Learning & Teaching
This programme, comprising 30 credits at Level 9 on the National Framework, consists of the first two modules of the Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching, which has been running in DkIT since 2010.
The focus of the course is on applying good practice principles in learning and teaching to improve your teaching. Those who successfully complete these modules will have the option to transfer to the MA programme, subject to meeting entrance requirements and scheduling.
Who Should Apply?
This professional development programme is designed to support participants in improving their own practice. It is aimed at those involved in teaching and/or training, for example in adult education, further and higher education, post-primary or within private or public sector organisations.
This course is ideal for anyone who is currently working in education or training and development and wants to improve their learning and teaching practice.
This is a professional development programme rather than a teacher training programme. It does NOT confer the basis for registration with the Teaching Council.
- Student-centered Learning and Teaching: Models and Strategies
- Enhancing Learning through Technology
Minimum Entry Requirements
The programme is practice focused so applicants must be engaged in sufficient teaching to allow them to meet the programme learning outcomes.
Applicants are not required to teach at any particular level but the nature of their teaching should be conducive to meeting the learning outcomes, for example, involving the assessment (formal or informal) of learning. Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
How to Apply
If you wish to apply for this course, please complete the Taught Postgraduate Application Form by clicking the download button in the weblink below and return to:
Laura Mc Kenna,
CELT Co-ordinator, S205,
Dundalk Institute of Technology,
Dublin Road, Dundalk
or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
1 year part-time.
This course will be delivered in blended mode, using face-to-face and online delivery. There are 6-7 workshops each semester and a one-off induction at the beginning of the programme. These sessions are 1.00-4.00 pm on Friday afternoons in DkIT. However, depending on public health guidelines, some or all of these may be delivered online. Each learner is also assigned a personal tutor.