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Art & Design Teaching - Higher Diploma in Arts (Level 8) Premium

This programme will prepare you for a career in Art & Design Teaching. Emphasis is placed on the concept of teaching as a creative activity, demanding capacities for problem solving, inventiveness, imagination and sensitivity. The programme includes three blocks of teaching experience. Successful graduates, subject to the regulations of the Department of Education & Science, will qualify for permanent wholetime appointments as teachers of art in second-level schools. The minimum entry requirement for this programme is an Honours Degree in Art & Design (Level 8) or an equivalent qualification. ... (Training Available by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT)) Art & Design Teaching - Higher Diploma in Arts (Level 8)

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PgCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

This course is suitable if you are involved in teaching or supporting learning in higher education. You gain the skills, understanding and confidence to develop an informed, reflective and self-critical approach to learning, teaching and assessment activities. We designed the course for experienced and newly appointed academic staff. Prior qualifications and experience determines your entry level. Students completing the modules  learning and teaching in higher education  extending the professional role in higher education, can claim fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. If you complete the first module only, you can join the Higher Education Academy as an associate.After completing this course, you may wish to progress onto the Postgraduate Diploma and MA Post-Compulsory Education and Training. Related courses Diploma Post-compulsory Education and Training (PCET) (Part-time) PgCert Mentoring (Part-time) MA/PgDip/PgCert Learning and Teaching (Full-time, Part-time) PgCert 14 ... (Training Available by Sheffield Hallam University) PgCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

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Additional Diploma in Teaching English (ESOL)

What will I learn?You will cover the requirements of the professional standards for Full Role ESOL specialist teachers/tutors/trainers in the post-16 sector, which were introduced by Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK) in September 2007. The LLUK units covered are:Literacy, ESOL and the learners (Level 4)ESOL theories and frameworks (Level 5)ESOL learning and teaching (Level 5).City and Guilds has combined these into two modules. The qualification is designed to enable you to:Adopt an integrated approach to the theory and practice of teaching ESOL.Reflect on your own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills, and areas for development.Identify principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation for ESOL learners.Develop confidence, communication and interpersonal skills.Develop an awareness of your professional role and responsibilities.The 45-credit Additional Diploma includes 120 contact hours, when a variety of strategies will be used including whole-class, small gr ... (Training Available by Leeds City College) Additional Diploma in Teaching English (ESOL)

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Introduction to Secondary Teaching - CertEd

What Makes This Course So Special?When talking about a career in teaching you often hear people say that they would love to teach but don’t have the formal qualifications.Many people think they can’t apply for teacher training because they don’t have a degree, but this isn’t true. What we offer at Newport are exciting undergraduate routes that enable people to bring their skills and life experiences to the classroom. Teaching is fulfilling, extremely varied and an enjoyable career choice.This course provides an innovative route into secondary teacher training designed around subjects designated by the Welsh Assembly Government as priority subjects where the demand for teachers is high, such as mathematics, science and ICT.They are extremely popular with those seeking a career change, those wishing to build upon existing higher education credits or those who are looking for new opportunities following redundancy or who wish to return to the workplace after a brea ... (Training Available by The University Of Wales, Newport) Introduction to Secondary Teaching - CertEd

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SUPPORTING TEACHING & LEARNING IN SCHOOLS

Qualification: CACHE LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA Programme Area: Health & Caring Description:This nationally recognised qualification provides an award for anyone working with pupils aged 4 -16 individually or in groups under the supervision of a teacher in education and/or learning support. The award gives you the opportunity to gain recognition if you have no formal qualification. The Cache Award is an approved technical certificate for those wishing to go on to gain a full level 2 or 3 qualification via the NVQ Teaching Assistant route (see below). ... (Training Available by Coleg Gwent) SUPPORTING TEACHING & LEARNING IN SCHOOLS

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Teaching Assistant Diploma Level 3

 If you want to develop your Teaching Assistant skills so that you can embark on a rewarding career or you are already working in a related field and want to improve your career prospects, then this is the course for you. The Distance Learning Teaching Assistant course consists of a number of modules and each one relates to a particular aspect that is important and relevant to the role of a teaching assistant. The modules are organised into two groups:   Mandatory modules - There are five of these within the Teaching Assistant course, all of these need to be completed. They are: Provide support for learning activities, Support children’s development, Help to keep children safe, Contribute to positive relationships, Provide effective support for your colleagues Optional modules - There are a number of these to choose from and two of these must be selected. They are: Use information and communication technology to support pupils’ learning, Support a chi ... (Training Available by Learn Now) Teaching Assistant Diploma Level 3

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Level 2 Teaching Assistant Certificate.

