Teaching

Teaching methods include:

  • presentations
  • class-based discussions
  • videos on youth work, community development, and adult and family learning
  • talks by invited speakers and TED talks
  • group-work activities
  • work-place learning
  • online learning
  • independent study

This course involves lots of learning through your own experiences, dialogue with peers and community members.

In your final year you will complete a research project, working with people in your own community setting, to explore the broad role of Community Education in striving for a more equal society.

Experienced practitioners also contribute to the delivery of the course and this supports your engagement with the ongoing changes in the professional field of practice.

Assessment

You will be assessed by a variety of different methods:

  • presentations
  • discursive essays
  • reflective essays on your own learning journey
  • e-Portfolio of your community work practice
  • research projects and reports
  • reports from your supervisor on your community work practice

Modules

You will join the full-time undergraduate Community Education students to study as well as the postgraduate students for one module.

Core Modules

These modules are an essential part of your course.

Module code: CO20013 Credits: 40 Semester: Runs across both semesters

Practice learning takes place in a range of community settings. You will learn more about youth work, adult education, and community development.

You will get practical experience in a supported environment. This will develop your understanding of working with people in community settings.

Core Modules

These modules are an essential part of your course.

Module code: CO31001 Credits: 30 Semester: Semester 1

Research is a fundamental skill for Community Educators. This helps you to understand the wider social, cultural, political, and economic contexts in which you work.

It provides a foundation to challenge, change and influence policy and practice. Explore how involving communities in research can enhance the impact of your practice.

Core Modules

These modules are an essential part of your course.

Module code: CO40006 Credits: 45 Semester: Both Semester 1 and 2

Your practice inquiry allows you to explore an area you are particularly interested in. You will look into issues that have frustrated you, or that have inspired you.

You will use your inquiry to inform your own practice. You will deepen your knowledge and challenge your understanding.

Contact our enquiry team

If you have any questions about the admissions process, studying, or living in Dundee, please contact us

Use our online form