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Third Level Learning & Teaching

Introduction:
The aim of this one year, part –time programme is to equip participants, who already have teaching responsibilities, with the requisite knowledge and skills to be more effective and competent lecturers/trainers. The focus of the programme is on the development and demonstration of good practice in the design, delivery and evaluation of curricula.

Entry requirements

Applicants will normally satisfy the following criteria:

Hold a 2.2 honours degree or its equivalent, and have sufficient hours of teaching to meet the assessment requirements of the programme. Prospective applicants should contact the programme co-ordinator to discuss entry requirements.

Duration

Programme Code: DT906 (Sept) PT / DT9906 (Feb) PT

1 Year Part-time.

Timetable / Hours
Participation on this course involves attendance for a half day a week – usually Wednesday morning or afternoon.

Number of credits

ECTs 60

Further enquiries

Dr Claire McAvinia
Learning, Teaching and Technology Centre
14 Upper Mount Street,
Dublin 2

T: 01 402 7861
E: claire.mcavinia@dit.ie

Subjects taught

There are two modules.

Module 1 - Professional Practice in Third Level Learning & Teaching;

Module 2 - Researching & Developing Curricula & Assessment Strategies& Assessment Strategies.

Comment

Location
DIT Learning, Teaching and Technology Centre, DIT 14 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2.

Timetable / Hours
Participation on this course involves attendance for a half day a week – usually Wednesday morning or afternoon.

Award
Postgraduate Diploma in Third Level Learning & Teaching.

Assessment method

Two part reflective portfolio.

Application date

Closing Date: Applications for February 2017 and September 2017 are now open.

Enrolment and start dates

Programme Code: DT906 (Sept) PT / DT9906 (Feb) PT

Closing Date: Applications for February 2017 and September 2017 are now open.

Start Date: February 2017 & September 2017

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