Liverpool John Moores University
Art and Design
The programme allows you to learn to teach Art and Design at secondary level; lectures and workshops will enable you to explore pedagogical approaches to teaching and you will experience gallery-based education sessions facilitated by TATE Liverpool. The programme supports the development of your: Critical understanding of educational theory and practice; reflective practice linked to professional development; practitioner research skills for effective teaching and learning; understanding and application of subject knowledge. The programmes are designed to develop teachers who are reflective practitioners and are able to apply a deep understanding of the curriculum, learners and learning to impact on the development and achievement of young people.
Applicants require: Minimum of a 2.2 Honours degree (or recognised equivalent) with at least 50 per cent content in your chosen subject area; a minimum grade C GCSE (or equivalent) in mathematics and English language (please note: original evidence of GCSEs and your degree (if you have already graduated) will be required at interview); prior to starting the course: Passes in numeracy and literacy tests; a minimum of 10 days� work experience in a UK secondary school. We can help to arrange this for successful applicants; an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Disclosure check, the cost of which will be met by LJMU; you will also need to complete a medical health questionnaire.
Modules include: Professional practice; developing reflective professional practice; subject pedagogy in art and design; pedagogy in practice; learning teaching and assessment; inclusion.
Course assessment methods include: Critical reflections on practice, a literature review, small scale research projects, the design and analysis of learning experiences and a portfolio of professional activities. You will need to monitor your progression towards achieving the professional standards required for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and to maintain a professional development portfolio associated with these. A final assessment of your achievement of the standards required will be based on observation of your teaching practice and the evidence base that you develop during training.
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