The nature and uses of philosophy; issues of methodology and it's relation to policy, professional practice. Epistemological and Conceptual Issues in Education. Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Educational Research. Conceptualisations in Moral, Aesthetic and Spiritual Education. Social, Plitical and Ideological Contexts of Education. Mind, Identity and Learning. Programmes are mostly taught in the evenings and weekends and full cognisance is paid to the varying professional workload of members through the academic year. The programme is taught in three self contained annual stages so it is possible to spread your studies over a longer period if necessary. All previous work completed at M Level either at Canterbury or elsewhere is fully accredited (up to half the programme, 90 out of the 180 credits required) The programme has the support of the Teaching Training Agency which means tuition fees are kept to very affordable prices
Recipient: Canterbury Christ Church University
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