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This course further develops knowledge and understanding of national policies, and priorities in education relevant to inclusive education classroom practice. Students will extend their knowledge and understanding of the curriculum in Scottish schools and develop professional skills and abilities relevant to the transition to teaching. Through Professional Enquiry emerging critical skills will deepen, while knowledge and understanding of the diversity and quality of educational research relevant to the development of practice will be developed.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
To further develop knowledge and understanding of national policies, and priorities in education relevant to inclusive education classroom practice.
Main Learning Outcomes:
Students must satisfy the entry requirements as set out on the Memorandum on Entry to the Teaching Profession and the selection processes determined by the School of Education.
A PVG check is mandatory for all students taking this course.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1st Attempt: One summative assessment in-course paper of 5000 words - 100%. Resit: One resubmission of above paper.
Formative opportunities may be available, through peer assessment dependent on the nature of assessment for professional enquiry.