The aims of the course are to provide comprehensive knowledge and skills appropriate the conduct of a classroom support role, and to participation in a wide range of classroom support activities.As a teaching assistant you would support teachers with their everyday work in the classroom, so that they can concentrate on teaching. You could possibly have other job titles such as classroom assistant or learning support assistant too. As a teaching assistant you would also support children with individual needs, working one-to-one or in smaller groups. With experience, you may also supervise the class if the teacher is absent for a short period.In some schools you could have a specialism to further aid your students, such as literacy, numeracy, Special Educational Needs or Music. Bilingual teaching assistants are often employed in schools with children whose first language may not be English.There will always be a need for teaching assistants and the job can often be a more personal experi ... (Training Available by Durham Open Learning College) Level 2 Teaching Assistant Certificate.

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Lifelong Learning with Teaching Awards

IntroductionIn response to major reforms coming into force for teachers and trainers in the Lifelong Learning Sector from 1 September 2007, the University has developed a modular programme incorporating the new teaching awards and a Foundation degree to meet the needs of new and existing professionals for initial training and for continuing professional development. You can choose to follow a Foundation degree, take a teaching award pathway or combine both and for those with existing teaching qualifications the new programme offers continuing professional development opportunities through individual modules. The Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector – DTLLS (previously Certificate in Education) awarded by the University is designed to meet the needs of teachers in further and/or adult and community education and trainers in the public and private sector as well as those working with 14-19 year olds in vocational settings. It has been developed from high quality ... (Training Available by Canterbury Christ Church University) Lifelong Learning with Teaching Awards

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Additional Diploma in Teaching Maths (Numeracy)

About the courseYou will cover the requirements of the professional standards for Full Role Numeracy specialist teachers/tutors/trainers in the post-16 sector, which were introduced by Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK) in September 2007.What and how do you learn?The LLUK units covered are:Numeracy and the learners (Level 4)Developing numeracy knowledge and understanding (Level 5)Numeracy learning and teaching (Level 5).City and Guilds has combined these into two modules. The qualification is designed to enable you to:Adopt an integrated approach to the theory and practice of teaching numeracy.Reflect on your own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills, and areas for development.Identify principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation for numeracy learners.Develop confidence, communication and interpersonal skills.Develop an awareness of your professional role and responsibilities.The 45-credit Additional Diploma includes 120 contact hours, when a variety of str ... (Training Available by Leeds City College) Additional Diploma in Teaching Maths (Numeracy)

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MA ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

The MA English Language Teaching (ELT) provides academic and professional development for ELT practitioners looking for career advancement in innovative teaching, curriculum and creative materials development, teacher education or training and other teaching-related activities. Key features of the course include practical classroom experience, hands-on development of multi-media resources, materials development and the opportunity to pursue a specialism, such as ESOL, English for Academic Purposes, Teaching English to Young Learners or teacher training. There are two routes available: Route one (Delta Route): Designed for experienced English language teachers with a high level of English, this route offers professional training and development (including teaching practice) and can include entry for the widely recognised Delta qualification. Route two This route offers practical classroom experience, observation and language awareness for teaching purposes. It is designed for native ... (Training Available by Leeds Metropolitan University) MA ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

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Additional Teaching Courses & Classes

Teaching Assistant Certificate Level 2

 If you want to develop your Teaching Assistant skills so that you can embark on a rewarding career or you are already working in a related field and want to improve your career prospects, then this is the course for you. The aims of the Distance Learning Teaching Assistant course is to provide comprehensive knowledge and skills appropriate to the conduct of a classroom support role and to participate in a wide range of classroom support activities. As a teaching assistant your duties would be to support teachers with their everyday work in the classroom, so that they can concentrate on teaching. You could possibly have other job titles such as classroom assistant or learning support assistant too. As a teaching assistant you would also support any children that may have individual needs, working one-to-one or in smaller groups. With experience, you may also supervise the class if the teacher is absent for a short period. In some schools you could have specialist skil ... (Training Available by Learn Now) Teaching Assistant Certificate Level 2

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Irish for Primary School Teaching

Irish for Primary School Teaching Designed for those who wish to gain entry to Teaching College and require a C3 or above in the Leaving Certificate the course is offered weekly.(Training Available by Ashfield College) Irish for Primary School Teaching

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Master of Arts in Teaching

Program Learning OutcomesThe Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree is designed for practicing educators who want to enhance their teaching skills, broaden their intellectual and professional understanding by interrelating educational theory and practice to promote lifelong learning efforts, and sustain their commitment as instructional leaders in the K-12 settings.Lead Faculty: Dr. Dee L. Fabry Upon completion of this program, candidates are expected to:Reflect on their own teaching practice which includes professional and ethical conduct;Build professional relationships/networks;Build learning communities within their school/classroom;Analyze cross-cultural educational issues;Identify, describe, and apply theories of curriculum as they relate to state approved standards;Design and Implement assessments in the classroom, school, and district;Use technology for research and teaching;Use multiple teaching models and assessment strategies;Implement, assess, and evaluate standards-based ... (Training Available by National University) Master of Arts in Teaching

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MA English Language Teaching

