21st Century Teaching and Learning (P. Grad. Cert.)
One year, part-time ; 100 places
Is this course for me?
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. 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.
Deirdre Brennan, Moyle Park College (PG Cert 2016-17)
“Participating in the Postgraduate Certificate has helped our school introduce and embrace 21st century skills in our classrooms. We have developed a team of teachers and students that are engaged in project-based learning in the Arts, Sciences and Technology using the Bridge21 model of teaching and learning. Personally, I am enjoying a more facilitatory, creative role in my classroom, and my students have become more active learners.”
21st Century Teaching and Learning Video: https://youtu.be/ASb2AgwYrlI
One year, part-time
Number of Places100
Dr Jake Byrne
Closing Date31 July 2020
Admission Requirements: Be a currently practicing teacher who is registered with the Teaching Council of Ireland. 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).
Professional: • Be registered with the Teaching Council of Ireland; and • Have a minimum of one year’s teaching experience in schools.
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