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This course introduces and develops the main underpinning principles of the programme, providing a forum for analysis and discussion of education in the practical context of classroom teaching. A range of issues common to all students as developing professionals will be reflected upon, in particular issues which have implications for direct action in the classroom, such as inclusive practice. Professional Enquiry provides students with knowledge and understanding of policy, theory, and research in the context of developing professional practice.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
Main Learning Outcomes:
A PVG check is mandatory for all students on this course.
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Assignment split into 2 parts ( essay + reflection, with appended lesson plans)
- Part A : 2000 words essay
- Part B : 1000 word reflection plus 2 fully evaluated lesson plans (notional 2000 words)
Resit: One resubmission of the above paper.
The summative assessment is linked to School Experience 1. Feedback from first attempt is timely in order to ensure wstudnets have the opportunity to gather further evidence from School Experience for resubmission.
Formative opportunities may be available, through peer assessment, dependent on the nature of assessment for professional enquiry.