulsory sector are diverse. Find out how your degree relates to teaching in Further Education and sixth form colleges.

Generally we would be looking for applicants who have relevant degrees and would like to teach:

Accounting, Applied Science, Art and Design, Business Studies, Biology, Beauty and Complementary Therapies, Construction, Chemistry, Design, English, Engineering, Early Childhood Studies, Exercise Science, Forensic Science, Health and Social Care, Hospitality, ICT, Mathematics, Manufacturing, Media Production, Media studies, Music technology, Multimedia, Performing arts, Photography, Physics, Retail, logistics and distribution, Sports Studies, Special Needs, Travel and Tourism, Uniformed and Public Services.

The course offers initial teacher education for those who wish to be employed in a variety of post-16 educational and training establishments and will eventually enable the holder to submit evidence for Professional Formation and QTLS status once registered with the Institute For Learning (IfL). It is not therefore an appropriate training course for applicants who wish to teach in primary or secondary schools. It does not confer qualified teacher status (QTS) and does not provide the participant with a DFES number.

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This excellent course is for graduates who wish to train as primary school teachers - we are one of a small number of UK higher education institutions to be awarded Category A status by Ofsted for this programme. Read more
This excellent course is for graduates who wish to train as primary school teachers - we are one of a small number of UK higher education institutions to be awarded Category A status by Ofsted for this programme

It is a one-year course that trains you to teach children from 5-11 years - if successful, you will be recommended to the General Teaching Council for England (GTCE) for the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), as well as gaining a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) which is worth 60 Masters-level credits

You focus on the teaching of the National Curriculum for primary schools and specialise in teaching Key Stages 1 and 2
It is practically based, with a strong theoretical back up - it will also make you fully aware of recent educational developments such the National Primary Strategy and Every Child Matters

Learning is through experience, exploration and research, and is technology supported - you will also be allocated a personal tutor for the duration of the course

All modules will provide examples of good teaching practice, and you will be expected to actively participate in your own learning and development

You will undertake three placements, in two different schools, supported by a school-based tutor and a University tutor

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Our MA Education (Generic) programme aims to. Allow you to build your own programme and customised your experience. Build upon your existing skills, experience and/or qualifications. Read more
Our MA Education (Generic) programme aims to:

Allow you to build your own programme and customised your experience

Build upon your existing skills, experience and/or qualifications

Develop skills, knowledge and understanding which are practical, flexible, relevant and applicable to your current or future role

Responsibilities or career aspirations

Provide a high quality learning experience in a collaborative and supportive environment

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Computer Science is an exciting new secondary school curriculum subject. It covers topics such as algorithms, programming, data, computers and social informatics, and communications and the internet. Read more
Computer Science is an exciting new secondary school curriculum subject.

It covers topics such as algorithms, programming, data, computers and social informatics, and communications and the internet.

As a trainee you will learn how to teach Computer Science to pupils of all ages. You will learn how to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding through project work and how to teach programming.

You will also experience teaching Computer Science theory to all secondary age groups (11-16).

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If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular life processes and living things and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our biology course will suit you. Read more
If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular life processes and living things and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our biology course will suit you. Our course looks at the key ideas which underpin the teaching of science in schools today and the way children's understanding of concepts develops.

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If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular the chemical and material world and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our science (chemistry) course will suit you. Read more
If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular the chemical and material world and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our science (chemistry) course will suit you. Our course looks at the key ideas which underpin the teaching of science in schools today and the way children's understanding of concepts develops.

We offer routes allowing a main specialism from biology, chemistry, physics or science (which includes Earth and environmental science) for key stage 4 teaching each requiring applicants to demonstrate particular capability in that area with relevant post-16 qualifications.

However all science teachers need to show a willingness to contribute significantly to subject teaching outside this specialism. You will not necessarily be expected to enter the course with an expert knowledge of all areas; therefore top-up courses are available through the university during the course.

The PGCE in science (chemistry) is offered only on a full-time basis.

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If you have a feel for working in three dimensions, in a variety of materials, and have a creative flair you will find this course suits you. Read more
If you have a feel for working in three dimensions, in a variety of materials, and have a creative flair you will find this course suits you. Design and Technology is an exciting, diverse subject and part of the National Curriculum. It is a subject where intellectual planning meets practical applications, where you must identify a need and then design and manufacture products to meet that need.

Design and Technology at the University of Wolverhampton focuses on two of the areas of Design & Technology: Materials Technology - designing and making in wood, metal and plastics - and Electronics and Communications Technology - working with electronics, mechanisms and pneumatics.

If you want to become a Design and Technology teacher then this course will prepare you to work in schools and to deliver high quality lessons for all pupils. The aim of the Design and Technology course is to develop thoughtful teachers who can respond effectively to the learning needs of young people in school by providing a balanced Design and Technology programme.

Completion of the course will award Qualified Teacher Status along with 60 credits towards a Masters.

You will learn to draw on the theoretical principles underpinning Design and Technology, and how to use this knowledge in your teaching. You will contribute to the teaching of the wider range and content of the National Curriculum for Design and

Technology key stage 3 strategy as well as traditional examination DTcourses within the 11-16 programme. We aim to provide a range of experiences, including post 16 teaching.

Typical modules may include:

Observation of teaching, before undertaking ‘sheltered’ teaching activities, for example teaching parts of lessons or groups of pupils within a class

Progression to teaching single or short sequences of lessons

Further development through planned classroom activities

Development of teaching skills as you move to sustained sequences of lessons

A classroom based investigation into an aspect of your subject pedagogy

Generic pedagogical topics including PSHE

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If you have a passion for language and the exploration of ideas through all forms of written and verbal media and wish to communicate your enthusiasm with young people, this course will prepare you to do this effectively. Read more
If you have a passion for language and the exploration of ideas through all forms of written and verbal media and wish to communicate your enthusiasm with young people, this course will prepare you to do this effectively.
The aim of the English course is to develop reflective teachers who care about pupils’ language development and who understand how to ensure progression in pupils’ written, reading and oral skills. You will be encouraged to develop effective and inspirational practical teaching skills underpinned by a sound grasp of theoretical concepts.