This course is forUK and international graduates with no or limitedprofessional teaching experience who plan tofollow or develop a career in English language teaching.  Through this course youbecome aninformed, inquiring and confidentteacher through reflective engagement with your learning and teaching over the year.You gain critical and reflective understanding of English language classroom practice andresearch skills. The course draws on and incorporates international settingsallowing you toexperience and evaluate a range of teaching and assessment methods and prepare you for teaching in the international context. You develop your skills in critically evaluating areas oftheory and practice in English language teaching applying knowledge to lesson planning and developing learning materials for a range of learners developing and evaluating research instruments and data analysis reflecting critically on your development as a teacher and classroom researcher co ... (Training Available by Sheffield Hallam University) MA English Language Teaching

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Teaching and Learning with Today's Technologies

Course OverviewUsing Free and Low Cost Tools in the ClassroomThe following course is offered during the Summer Term only in partnership between ICEP Europe and the Inclusive Learning Group .The core objective of this course is to provide teachers with a clear overview of educational technology resources which are freely available or can be obtained at a very low cost. The course outlines teaching methods to develop and extend students’ learning in an inclusive environment by using technology. The emphasis will be placed on practicable classroom applications of these resources, supported by reference to the current literature in the educational technology field.The course will also provide teachers with a clear understanding of the use of emerging Web 2.0 tools including cloud computing, social networking, blogging and podcasting in order to foster creativity, personalised learning and collaboration. A clear pedagogical rationale will be presented for the use of these emerging te ... (Training Available by ICEP Europe) Teaching and Learning with Today's Technologies

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Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential

Preliminary Single Subject Teaching CredentialAt Hope, the SB 2042 Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential program provides state approved professional preparation for a career in California public schools, grades 7 – 12. The program provides a background in theory, principles, materials, and teaching methodology for successful application in classroom settings. It also prepares and entitles individuals to teach students who are English Learners. Our program features sound research training, a curriculum blend of theory and practice, and values-laden teaching from faculty with top academic credentials and real world experience. The SB 2042 Preliminary Single Subject Credential program is 30 unitsOn-campus Classes are offered at the Orange Education Center and the Corona Education Center, both with close freeway access. Courses are offered once a week in the late afternoons and evenings in 8-week modules.Online Online courses provide an interactive learning environment thr ... (Training Available by Hope International University) Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential

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Developing and expanding teaching material

Course outlineWhat is the course about?This course aims to demonstrate how PowerPoint and Word can be used to run a lipreading lesson from a PC or laptop. It will demonstrate what equipment is required and also involves basic training on Microsoft PowerPoint. Pointers will also be given on how to organise your teaching materials on your computer.What topics will we cover?Overview and demonstration: how it all works what equipment is neededCreating a basic PowerPoint presentation: creating a new presentation saving the presentation adding slides using bullet points and levels using pictures on slides animating the presentation to control the introduction of text and pictures running the presentationSetting up Word for substitutions, class instructions and adlibbing: changing the view, zoom and background colour setting the default font with a quick keystroke using autocorrect to add a 'tick' and 'cross' quicklyPutting it all together - running the lesson: loading Word and ... (Training Available by City Lit) Developing and expanding teaching material

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Beginners French for primary teaching (GE054)

Do you need to learn French or improve your knowledge of French for the classroom? This course is designed to provide basic knowledge of French for the primary context and supports you as a teacher, teaching assistant, school-based professional or volunteer helper by developing speaking and listening skills and teaching basic grammar enjoyably! You will be able to try out different classroom ideas during the course and develop a set of resources you can draw on for interesting and diverse lessons. ... (Training Available by Open University in Ireland) Beginners French for primary teaching (GE054)

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MA ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

The MA English Language Teaching (ELT) provides academic and professional development for ELT practitioners looking for career advancement in innovative teaching, curriculum and creative materials development, teacher education or training and other teaching-related activities. Key features of the course include practical classroom experience, hands-on development of multi-media resources, materials development and the opportunity to pursue a specialism, such as ESOL, English for Academic Purposes, Teaching English to Young Learners or teacher training. There are two routes available: Route one (Delta Route): Designed for experienced English language teachers with a high level of English, this route offers professional training and development (including teaching practice) and can include entry for the widely recognised Delta qualification. Route two This route offers practical classroom experience, observation and language awareness for teaching purposes. It is designed for native ... (Training Available by Leeds Metropolitan University) MA ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

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English Language Teaching

This course is aimed at international students who are interested in a career in English language teaching, and who may have a limited amount of teaching experience. The programme provides a foundation in issues related to English language teaching, and offers participants the opportunity to explore in-depth aspects of English and to explore the theory and practice of language teaching in relation to the international context. Participants are also equipped with high-level analytical and investigative skills. Course structure Students engage in preparatory reading for weekly seminars, which offer opportunities for discussion. They may also be asked to present their ideas formally to fellow students. In addition, students are expected to work independently, reading around their subject, identifying relevant areas for further enquiry, and undertaking a small-scale research study. Students are supported through individual tutorials and the university's online virtual learning environment ... (Training Available by University of Brighton) English Language Teaching

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