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  • 6 Saturday Day SchoolsCentre sets own fees but Uni has a recommendation of £4,500 for 90 creditsUniversity charges for curriculum services and centres keep the remainderCosts are contributing staff to the day schools and support at centre (personal tutoring, library provision etc.)300 students
  • Delivered through a blended learning model that has five different elements: induction and module day schools at regional centres, on line learning and networking, online and paper based assessment by your centre tutor, teaching and learning festivals and online and face to face support at their centre. Credit on entry for suitably qualified and experienced candidates. (for further information, see p.8-9)Non-standard entry opportunities for candidates with relevant and bona-fide professional experience. (for further information, see page see p.9)Practical assignments based on your professional context.Flexible and responsive delivery methods to meet your needs.Two teaching and learning festivals will be held over the duration of the course. In year 1, you will be required to disseminate your work from the Improving and Teaching Learning module (Intermediate level) at a regional event similar to the day school. The main purpose of this event is as a professional development opportunity for you to share your work with others and learn from your fellow students about the interventions they have been working on. Honours year students will be required to share the findings of their Major Study with other students from the programme at a ‘Research Festival’ organised by the University. Again, this provides an excellent professional development opportunity and it is expected that one of the advantages of such an approach is that you will be able to write about this experience in your Reflexive Study module, which concludes your degree.A two-year Honours Degree
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    1. 1. “Our starsmust glisterwith new fireor be today extinct.”
    2. 2. Year Entry requirements Credit0 Or non-standard entry with Teaching or training qualification 120 F substantial experience Relevant experience 60 IYear Module title1 Advanced Professional Practice 30 I Improving Teaching and Learning 30 I Foundation degree Critical Education 30 H2 Reflexive study 30 H Ordinary degree Major Study 40 H Research Methodologies 20 H Honours degree
    3. 3. Year Module title1 Advanced Professional Practice 30 I Improving Teaching and Learning 30 I Critical Education 30 H

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