University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD)
Plentyndod Cynnar (Early Childhood)
The course is designed for graduates who want to develop their knowledge and skills to a more advanced level; the programme takes a critical and analytic overview of children�s early learning and sets this in the context of social learning and societal influences; students are encouraged to take a critical approach to research, theories and beliefs about children�s learning; the crucial role of adults in that learning process, as policy makers and pedagogues, are deconstructed and debated; the course focuses on the remarkable skills of young children as powerful and competent learners; studying what they learn, how they learn, why they learn.
Gradd gyntaf dda neu gymhwyster anraddedig sydd ym marn y Brifysgol o safon foddhaol er mwyn derbyn i raddau �l-raddedig. Mae�n rhaid i bob darpar fyfyriwr gael gwiriad CRB manylach. (A good 1st degree or non-graduate qualification in the opinion of the university of satisfactory standard for admission to postgraduate degrees.)
All years: research in a changing world; well-being and learning in the early years; the reflective practitioner (the role of the adult in children�s early learning); the bilingual child; the child outdoors; sustainability and citizenship for young children; leading the early years team; self directed study; dissertation.
The assessments used are written assignments of 4500 words; individual seminar presentations; oral presentations.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Carmarthen Campus||Carmarthen||SA31 3EP||Wales|
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