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PgCert/PgDip Teaching of Reading* *this is a new course awaiting approval


Course Description

The current context for this new PgDip Teaching of Reading is the priority given to literacy in general and the teaching of early literacy in particular. The publication of the Rose report in March 2006 has clear implications for initial teacher education. However, feedback from newly qualified teachers suggests that many would appreciate the opportunity to develop further their skills in this area once in post.

This award seeks to enhance subject knowledge in the area of phonology as well as supporting the development of good practice overall in the development of literacy skills in children.

Special features:

Specialist qualification and professional development in this area of educational priority
The course offers January and September start dates

Visit the PgCert/PgDip Teaching of Reading* *this is a new course awaiting approval page on the Manchester Metropolitan University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You will normally have undergraduate honours degree or equivalent, such as a Teaching Certificate and Qualified Teacher Status.

Course Fees

UK and EU students part-time £600 per 30 credit unit


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