This module develops the idea that learning and education is distinct from schooling through the application of learning and education theory to community settings. Students will consolidate their understanding of theory through considering its application within a placement situation.
A key focus of your final year will be your Dissertation. You'll identify an aspect of education to investigate in detail. You'll design and carry out a research project, writing up your findings in a 9,000-word extended essay. Study abroad. There are opportunities for you to spend time abroad during your course: Explore global opportunities.
Dissertation Module for Education Studies (30 credits) - Compulsory This module will allow you to complete a small piece of detailed research of an existing field within early childhood, organise and manage a small scale research investigation with insight, demonstrate skillful use of research tools and responsibility, and display critical judgement in relating these to the wider educational.
In your third year you’ll also have a dissertation tutor to guide you through this important piece of work and help you develop the extended research skills you’ll need. First Year Modules. BA Education Studies students will take all modules as core. BSc Psychology with Education Studies students will take EQ107 and EQ109 as core. BASc Education Studies with Global Sustainable Development.
The BA Education at Aberystwyth University seeks to develop your knowledge and understanding of the role of education in differing contexts and a wide variety of schools, educational settings and post-16 providers. This degree will provide relevant subject knowledge and professional skills, coupled with a range of educational experiences, which will give you the opportunity to experience.
The BA (Hons) Learning and Teaching Top-up degree is designed to follow on from our Foundation Degree in Learning and Teaching, or equivalent Level 5 qualifications. It is aimed at teaching assistants and those in similar educational support roles and is designed to fit around your work, with attendance at University being one day per week. It builds upon your existing knowledge and experience.
BA Dissertation (International Relations) (004IR) 30 credits, Level 6. Autumn and spring teaching. The International Relations Undergraduate Dissertation serves as a capstone module integrating all that you have learnt during their programme of study into a single, sustained piece of writing allowing you to explore a topic in depth. The module involves the design, planning and execution of the.
What is a Dissertation?1 Introduction. A dissertation or final year project, as a form of assessment differs from other module assessments. The expectation is that you, the learner, take responsibility for your own learning and that you produce a literature review, you choose a method for undertaking a study, write up your findings and discuss the outcomes in a discussion section.
The module will also introduce you to the newer and emerging discipline of the economics of education as well as the key topic of technology in education. It will enable you to conceptualise the breadth of areas, the range of age phases and the contexts which you will explore within education studies. You will begin to gain the conceptual knowledge and the skills required to further your.
If you want to top up a Level 5 qualification such as a diploma or Foundation degree to a full Bachelor's degree, this BA (Hons) Education Studies top-up degree course is ideal. You’ll get a deeper understanding of how people learn, study education in relation to society and develop your research skills.
Our innovative Education Studies (BA) programme offers a comprehensive study of education from a variety of subject approaches. It addresses not only the theory and practice of teaching and learning, but also the related subjects of the marketisation of education, political perspectives on educational policy, creativity and culture, childhood and society, and psychological and philosophical.
BA Education with integrated Foundation Year, at Aberystwyth University, seeks to develop your knowledge and understanding of the role of education in differing contexts and a wide variety of schools, educational settings and post-16 providers. The integrated foundation year - designed for prospective students who do not have a sufficient or relevant academic background - is the perfect option.
This will prepare you for the Dissertation module later in the course; Education For All (40 credits) This module aims to give you the opportunity to: critically analyse the impact of education policy on your practice through the lens of equal opportunities and social justice.
Education is a driving force for a better and more just world. The Education Studies BA at the world-leading UCL Institute of Education is an interdisciplinary degree supporting future generations to understand and critically reflect on education and society to become leaders of societal change.
Module Overview. The dissertation module builds on previous education research modules and facilitates independent research into an area of interest that is central to a student's programme of study. Typically the module will involve a small-scale investigation into a topic agreed between the student and personal tutor, and with the agreement.Education Studies with Psychology BA (Hons). 100% of our Education Studies with Psychology graduates from summer 2017 are in work or further study after graduating According to the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) 2016-17 report (above the sector average of 94.6%) Delivered by experienced academics and developed with input from sector professionals. Work placement.This module introduces the study of education including education as a business and its contribution to the labour market. It examines the historical and political dimensions which have shaped the modern educational system. Your understanding of the nature and purposes of education will be developed through the examination of key theoretical perspectives and educational ideologies. Your.