Learning and Teaching (Higher Education) PG CertAnglia Ruskin University
£ 2.033 - ($ 7.363.568)
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Early Childhood Education
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Learning and Teaching
- Enhancing Learning and Teaching Through Reflective PracticeThis module is designed to introduce practitioners in various higher education contexts to the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, deliver, and evaluate learning. It will encourage you to use effective models of reflective practice to develop and enhance your own teaching practices in the light of relevant theoretical models of learning and your own experience as a learner and teacher.
- Developing Assessment for LearningDeveloping assessment for learning is crucial to the development of practitioners in post compulsory education - irrespective of the context of learning and/or the extent of practice. This module is designed to help you to become critically aware of the range of strategies available to you and of the need to promote assessment strategies which are reliable, fair and valid.
Assessment for the Enhancing Learning and Teaching through Reflective Practice module is through the completion of a patchwork text (a series of separate pieces of work that are ‘sewn’ together at the end to link to the structure of the module) and reflective commentary; it includes the observation of your teaching.
The Developing Assessment for Learning module is based on a negotiated format which you can discuss with your tutor and also includes a reflective commentary. You could choose to carry out a patchwork text, group project or an essay, depending on your individual strengths and the methods you work best with.
We use online submission and feedback for our final assessments. With students across the sector increasingly expected to use online plagiarism detection software packages, this offers you an insight into both ‘sides’ of the tool, as well as the opportunity to try out the system from a ‘student’ perspective.
12 months (September starts); 15 months (January starts) Teaching times: Fridays 10am-1pm (Cambridge), Thursdays 10am-1pm (Chelmsford).
UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year part time) £2,033
International students, 2016-17 £3,667
Distance learning, 2016/17 £2,167