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This course enhances existing provision building on the premise of improving collaborative opportunities for all student teachers preparing to enter the teaching profession. A key factor revolves around the enhancement of the student experience in applying a richer knowledge and skills based learning which can be applied within a range of professional settings in schools.
This course, the second of two pitched at M-Level (SCQF Level 11), will develop students skills in the critical evaluation of published research, with a view to develop a critical evidence-based understanding of practice.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
The course aims to provide students with:
a deeper knowledge and understanding of the diversity and quality of educational research relevant to the development of practice;
build on their emerging critical skills;
a deeper critical understanding of the role of research in informing and enhancing important aspects of professional practice, such as professional judgement, influence and transformation;
opportunities to critically evaluate practice in light of published research.
This course has been developed in alignment with recent policy guidance promoting the incorporation of M-Level credits as part of initial teacher education programmes, with a longer term view of progression towards a M-Level teaching profession in Scotland.
This course, together with ED50A6 Connecting Policy Practice and Research, both at M-Level (SCQF Level 11), will develop students skills in the critical evaluation of published research, with a view to develop a critical evidence-based understanding of practice.
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