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If you want to become a mathematics teacher then this course will prepare you to work in schools and challenge you to deliver high quality lessons for all pupils. Read more
If you want to become a mathematics teacher then this course will prepare you to work in schools and challenge you to deliver high quality lessons for all pupils.

You will have to possess a passion for mathematics and be able to work with all ranges of ability. The aim of the mathematics course is to develop thoughtful teachers, who can respond effectively to the learning needs of young people in school.
You must have the background and ability to contribute to the teaching of all mathematical topics at key stages 3 and 4 of the National Curriculum. We aim to provide the opportunity to be involved in post-16 teaching.

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If you have a passion for modern languages and want to become a teacher of French, German or Spanish our course in Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) will prepare you to plan and deliver motivating lessons to pupils 11-16 and will provide opportunities to begin to develop your teaching of sixth-form pupils. Read more
If you have a passion for modern languages and want to become a teacher of French, German or Spanish our course in Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) will prepare you to plan and deliver motivating lessons to pupils 11-16 and will provide opportunities to begin to develop your teaching of sixth-form pupils.

As a trainee teacher, you will be introduced to the theory and practice of modern language teaching that will enable you to examine a variety of approaches that underpin effective teaching, learning and assessment. Our aim is to develop competent, reflective and professionally aware teachers, who can respond positively to the individual learning needs of young people in school.

Alongside the development of your own subject knowledge, you will develop an awareness of how children learn a language and how, as a teacher, you can help pupils to develop their language skills.

The course will enable you to select, produce and use a wide range of language teaching resources in a variety of media including ICT.

It will prepare you to deliver the National Curriculum Programme of Study and to teach effectively and creatively.

Typical modules may include:

Study of the principles of effective teaching and learning in MFL

Observation of teaching, before undertaking ‘sheltered’ teaching activities, for example teaching parts of lessons or groups of pupils within a class

Progression to teaching single or short sequences of lessons

Study of the impact of a range of assessment strategies on pupils’ learning and progression

Development of teaching skills as you move to sustained sequences of lessons

Classroom-based enquiry into a specific aspect of teaching and learning MFL

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If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular the physical sciences associated with forces, energy, electrical effects and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our science (physics) course will suit you. Read more
If you have an interest in all aspects of science; but in particular the physical sciences associated with forces, energy, electrical effects and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our science (physics) course will suit you. Our course looks at the key ideas which underpin the teaching of science in schools today and the way children's understanding of concepts develops.

We offer routes allowing a main specialism from biology, chemistry, physics or science (which includes Earth and environmental science) for key stage 4 teaching each requiring applicants to demonstrate particular capability in that area with relevant post-16 qualifications.

However all science teachers need to show a willingness to contribute significantly to subject teaching outside this specialism. You will not necessarily be expected to enter the course with an expert knowledge of all areas, therefore top-up courses are available through the university during the course.

The PGCE in science (physics) is offered only on a full-time basis.

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If you have an interest in both the physical aspects of science associated with forces, energy, waves, electrical effects and feel comfortable with mathematics, then our Physics with Mathematics course will suit you. Read more
If you have an interest in both the physical aspects of science associated with forces, energy, waves, electrical effects and feel comfortable with mathematics, then our Physics with Mathematics course will suit you. This particularly suits people who initially feel less confident with the chemical and biological elements of the science curriculum but are willing to teach some mathematics instead. Our course looks at the key ideas which underpin the teaching of Physics, Science and Mathematics in schools today and the way children's understanding of concepts develops.

We offer routes allowing a main specialism from biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and this physics with mathematics programme for key stages 3 & 4 or 4 & post-16 teaching each requiring applicants with relevant post-16 qualifications. As all science teachers need to show a willingness to contribute significantly to subject teaching outside their main specialism this route allows some of this to come from the teaching of mathematics. As you will not necessarily be expected to enter the course with an expert knowledge of all these areas, therefore top-up and enhancement courses are available through the university both before and during the course.

The PGCE in Physics with Mathematics is offered only on a full-time basis.

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The PGCE Psychology route is taught full-time and commences in September. It focuses on the 14-19 age group, notably “A” level and GCSE, but experience of teaching Key Stage 3 may also be provided. Read more
The PGCE Psychology route is taught full-time and commences in September. It focuses on the 14-19 age group, notably “A” level and GCSE, but experience of teaching Key Stage 3 may also be provided. Trainees will have to teach a “second” subject – depending on experience and qualifications.

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If you have an interest in any branch of science; if you are interested in how things work, the living things and materials around you and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our science course will suit you. Read more
If you have an interest in any branch of science; if you are interested in how things work, the living things and materials around you and enjoy investigating this in a practical setting, then our science course will suit you.

Our course looks at the key ideas which underpin the teaching of science in schools today and the way children's understanding of concepts develops.

We offer routes allowing a main specialism from biology, chemistry, physics or science (which includes Earth and environmental science) for key stage 4 teaching each requiring applicants to demonstrate particular capability in that area with relevant post-16 qualifications.

However all science teachers need to show a willingness to contribute significantly to subject teaching outside this specialism. You will not necessarily be expected to enter the course with an expert knowledge of all areas and therefore top-up courses are available through the university during the course.

The PGCE in Science is offered on both a full-time and flexible basis.

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