Students elect to follow a particular issue from a suite of options presented on an annual basis by staff in Education. The outcomes of the module are for the student to make an oral presentation on their investigations using technology where appropriate.
Aims and Objectives
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- Use appropriate research methodologies to conduct research
- Demonstrate one 'whole School' issue in depth and detail
- Conduct research in a school setting
- Produce an oral presentation that could be developed for presentation at conference
- Present on this issue to other trainees within the programme
- Advise others on this issue within a school setting
The syllabus content will be determined by the Assignment 3 topic which the student is following and the particular aspect that the student identifies for their assessment. Generic content will be aimed at increasing students' knowledge and understanding of their topic, attention to research methods, how to present and write at Master's level.
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods
Teaching is usually by a range of lectures, small group seminars and individual tutorials. Trainees are expected to spend time (approximately 130 hours) researching this assignment as individuals.
Guest speakers will be used where appropriate.
|Total study time||200|
Resources & Reading list
Note:. You will be provided with, and asked to access, a range of resources including texts, journals, government papers/policies, etc. These will be made available to you on Blackboard.
A summatively assessed oral presentation supported by a short written research plan.
This module is not subject to anonymous marking, as it involves an oral presentation and the individual is therefore identifiable.
This is how we’ll formally assess what you have learned in this module.
This is how we’ll assess you if you don’t meet the criteria to pass this module.
Repeat type: Internal & External