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"The provision of ESOL for adult refugees and asylum seekers in the UK."
Critically examine a contemporary issue in adult guidance and consider the implications for your organisation.
Discuss your understanding of the key roles and responsibilities of a teacher with particular reference to meeting individual pupils needs.
Dyslexia, is it a disability, or a gift?
Evaluate and critically reflect on the notion of Christian Anthropology as the Foundation of Catholic Leadership
In what ways may verbal praise facilitate or hinder the motivation of year 5 girls struggling with mathematical problems?
Personal study plan-General thinking in 3 areas: Music Education, Music Therapy and Educational Psychology.
Plan an investigation into whole school practice in your school experience placement. This may or may not focus within your specialism
Produce a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates how you have met the learning outcomes of the module.
Reflect critically on the delivery of service for students with Learning difficulties in Wales.
Select,discuss and CRITICALLY ANALYSE a wide number of stratagies for developing and extending childrens writing across a range of genres?.
Teaching Learners with Social Behaviour Difficulties within the FE Sector.
The British education system: origins and evolution of the system
What is the role of the imagination in early childhood development
What would constitute a good education for pupils in schools such as yours?
Do School Inspections lead to school improvement?
Enabling Learning and Assessment.
A Thematic review. A concise thematic review is a review of a particular topic that provides an overview of key issues, arguments and evidence in relation to that area.
An essay concerning the teaching of knowledge, skills and understanding focused on a play by Shakespeare with an emphasis on literary heritage, culture and tradition.
Analyse a specific challenge you face as an educator and explore one or more options to address it in light of adult learning ( andragogy). Use appropriate references to support and illustrate your discussion.
Classroom approaches for pupils with severe learning difficulties.
Compose a brief review of literature discussing competing ideas about the theories and strategies for tackling problematic behaviour in children.
Critically compare the guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage with the curriculum, policy and practice in one other European nation.
Discuss whether or not poverty has an impact on brain development and learning.
Explain and evaluate the formal and informal assessment strategies.
In relation to Wales, reflect critically on the development of policy and the delivery of services for young people with learning difficulties.
Language and Literacy Learning, and Socio-cultural.
The concept of inclusion and its implementation in schools.
The provision of ESOL for adult refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.
The Teaching Games for Understanding model (TGfU) (Bunker & Thorpe, 1982) has been identified as an appropriate model for outwitting opponents (O'Leary, 2008). Critically evaluate the use of the TGfU model in secondary school games.
Using your critical thinking and questioning skills, compare and contrast an aspect of early childhood policy and practice in one of the four UK countries to the same or similar aspect of early childhood policy and practice in a country outside of the UK.
What follows when we think about language and/or literacy as "things that people do" (as social practises) rather than as features of individual minds?
What it takes to promote life skills in PRIMARY SCHOOLS.
Write a 1000 word reflective statement on your experience as a teacher in the post-compulsory sector.
Write essay about symbolic play as therapeutic play for children.
“A liberal education is at the heart of a civil society, and at the heart of a liberal education is the act of teaching.”
Consider Papert's principle which states: “Some of the most crucial steps in mental growth are based not simply on acquiring new skills, but on acquiring new administrative ways to use what one already knows.”
The term “pedagogy” refers to the methods, styles and strategies used by a teacher to instruct students. One such pedagogical theory is the constructivist teaching method, where students enjoy an active role in the learning process, experiment, make inferences and discoveries of their own and come to their own conclusions.
"A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessary."
Socrates once said, “I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.”