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Middlesex University

Higher Education PGCert

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Middlesex University
En London (England)
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Are you a teaching passionate? Would you like to continue your studies in this area? This is the right option for what you are looking for.

Studying the PGCert Higher Education gives you an important grounding in teaching skills and practices, as well as providing support mechanisms for the constant development of your teaching practice. This programme is fully accredited by the Higher Education Academy (HEA).

The PGCert Higher Education is a vital developmental qualification for both new members of academic staff who are just embarking on a career in Higher Education, as well as those who may have been teaching for a while but have had no formal guidance in learning and teaching strategies.

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Lo mejor: Don't plan to go here before graduation or unless you know how to write a good thesis. It can make your experience a bit harder than it is.
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Curso realizado: Julio 2017
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IT
Teaching
Design
Accredited
IT Development
Teaching Techniques
Development
Education
Pace
Reflection
Practice
Mechanisms
Education Policy
appropriate level
teaching practice

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Course content

What will you study on the PGCert Higher Education?

The programme comprises four modules, 15 credits each, that allow students to develop their practice at an appropriate level and pace.

The programme offers an important grounding in teaching techniques and practices as well as providing support mechanisms for the continuing development of teaching practice beyond the confines of the programme itself. The programme is fully accredited by the Higher Education Academy (HEA).

This programme is taught through two modes:

  1. Face-to-face with study days throughout the year and engaging in reflection on practice
  2. Distance learning, delivered entirely online with dedicated tutor support.

  • Modules
    • Pedagogy in Higher Education (15 credits) - Compulsory

      This module focuses on your development as a teacher. It offers a range of practical techniques and methods, underpinned by scholarship, which supports your work with students and allows you to grow in confidence. The core topics of the module will introduce the key learning theories and approaches, and identify the needs of a diverse group of learners. You will learn to structure and plan learning experiences, learning materials and effective teaching techniques to engage students. You will explore assessment strategies and the theories that underpin such approaches as well as effective feedback practices and theories. You will ensure that your curriculum design promotes learning.

      Assessment

      The module will be assessed by:

      • Maintenance of a reflective learning blog (formative)
      • Teaching observations (two formatives and one summative)
      • Reflective narrative accompanied by of evidence of practice (summative)
      Teaching dates

      September 2018 start

      WorkshopDateTimeWelcome and workshop 1Wednesday 12 September 20189.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 2Wednesday 19 September 20189.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 3Wednesday 10 October 20189.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 4Wednesday 24 October 20189.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 5 Wednesday 7 November 20189.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 6 Wednesday 21 November 20189.30am - 1.00pmFinal submission deadlineMonday 17 December 20185.00pm

      January 2019 start

      WorkshopDateTimeWelcome and workshop 1Monday 14 January 20199.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 2Monday 21 January 20199.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 3Monday 28 January 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 4Monday 11 February 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 5 Monday 25 February 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 6 Monday 11 March 20199.30am - 1.00pmFinal submission deadlineMonday 8 April 20195.00pm

    • Philosophy and Policy of Higher Education (15 credits) - Compulsory

      This module focuses on the study of higher education from different philosophical perspectives and explores key debates in national and international higher education policy. The core topics of the module will explore the purpose and aims of higher education as well as the notion of education flourishing and what it is to be human. You will look at higher education policy and current developments, and focus on diversity in higher education and the marketisation of higher education.

      Assessment

      The module will be assessed by:

      • Maintenance of a reflective learning blog (formative)
      • Two written pieces of coursework (summative)
      Teaching dates

      September 2018 start

      WorkshopDateTimeWorkshop 1Thursday 20 September 20189.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 2Wednesday 31 October 20189.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 3Wednesday 28 November 20189.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 4Wednesday 12 December 20189.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 5 Wednesday 9 January 20199.30am - 1.00pmFinal submission deadlineMonday 4 February 20195.00pm

      January 2019 start

      WorkshopDateTimeWorkshop 1Monday 4 February 20199.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 2Monday 4 March 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 3Monday 25 March 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 4Monday 1 April 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 5 Monday 8 April 20199.30am - 1.00pmFinal submission deadlineMonday 6 May 20195.00pm

    • Pedagogy and Practice in Higher Education (15 credits) - Compulsory

      This module focuses on the key aspects of module and programme design, including the importance of classroom methodologies and assessment systems in promoting and supporting learning. The core topics of the module will explore strategies to engage students in a variety of contexts and disciplines as well as assessment strategies and the theories that underpin such approaches. You will learn effective feedback practices and theories, and curriculum design to promote inclusive learning. 

      Assessment

      The module will be assessed by:

      • Maintenance of a reflective learning blog (formative)
      • Teaching observations (one formative and one summative)
      • Reflective report (summative)
      Teaching dates

      September 2018 start

      WorkshopDateTime Workshop 1 Wednesday 16 January 2019 9.30am - 4.30pm Workshop 2 Wednesday 23 January 2019 9.30am - 4.30pm Workshop 3 Wednesday 30 January 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Workshop 4 Wednesday 13 February 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Workshop 5 Wednesday 27 February 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Workshop 6 Wednesday 13 March 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Final submission deadline Monday 6 May 2019 5.00pm

      January 2019 start

      WorkshopDateTime Workshop 1 Monday 29 April 2019 9.30am - 4.30pm Workshop 2 Monday 31 May 2019 9.30am - 4.30pm Workshop 3 Monday 20 May 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Workshop 4 Monday 3 June 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Workshop 5 Monday 10 June 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Workshop 6 Monday 24 June 2019 9.30am - 1.00pm Final submission deadline Monday 16 September 2019 5.00pm

    • Psychology of Learning in Higher Education (15 credits) - Compulsory

      This module focuses on promoting student engagement and learning through the study of various psychological theories and practical applications relevant to enhancing the experience of higher education. The core topics of the module will focus on psychological perspectives and research on thinking and learning. You will explore motivation and agentic engagement with feedback as well as positive psychology, emotional intelligence, resilience and development of self-identity
      and self-efficacy. You will understand organisational change management and evaluation approaches for implementing
      developments in higher education.

      Assessment

      The module will be assessed by:

      • Maintenance of a reflective learning blog (formative)
      • Presentation (summative)
      Teaching dates

      September 2018 start

      WorkshopDateTimeWorkshop 1Wednesday 3 April 20199.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 2Wednesday 10 April 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 3Wednesday 1 May 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 4Wednesday 15 May 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 5 Wednesday 29 May 20199.30am - 1.00pmFinal submission deadlineMonday 1 July 20195.00pm

      January 2019 start

      WorkshopDateTimeWorkshop 1Monday 9 September 20199.30am - 4.30pmWorkshop 2Monday 16 September 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 3Monday 14 October 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 4Monday 28 October 20199.30am - 1.00pmWorkshop 5 Monday 11 November 20199.30am - 1.00pmFinal submission deadlineMonday 13 January 20205.00pm

You can find more information about this course in the programme specification. Optional modules are not offered on every course. If we have insufficient numbers of students interested in an optional module, or there are staffing changes which affect the teaching, it may not be offered. If an optional module will not run, we will advise you after the module selection period when numbers are confirmed, or at the earliest time that the programme team make the decision not to run the module, and help you choose an alternative module.

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