21st Century Teaching & Learning
The course modules aim to enhance the expertise of participant teachers in new models of teaching and learning with particular emphasis on Science Technology Engineering Maths/Computer Science. They also aim to address complex challenges related to developing an inclusive educational environment and preparing all school students for higher academic aspiration and progression, through a focus on whole school culture, leadership and change.
|Award Name||Postgraduate Certificate|
|Awarding Body||University of Dublin|
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|Postgraduate Certificate||University of Dublin|
1 year part-time.
Admission Requirements: Each applicant must meet the following academic and professional criteria.
Academic: Possess qualifications and competencies recognised at Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications (for example, a higher diploma or an honours degree).
Supporting documentation, such as academic transcripts and parchments, references and CVs, must be received by 31st July 2022.
Be registered with the Teaching Council of Ireland and/or have a minimum of one year’s experience working in educational or related contexts.
Be in employment as an educator during the academic year for which the applicant is applying to the programme.
Careers / Further progression
Using the the Bridge21 pedagogical model, this course equips in-service teachers with the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to support the development of an innovative learning culture within schools, that is team-based, technology mediated, project-focused and cross curricular.
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Next Intake: September 2023
Closing Date: 1st September 2023
What do I need to include in my application?
An application form (submitted online), two references and an up-to-date CV are required for all applications. An academic transcript from your degree, and a degree certificate (parchment) are also required. If you won't be able to submit the transcript or certificate until after 30th June, please upload placeholder documents in order to submit the application. Students who studied for their primary degree through a medium other than English are asked to provide certification of their linguistic competence in English (e.g. grade 6.5 IELTS).
When will I be informed of the decision on my application?
Applications are assessed and offers are made on a rolling basis. For non-EU students, we aim to communicate a decision on applications within three weeks of receiving the completed application.
It is intended that participant teachers will learn how to develop and lead a 'cultural change process' within the classroom and the wider school community. This course is aimed at secondary school teachers.
Course Coordinator: Dr Jake Byrne | Email:BYRNEJ40@tcd.ie
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