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Full Time Masters Degrees in Education, Gloucester, United Kingdom

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This flexible course will develop your practice and critical thinking as you explore a range of key areas in education. You can choose to specialise in inclusive education or leadership or to follow a broader programme as you advance your practice. Read more
This flexible course will develop your practice and critical thinking as you explore a range of key areas in education. You can choose to specialise in inclusive education or leadership or to follow a broader programme as you advance your practice.

With a wide range of modules and the chance to specialise, you can tailor your learning to your professional aims while developing your practice. The course is aimed at those working in education or learning and development roles as well as education graduates who wish to further their studies. The flexible curriculum reflects the latest developments in education and is delivered by a team of dedicated and experienced teaching staff with specialist areas of expertise.

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Key concepts and debates from the disciplinary literature and recent research, models of inclusion and their implications for practice will be critically analysed, as will the range of contexts in which learning takes place. Read more
Key concepts and debates from the disciplinary literature and recent research, models of inclusion and their implications for practice will be critically analysed, as will the range of contexts in which learning takes place.

We will consider how to evaluate and develop policy and practices within individual educational institutions and analyse how far current educational contexts of performativity and high stakes accountability may affect developments in inclusionary thinking and practice.
You will also enhance your specialist and advanced pedagogical knowledge and expand your repertoire of tools and practices in order to develop inclusionary and equitable pedagogy.

The programme is suitable for serving teachers at all career stages and from all sectors of education from early years to FE.

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Teaching is a challenging, rewarding and fascinating career. Our PGCE Primary Teacher Education course aims to prepare you for entry into the teaching profession, developing your expertise in teaching children aged either three to seven years or five to 11 years. Read more
Teaching is a challenging, rewarding and fascinating career. Our PGCE Primary Teacher Education course aims to prepare you for entry into the teaching profession, developing your expertise in teaching children aged either three to seven years or five to 11 years. There are two awards: Postgraduate Certificate in Education or Professional Graduate Certificate in Education, depending on attainment in the academic aspects of the course. Both awards include Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

This course gives a high priority to school based learning and to developing your abilities of analysis, evaluation and autonomous learning and development. The PGCE course is planned and taught in partnership with a range of primary schools and early years settings. You will be placed in at least two different schools and engage in taught lectures and seminars. In school placements, you will work alongside experienced teachers to develop your understanding of how to promote learning and a love of learning with your class.

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If you’re looking for a lifelong, challenging and exciting career using your degree subject knowledge or experience, teaching may be for you. Read more
If you’re looking for a lifelong, challenging and exciting career using your degree subject knowledge or experience, teaching may be for you. The university awards secondary teaching PGCEs in eight core subjects: mathematics, modern foreign languages, religious education, physical education, biology, chemistry and physics.

This one-year programme aims to help you become a competent and effective teacher of your subject within the 11-18 age range. You will spend 26 weeks in at least two schools, where you will receive invaluable support from experienced teachers. You will return to central provision at regular intervals throughout the year for professional development and subject pathway seminars.

The university works closely with the Gloucestershire Association of Secondary Heads to provide a school-based programme with academic rigour. The partnership is well established, with the aim of recruiting and training high quality teachers for Gloucestershire and beyond. The school-based nature of the programme is at the forefront of current thinking in teacher education and offers broad experience in a highly supportive and committed framework.

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Leadership is seen as essential for the achievement of educational reform across the globe. This explains how leaders, leading and leadership have moved from obscurity to centre stage over recent years. Read more
Leadership is seen as essential for the achievement of educational reform across the globe. This explains how leaders, leading and leadership have moved from obscurity to centre stage over recent years. This course is an essential basis for school leaders who wish to understand what the academic field has to contribute to their understanding of leadership.

The purpose of the course is to develop a deep criticality of leadership as applied to educational settings. The course is designed to explore how we lead people and organisations from multiple perspectives such as Psychology, Sociology, Business Management and Organisational Dynamics – allowing you to consider and reflect on new ideas and critique your own practice in light of theory and research.

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