* denotes a compulsory module:
- Independent Study
- Professional Practice Portfolio
- Research Design*
- Leadership and Governance of Church Schools
- Developing Co-operative Learning Approaches to Teaching and Learning
- Values-Based Education
- NQT Career Development Portfolio
- Managing Inclusion in the Classroom
- Leadership in Learning and Education Contexts
- Becoming a Reflective Practitioner
In general terms, a Masters’ degree can enable career progression in a highly competitive market place and promote career mobility. Career opportunities will vary according to students’ fields of work, but holders of a Masters’ degree can expect to demonstrate highly flexible and transferable skills such as high levels of initiative, leadership of learning and mastery of a subject area. For example, previous graduates have progressed to County Advisor positions, middle leadership, school leadership and/or executive leadership positions.
This course is facilitated by Dr Karen Stockham, a highly experienced education professional with an interdisciplinary teaching background. Dr Stockham’s research specialisms include mountaineering literature, English literature, education and sociology. Other tutors contribute high level subject expertise to the programme.