EDCO601 Educational Settings Placement Module Alternative - Year 3
Students work to consolidate their role in classrooms. The emphasis is on assessing within the core and broader curriculum subjects of the National Curriculum. This experience will complement campus-based work in Education Studies, Core and Specialism modules. The experience provides opportunities for supportive critical appraisal of work undertaken.
EDST603 Independent Study Module
This module enables students to make an in-depth study of an area of educational interest not supported by the module menu. Such choices arise when a first module choice is unavailable, a student wishes to study an area outside the scope of modules on offer; or to pursue in greater depth an area touched on in an earlier module.
EDST607 Drawing upon the Margins for Inclusion in Education and Society
The module engages with a range of approaches to, and understandings of, inclusive values, practices and cultures within educational settings. The module is organised around two central questions. First, What is the difference between being in and being of an educational setting? Second, How might we best live and learn together?
(This module is subject to availability)
EDST609 Wellbeing and Education
This Module will question some of the significant factors and experiences of personal and institutional stressors, and individual and cultural values and expectations, which impact on our lives, and the experiences of education for both students and staff. We will examine key concepts, theories, evidence and issues relating to wellbeing and critically question the role of education in contributing to it; whilst examining our own professional practice, understanding and experiences of factors and processes effecting/affecting personal and cultural wellbeing issues.
EDST610 Gender and Difference
This module will explore theories and discourses surrounding gender to examine historical, philosophical, political and cultural references, as well as personal experiences. The intention of this module is to raise personal and professional awareness of our differently gendered identities and professional practices. These will be contextualised within social and educational processes in order to inquire into being differently gendered according to, for example, our culture, ethnicity, sexuality, dis/ability, social class backgrounds, etc.
EDST617 Education for the 21st century: Global, Sustainable and Wild
This module offers an integrated approach to key themes in envisioning future fit education; namely global citizenship, sustainable development and environmental care. It asks the learner to explore contemporary educational issues such as the impact of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Global Action Programme for ESD. It critically and creatively considers the role of compassionate engagement in education with regard to ecological literacy, global citizenship, human rights, social justice, peace and planetary well-being.
EEC627 Enabling Environments for Young Children's Learning
This module considers issues surrounding the spaces in which adults interact with children in teaching and learning relationships. Students will examine governments' and practitioners' beliefs and principles that influence the creation of these `spaces' and the pedagogic practices within them
EEC638 Children and Risk
Looking at the complexity of child protection issues, within a personal, institutional and community context, addressing the issue of risk and the decision-making process ¿ the right decision against the defensible decision, in order to develop a personal, and critical perspective on issues of protection and control. In addition an exploration of the concept of `Risk `In the wider context.