Cardiff Metropolitan University
Secondary Education (Information Communication Technology and Computing)
Main features of the programme:
- The University-based element of the course aims to familiarise students with the ICT curriculum in secondary schools. It includes a detailed study of the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum at key stages 3 and 4 and also consider ICT at 16+.
- The pattern for the school-based elements of the programme is as follows:
- One week observational experience in a primary school
- First secondary school experience from the end of September to the end of January
- Second secondary school experience from February to the end of June. Seminars, workshops, lectures are the main method of instruction.
- University tutors work alongside school-based mentors to develop your knowledge, understanding and practical ability in teaching effectively.
- We provide regular mentor meetings which allow you to ask questions and discuss topics/issues further.
- You will receive feedback on your progress and lesson observations at regular points during the course.
The programme is mainly school based in line with government requirements with 24 out of 36 weeks spent in partnership schools, where student teachers work with a subject specialist (the subject mentor) and a senior member of the school staff (the senior mentor). The university-based modules comprise of initial professional development and curriculum studies in the subject in which the student teacher is specialising.
Welsh medium school placements are available within all subject pathways in Cardiff Met's PGCE Secondary programme.
Degree in related discipline required with a 2.2 classification; plus GCSE grade B or above in mathematics and English language; interview which involves tests in literacy and numeracy and a comprehension task; entry is also subject to a satisfactory health check and satisfactory criminal records check.
Modules include: professional development; curriculum studies in information communication technology and computing.
Student teachers will be assessed both on practical teaching and academic assignments. The latter is assessed at Masters level and affords student teachers 60 credits at 'M' level. A pass is required for both school and university based modules. Progress is monitored by continuous assessment of student teachers' competence against statutory standards.
There is no formal end of programme examination.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|PGCE||Full-time||September 2018||£ 9,000 per Academic year (home fees)||1 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Cyncoed Campus||Cardiff||CF23 6XD||Wales|
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