Exploring Pedagogies 2022-23
School Of Educational Sciences
Module - PGT
To explore multiple perspectives and international debates around the key pedagogical principles that underpin effective learning and teaching across different education settings and contexts.
To critically evaluate theories of learning to inform pedagogical practices and to evaluate those that are most effective to achieve a broad range of learner outcomes. 3.To enable students to extend, deepen, evaluate and, where appropriate, to apply their knowledge of pedagogical theory and research to their own professional settings and contexts.
To engage students in a critical assessment of the major international research developments in the fields of learning and pedagogy to inform their professional practice
Threshold PASS C- to C+ range 50-59% has weaknesses in arguments and limited background reading and knowledge
Merit B- to B+ range 60-69% Answer is focused with good structure arguments are presented coherently good command of subject but with some gaps in knowledge
Distinction A- to A* range 70-100% Highly focussed and accurate work demonstrating wider reading and some original input
- Analyse theories of prejudice and discrimination and examine the application of these theories to educational settings.
- Critically examine how social inequality is (re)produced in society and the role that education plays in that re-production.
- Critically explore the challenges of, and potential solutions to, prejudice and discrimination in a variety of educational settings.
- Explore and analyse the contested definitions of inequality, inequity and diversity
Critical reflection on innovative teaching intervention