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Education (Inclusive Education) MEd
School of Education and Social Work
Enhance your professional learning and career progression by developing a deeper knowledge of inclusive educational theory and research
36 months max
This MEd course is essential for professionals working in an educational setting, whether working as a teacher or in a similar developmental role. It can help you enhance your professional learning and improve your career progression prospects.
You'll be given a framework to help you reflect critically on your professional development and your current practice, and you will be introduced to research methodology. You will also have a choice of either focusing on the arguments for or against inclusive education in light of current legislation and policy, or the social contexts, transition procedures/processes, and the impact they have upon children.
You can tailor the educational experience to suit your own circumstances, working entirely online, at your own pace, and taking a break from studies if needed. You can choose to study for the full Master of Education award, or you can exit early with a PG Certificate or PG Diploma.
Most of the learning will build on your initial training and is based around your work experience. You do not need to be currently employed to study this course, as long as you have the relevant experience.
Our MEd course is recognised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation as meeting the professional development requirements of the:
- Advanced Certificate in Teaching and Learning Research
- Certificate in Leadership Practice
- Advanced Certificate in Leadership Research
These certificates can help you pursue a career in schools across the world.
The course is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organisation. On completion participants can register for an IB Advanced Certificate in Teaching and Learning Research, Certificate in Leadership Practice or Advanced Certificate in Leadership Research.
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