Curriculum, Learning and Society, Investigating Practice (E846)
The course supports a wide range of professionals, including teachers, working in informal and formal learning environments including educational institutions and workplace settings, to evaluate and develop their practice to support learning; it introduces some of the major issues dominating the areas of learning and its assessment in educational research; the curriculum includes the knowledge base of what is learned or demonstrated in particular activities, subjects or professions; students develop a theoretical framework that relates views of learning, knowledge and pedagogy, which can be applied to analyse and evaluate their own and others' practice.
Normally a UK Honours degree, or equivalent.
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