The course leads to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS); students spend 24 out of 36 weeks in school placements; citizenship has been a compulsory element of the National Curriculum since 2002 in recognition of its invaluable contribution to young people's education; recent debate over content, aims and methodology by education specialists has lead to the rapid growth of the subject and consequently, a high demand for citizenship education specialists; students learn from some of the best practitioners in the field, and with their support, students learn how to become an effective practitioner themselves; the programme covers all areas of the National Curriculum for citizenship, and also addresses national testing, extra curricular learning opportunities and how to enhance the student�s own professional development.
Teacher development course: reflective practice; career development; professional values; options: using your voice effectively; understanding autism; teaching sport; classroom management; preparing for an interview; 2 secondary teaching placements; Citizenship subject specialism: the exploration of the political, social and psychological aspects of citizenship; the meaning of citizenship education; the possibilities, opportunities and limitations in the implementation of the citizenship curriculum; the concept of identity; multiculturalism and intercultural education; human rights and human rights education; diversity and social cohesion democracy and democratic education; global education; education for sustainable development; the ways in which citizenship education can be taught across the curriculum; assessment in citizenship education..
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Degree (2.1 or above preferred) with at least 50 per cent of content in subject specialism; GCSE English and mathematics grade C or above, or equivalent; interview.
Postgraduate Qualification (PGCE)
University of Leicester
Teaching (General), Teaching In Secondary Schools, Cultural Studies Teaching / Training
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I am normally in University everyday, or atleast most days. We have a very good relationship with the staff in our department, and see our tutors atleast once a week in the 1st and 2nd years and optionally in the 3rd and 4th. There is alway...more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
A very positive and encouraging course with growth possibilities and covering exactly what you would expect for this type of course....more
Distance learning course. Material was quite old and a little outdated Not great value for money THe three taught classes were very useful Do provide flexibility and oppertunity to tailor material to own needs...more2 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
I got really what I wanted to study and make a career in....more
The BA Criminology course is perfect for anyone who has an interest in crime, but doesnt want to take the legal route. It focuses on all aspects of policing, ranging from policing racism in rural settings to policing terrorism on a global ...more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
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