The programme prepares students to meet the demands of the profession through the following areas of study; understanding learning and teaching; learning and teaching in the primary curriculum and evaluating learning and teaching.
Degree in a subject relevant to the Primary curriculum; SCE Higher English at grade C or above (or GCSE English language and GCSE English literature both at grade C or above) and Standard grade mathematics at grade 2 or above (or GCSE mathematics at grade B or above); experience in a primary school classroom; interview.
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Postgraduate Qualification (PGDE)
University of Glasgow
Teaching (General), Teaching In Primary Schools
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WhatCreative Writing MLittby Una - 19-SEP-12
I benefited from this programme but I leave with a distinct sense of not having had my money's worth. We were promised visiting speakers that never materialised. Only one agent visited us. Opportunities for making worthwhile professional co...more5 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
WhatCreative Writing MFAby C - 27-NOV-11
Be prepared to learn mostly thru self-study. The professors for this course are consistently apathetic and timid to get into real discussion. The workshops were a joke, fueled mainly by preferential ignorance on the parts of both student an...more8 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
The lecturers know their stuff and one can approach them really easily. A lot of written assignments....more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
I find the learning experience at the University of Glasgow incredible - lecturers and tutors are really knoweledgable in their specific field, and tutors are always willing to go the extra mile to help you with any concerns. Definitely a v...more
I am economics student and my experience tells that I would not study economics in Glasgow again as it is of a really low level not involving any calculus and other type of maths at the first 2 years which makes graduates uncompetitive in t...more
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