ATU - Sligo St. Angela's
Contemporary Innovations in Education - Sligo St. Angela's
Who should apply?
This programme is aimed at a wide range of graduates working in educational settings (e.g. primary, postprimary, higher education, adult and further education).
Students complete 4 of the following modules:
Contemporary Psychology in the Classroom
Contemporary Trends in Learning and Assessment
Technology for Inclusion and Empowerment
Current Trends in Science Education
The Site of Justice? The Religious Education Teacher and the Classroom
The Fundamentals of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
Behaviours that Challenge
Inclusion for Learning*
Specific Learning Difficulties 1*
Specific Learning Difficulties 2*
General Learning Disabilities*
Educational Research Methods
Religion, Education and Society
Tutoring and Supervising in Higher Education
Stage 2 module: Advanced Research module
Students may only select one module marked with * as part of this programme.
Applicants will normally possess a Level 8 Undergraduate Degree (H2.2 or above) in Education or equivalent. Graduates applying from other related social sciences or arts/humanities disciplines will also be considered.
2 years part-time, blended.
Each 15 credit module holds a total participant effort of 300 hours. This usually encompasses contact hours, directed study and independent study.
Whilst most modules have a blended delivery, for some, on campus attendance may be required for a one-day workshop/ lecture, usually on a Saturday.
Postgraduate Diploma (Level 9 NFQ)