30 Credits AUTUMN



Aims/Description: This module examines a range of perspectives relating to the knowledge, skills and competencies that leaders and practitioners are required to demonstrate in the field of early childhood education. Concepts such as 'quality', 'accountability' and 'professionalism' will be critically evaluated in relation to political and ideological standpoints. Students will reflect upon professional and/or leadership roles and evaluate what quality, accountability and professionalism might 'look like' in a wide range of socio-cultural and geographical contexts. Students will be encouraged to develop and evaluate approaches to leadership/professional practice and to consider contributions to communities of practice.

Staff Contact: CHESWORTH ELIZABETH A
Teaching Methods: Tutorials, Problem solving, Independent Study
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

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