University of East Anglia

Website: http://www.uea.ac.uk

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Tel: 01603 591515

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Course_thumb Arts Education Course
University of East Anglia

This 20-credit Masters level module will address issues around teaching in and through the arts. Participants will undertake practical investigation into their own practice in relation to the arts in education. It will enable participants to take a critical view of arts education and its relationship to creative approaches to learning and teaching. Participants will be encouraged to pursue their own interests within the module.

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Course_thumb Dependence modeling using multivariate copulas with applications  Course
University of East Anglia

This 2-day short course: Introduces and develops the theoretical aspects of dependence modeling with copulas both for continuous and discrete multivariate data. Presents real-data applications of multivariate copulas describing features of existing copula software. Presents the latest developments both in theory and practice.

£690.00 (no VAT on this item)
(Duration: 17-18 September 2012)

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Course_thumb Developing Educational Practice Course
University of East Anglia

This 60-credit Masters level module aims for educational practitioners to develop their students’ learning by developing their own practice and/or contributing to innovation or development within their school. The taught content will be closely related to participants’ analysis of their own practice and its personal and professional contexts. The main focus will be to develop understanding of the processes of critical enquiry... (read more)

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Course_thumb Developing Inclusive Practice: The Role of the SENCO Course
University of East Anglia

This 60-credit Masters level module aims to assist all SENCOs, Inclusion Managers, teachers and other concerned professionals to: Use their knowledge and understanding of a wide range of pupil diversity both within and outside of schools to develop the scoial, physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioural development of their pupils. Develop, through investigation and evaluation of their own or their... (read more)

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Course_thumb Developing Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning through Lesson Study Course
University of East Anglia

Lesson study is a collaborative form of teacher research. It involves the progressive development of a lesson through a series of action research cycles. A lesson is defined in terms of a focus on a particular object of learning - a topic, concept or complex skill. This 60-credit Masters level module aims to enable teachers to collaboratively design and test innovative pedagogical... (read more)

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Course_thumb Developing Religious Education: Subject Knowledge and Leadership in RE Course
University of East Anglia

This 60-credit Masters level module is designed in partnership with the Centre for Spirituality and Religion in Education and local authority RE advisers. It covers subject knowledge and understanding in religions and RE; RE leadership skills, and aims to develop teachers’ and educators’ subject knowledge, understanding and leadership in RE in order to contribute to the learning and professional development of their students and colleagues.

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Thumb Doctorate in Education (EdD) Course
University of East Anglia

The part-time Doctorate in Education is designed to provide an education in applied research – meeting the needs of professionals working in areas related to educational training and development who can draw on their everyday practice. Email [email protected]

(Duration: 5 years)

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Course_thumb Drama in Education Course
University of East Anglia

This 60-credit Masters level module aims to provide teachers with the practical means of using drama as a tool for learning and teaching as well as increasing their understanding of drama as a discrete subject area. The links between drama and other subject areas will be explored in ways that are relevant to both primary and secondary settings. Participants will be encouraged to develop a critical and analytical approach to their own... (read more)

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Course_thumb Induction Into Teaching Course
University of East Anglia

This 60-credit Masters level module is for teachers who are in their first year of teaching (NQTs). The aim of the module is to provide new teachers with support during the year and the opportunity to share their experiences with other NQTs. As the module progresses it aims to build approaches to practice that are reflective and help NQTs to become 'practitioner-researchers'. Much of the course content will be related to areas of... (read more)

(Duration: 1 year part-time)

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Course_thumb Introduction to Matlab Course
University of East Anglia

This course provides an introduction to using Matlab for scientific computation.

£460.80 (no VAT on this item)
(Duration: 6-7 September 2012)

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