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This course is designed for students registered on the BA Childhood Practice degree with a focus on exploring the health needs of individual children and examining policy to support the health and wellbeing of young children. The aim of the course is to promote and encourage the use of workplace based activities as the basis for academic study. This course is designed to meet the continuing professional development of individuals involved with working with children and students must be employed in a relevant educational setting for a minimum of 12.5 hours per week.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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1st Attempt: Two 1,500 word written assignments. Part A and Part B must be completed successfully.
Students will receive formative feedback from tutors on Part A prior to undertaking Part B of the assignment. Students are required to work in a collaborative fashion with others online in action learning sets where they give and recieve feedback from peers.
In keeping with the School of Education policy on assessment, and in sufficient time for students to be able to improve their work through feedback, detailed written feedback on assessments is provided to students (typically within four weeks of submission). Feedback highlights strengths and gives clear guidelines for improvement. Face to face meetings or telephone tutorial support can be arranged for students who require additional support.