Master in Education: Learning, Pedagogy and Assessment - Máster en Educación: Aprendizaje, Pedagogía y Evaluación
You will develop a further understanding of Special Educational Needs (SEN) issues, for example issues relating to behaviour, language and communication and autism
This pathway will allow you to progress in providing education and support within the SEN category
You will have the opportunity to reflect on SEN practices and discuss them with others, and also share related reflections and ideas
You will read critically material relevant to SEN issues and discuss texts in a seminar context, thereby deepening your awareness of SEN topics
You’ll usually need an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification and a role within education that will allow you to complete the work based assignments. Even if you don’t have these entry requirements it’s worth contacting us if you have relevant professional experience as we may be able to consider your application.
Masterly Academic Practices
Evidence Based Practice
Prescribed pathway modules
Specific Learning Difficulties
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Current Issues and Concerns
Our graduates have said that this course gave them the confidence to apply for positions that they would not usually consider, as a consequence of this their professional performance has improved. Some of our graduates have gone on to become advanced skills teachers, disability coordinators, assistant headteachers and headteachers.
You may also wish to go on to further study such as MPhil, EdD or PhD in the Faculty of Education, Health and Sciences.