Learning About Creative Education
The first unit, Learning About Creative Education, focuses on how students learn in creative contexts and enables you to explore inclusive and intercultural approaches to education. Using relevant academic literature, you will examine the characteristics of creative learning environments and guidance, and consider the role of assessment and feedback in effective learning. The unit also provides opportunities to compare the educational value of a range of learning technologies, and to consider ways of engaging and motivating students.
Analysing Creative Education
The second unit, Analysing Creative Education, explores the ways in which educational experiences can enable us to transcend personal and professional constraints, and examines your role in facilitating these opportunities. By relating your professional experiences to relevant academic literature, you will critically reflect on issues including:
- the role of assessment and feedback in effective learning,
- your role in quality assurance,
- appropriate and creative use of a range of learning technologies, and
- the wider social and policy context of creative education.
By the end of the unit, you will be able to critically reflect on your professional development needs and identify potential next steps.
Fees and additional course costs
The course fees per year for 2020 entry are:
- UK and EU students full-time - £2,640
Additional course costs
In addition to the tuition fees please see the additional course costs for 2020 entry.
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These fees are correct for the stated academic year only. Costs may increase each year during a student’s period of continued registration on course in line with inflation (subject to any maximum regulated tuition fee limit). Any adjustment for continuing students will be at or below the RPI-X forecast rate.
Our course provides the opportunity to focus on developing teaching practice, at the same time as professional art and design practice. This dual professionalism is highly valued in FE and HE contexts.
You will gain experience of developing a small-scale research project provides experience of producing, writing and disseminating research.
Past participants have found this valuable when applying for practice-based research funding or writing PhD proposals.