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Education PGC-PgD-MA - At the institution - Hatfield - Hertfordshire
If you work for learners, for example as a teacher; mentor; project worker; manager, leader, advisor or trainer; this degree will extend your professional development.
This education programme also includes specific pathways for Newly Qualified teachers (NQTs) and leaders/potential leaders of children’s centres (leading to the NPQICL award) as well as those bringing learning into the programme from professional wards such as NPQH and LFTM.
The programme will help you extend your professionalism by developing your practice and work with others. You will also benefit from developing learning networks with other committed professionals. The programme will also encourage you to enquire into your practice to raise the quality of your own and others’ learning.
To gain the MA you take four 30-credit modules and complete a 60-credit practice based research project. The postgraduate diploma can be awarded upon completion of four 30-credit modules.
Modules may take place at the de Havilland university campus, museums, galleries or outside environments.
This course has been designed to meet the needs of busy professionals and includes a variety of options for modes af attendanc, including day, evening and weekend sessions.
Year 1 - full details
-Child Development in Family and Society
-Designing Learning with ICT
-Developing Subject and Professional Knowledge
-Developing Young Children as Creative Learners
-Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Issues
-Leadership and Management
-Leading Professional Development
-Learning Through Enquiry Using ICT
-Mentoring and Coaching
-Practice Based Learning
-Practice Based Research Project
-Professional Roles in the Education of Deaf Learners
Subject Pedagogy, Leadership and Learning
Supporting NQTs' Professional Development
Understanding the Needs of Deaf Learners