Positive Behaviour Management
School of Education, Trinity College Dublin
Master in Education (Positive Behaviour Management)
Applications can now be made for the Positive Behaviour Management programme organised collaboratively by the Professional Development Service for Teachers and the School of Education Trinity College Dublin.[please see here for further details (PDF)]
Aims of the programme
This programme is designed to disseminate skills and knowledge around a wide area of concerns related to challenging behaviour in the school context.
Who is the programme for?
Teachers working in Primary and Post-Primary Education, and others with a professional interest in education are encouraged to apply.
The taught component contains four modules, with each module containing approximately 25 hours of contact time. The blended learning approach involves a mix of distance education and face-to-face interaction. Some modules are delivered in Trinity College Dublin and others are delivered on a regional basis.
Those students who have attained a satisfactory level in their module assignments progress to the dissertation year. Students are required to submit their dissertation within twelve months normally. This is a research year and the student will be involved in the writing of a dissertation under the guidance of a supervisor.