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The MA Education TESOL pathway is for you if you're interested in developing your knowledge and understanding of. How languages are learnt Meeting the needs of learners from diverse linguistic backgrounds Current pedagogy in the field of English language teaching. Read more
Study on a course rated ‘outstanding' by Ofsted for its high standard of training and assessment. We are currently the only university to be awarded this rating under the new Ofsted regime. Improve your career and promotion prospects. Read more
Learn how to design and deliver effective career guidance to make a genuine difference to people’s lives Gain your masters degree alongside a high-quality, nationally recognised professional award, the Qualification in Career Development Achieve high professional standards. Read more
You will develop a further understanding of inclusion and Special Educational Needs , This pathway will allow you to progress in providing education and support within the areas of inclusion and special education You will have the opportunity to reflect on inclusive and special educational practices, discussing and debating these with others. Read more
Recent changes to the curriculum in primary mathematics education continue to challenge in-service teachers. The two subject modules on this pathway will seek to explore and resolve some of the tensions between the old and new curriculum. Read more
Lifelong learning is something that everyone engages in, and most educationalists have a view as to what it is. This is an opportunity to see whether your version coincides with the presented definition. Read more
The Early Years pathway is right for you if you like working with young children. It will make you think about where children are found and how the adults in their lives have 'constructed' the worlds in which children find themselves. Read more