The BA Honours Degree in Education is a top-up programme of 120 credits at level 6 for those who already hold a foundation degree (such as the existing Foundation Degrees in Education and Training, Early Years, and Supporting Teaching and Learning) or their equivalents at Level 4 & 5 with total credits of 240. It will give participants a new network of colleagues and an opportunity to enjoy the challenges of further study for a full degree award.
Students on NESCOT higher education course are typically taught in class sizes of 16 or fewer.
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One year course runs for five hours per week from 2.00pm to 7.00pm on Tuesday from September to May. No observation or placement is required.
The BA Education Studies modules are:
The course includes both formative or practice assessment and formal summative assessments. The purpose of a formative assessment is to develop and test your understanding in the subject area. Formative assessments do not count towards your final module mark but your course team will give you feedback to help you improve. Formal or summative assessments normally count towards your module/unit mark and therefore towards your final award (i.e. class of degree, distinction/merit/pass). Assessment methods may include written examinations, and a range of coursework assessments such as essays, reports, portfolios, performance, presentations and often a major project or dissertation in the final year.
All candidates will be interviewed and will be required to undertake assessments. Applicants are normally required to hold a level 2 qualification in Communication or a GCSE in English Language. Candidates who already hold 240 credits from a foundation degree in education or related subject area, Cert Ed holders and DTLLS holders will be required to do 120 additional credits in order to access the BA top-up.
This course will enable students to gain a deeper understanding and insight into their work in highly complex settings. Graduates will become more effective practitioners and play a full part in professional teams within an educational setting. Successful students can progress to Masters level programmes at Higher Institutions of Learning.
Course Leader: Paul Banthorpe
0208 394 3053
This course sheet was updated on 26/04/17 and relates to the programmes we intend to offer in September 2017. Nescot encourages students from all backgrounds, with a wide range of skills, experience and abilities, to succeed. Please let us know if you have any difficulties or disabilities, so that we can discuss what extra support can be arranged for you.
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