Stage 2 modules will normally be delivered in three full days of teaching per module. Teaching and additional support for Stage 3 modules may be delivered during the day, at evenings or at weekends.
The course is normally delivered through group seminars and lectures, one-to-one tutorials, workshops and activities, enquiry and guided independent study. Online resources and facilities are available through the virtual learning environment. You will have full access to the University’s online resources and e-library as well as facilities on campus.
As well as taught sessions and workshops, there is personalised tutorial support, with writing days and postgraduate conferences to support your development and scholarship, organised within the wider MA in Education courses. Members of the postgraduate community meet for conferences and study weekends at various times during the year to provide peer support.
The main programme is delivered on our Canterbury Campus.
The pathway is led by Dr Susan Kenyon, Principal Lecturer and Senior Academic Developer within Learning and Teaching Enhancement, with support from senior members of academic staff in the Faculty of Education and elsewhere in the University.