Programmes / Masters and PG Diplomas in Education / Module Descriptors
Students must complete 3 core modules and 3 electives. Students must take a minimum 2 modules from one specialisation.
This module develops the skills needed to engage in academic research in education.
It introduces the processes of educational policy through the study of theories, research and experiences of others.
It helps students to gain knowledge of the nature of learning and what implications this has for teaching and learning environments.
It offers relevant understanding on the role of leadership for school improvement.
It presents curriculum theories, models, design and development procedures.
It helps students to understand the nature and function of international higher education.
This module is essential for students who study the education of pupils with special needs.
It focuses on Education of pupils with social emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD), Education of pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Education of pupils with any forms of Dyslexia, and Education of those who are gifted or talented.
It enables students to become familiar with issues such as strategic direction, identification and evidence of efficacy, as well as pedagogical issues of teaching and learning in inclusive settings.
It covers aspects of written and spoken discourse, with an emphasis on issues, which are of interest to language teachers.
It deals centrally with the issues involved in syllabus design. Linked to this, the module looks at the issue of examining the curriculum; another area central to teachers and managers.
It examines the psycholinguistic processes underpinning the approaches to second language teaching.
It considers the role of the educator and the learner in relation to the use of Educational Technologies in learning environments.
It addresses the role of the educator and the learner in relation to online learning materials, online learning environments and computer based learning materials.
It examines the organisational aspects of ICT in education by discussing the nature of ICT in education and the role of policy in ICT provision.
It offers the history and the philosophy of science, develop understanding of the nature of science, and connect discussion to science research and practice.
It provides students with an overview of ethics, moral reasoning and critical thinking skills in science education.
This module is planned to recognize the interdisciplinary connections among the science, math, and technology.
In this module, students will learn how to view individuals in the context of their overall life-cycle and stages of development.
It provides critical understanding of the concepts and methods used to explain the social behaviour of individuals.
It offers the study of the ‘mind’ and mental functions, including learning, memory, attention, perception, reasoning, language, conceptual development, and decision making.
In this module, the fundamental principles, concepts and practices of teacher professional values and ethics are explored & studied.
In this module, key perspectives, concepts and approaches to teacher professional development are critically studied & evaluated.
Master - PG in EducationMaster of Business Administration (MBA)MSc in Engineering ManagementMasters in FinanceMSc in InformaticsMSc in Information Technology ManagementMSc in Structural EngineeringMSc in Sustainable Design of Built Environment
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