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21-22 Accredited 15 Credits ACE
21-22 Non-Accredited 15 Credits ACE
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A written assignment of 2,500 words focusing on your chosen area of interest, critically reflecting on your learner or practitioner experiences and exploring relevant theoretical evidence bases for purpose, theoretical framework,new or opposing ideas in order to develop and assess existing knowledge and experiences.
This 15 credit module can contribute towards the MA Education (three to five year version and two year version).
The module syllabus covers:
This 15 credit Masters level Academic and Professional Journeys module is an initial module focusing on academic literacy and reflective skills.
The module aims to:
On successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods will include a mix of synchronous and asynchronous activities including webinars, meetings, lectures, readings, tasks and activities alongside independent study and tutor support.
The Department of Education and Childhood at UWE Bristol runs a variety of courses in early childhood and education studies, and is one of the largest providers of initial teacher training and continuing professional development in the region. Experienced tutors and leading researchers and practitioners in their fields teach in the department. We have excellent facilities and a range of flexible study areas and online learning tools for our students.
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15 credit Masters level module
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