Is this course for me?
Our Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching is designed to support the development of learning and teaching within third level, further education, post-primary and primary sectors. A key aspect of the programme is the relationship between effective teaching and reflective practice; the imperative to reflect not only on what we should teach, but how effectively we teach.
This course will enable you to critically analyse your own teaching practice, and offer you a variety of pathways to complete a full Masters in learning and teaching.
Every module focuses on critical reflective practice, based on evidence rather than anecdote, and the collection and analysis of evidence is a prominent feature of the programme. It reflects the growing understanding of the central role of assessment and evaluation in learning and teaching and the importance of academic writing and research at every stage of education.
You will have the opportunity to work collaboratively across disciplines swith practitioners from all levels of education, including national and international best practice speakers, and following graduation will have the opportunity to work at every level of education.
Key Features Include:
• Focused on developing professional practice in learning and teaching.
• Leading national and international best practice speakers
• Blended learning delivery
• Work based learning and research in all modules
• Block delivery over 2 years at weekends
• Assessment is assignment based
• Links theory to practice.