30 Credits GRADUATE YEAR


Pre-requisites: No

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Aims/Description: In this module, you have an opportunity to explore in more depth, and with structured support around educational research methods, an issue of relevance within your practice. This may either lead to a more detailed analysis in your dissertation, or serve as investigation that is sufficient in its own right. Areas likely to be explored include: - Understanding issues within your own practice in the context of academic literature, and higher education policy - Doing research within education - Carrying out a small-scale research project - Finding synergies between your research and your practices supporting learning - Supporting your development as a reflective learner, to act as a basis for continuing professional development after the end of the MEd programme.

Staff Contact: HERRICK TIM
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study,
Assessment: Blank

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