Canterbury Christ Church University
Social and Emotional Learning
You will normally need a degree or equivalent level qualification. However, we recognise that some applicants may not meet these standard requirements, yet may have other appropriate skills, knowledge and experience. In this case you may be offered the opportunity to complete an orientation module or a portfolio to demonstrate your ability to work at level 7.
In module 1, you will engage critically with the theory, rationale and practice of social and emotional learning, focussing particularly on schools. The module draws on critical exploration, application and evaluation of the approaches of the Family Links Nurturing Programme, as a case study in the broader context of a range of theoretical and professional perspectives.
In module 2 you will reflect deeply and authentically on your own experiences of emotions in education as a teacher and as a learner.
In module 3, you will explore creative approaches to empowering the social and emotional development within your school community or other education setting; and engage critically with issues of leadership in curriculum, pedagogy, classroom environment and lesson design.
You will be required to submit three assignments of 4000 words each. These will include: Written exploration of a selected theme arising from taught sessions; Reflective journal; Small-scale action research project.
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|PgCert||Part-time||September 2017||-||1 years|
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