Wrexham Glyndwr University
Learning and Technology
The programme is delivered entirely online and is accessible to students from countries all over the world. The programme has been designed to suit practitioners working across a range of teaching and training contexts. Participants will develop professional and personal networks encouraging collaboration, peer to peer learning and support. Applicants will require internet access, preferably broadband, and will be working with, or have access to, a group of learners. Some aspects of the course will be delivered using audio and/or video online, and you will require appropriate equipment (headphones/microphone) to participate fully in these activities.
An undergraduate degree or equivalent but we will consider non-traditional entry qualifications and previous experience.
Modules include: Year 1: Pedagogy and practice; technology and design; implementation and management. Year 2: Innovation and practice; accessibility and assessment in the digital age; e-research and digital scholarship. Year 3: Research dissertation.
Assessment is based on coursework for all modules with the exception of the dissertation. Each module normally has 2 assignments and these are designed to reflect the professional practice of the student.
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|MSc||Part-time||£ 2,395 per Academic year (home fees)||3 years|
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