FdA Supporting Teaching and Learning.

Key Facts
  • Starts September 2021
  • Course Type Part Time
  • Duration Two Years
  • You Need 1 Requirements needed View

Introduction

This foundation degree will develop your skills to enable you to effectively support children’s learning in schools and other educational settings. It will be particularly beneficial for people who are working, or who wish to work, with children or young people to support teaching and learning, particularly those children and young people with special educational needs.

What will I learn

Level 4 modules: • Behaviour that Challenges • Exploring and Planning Learning • Personal and Professional Development • Personal and Professional Development Portfolio • Working with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Level 5 modules: • Inclusive Practice • Professional Development Plan • Professional Development Portfolio • Research in Supporting Teaching and Learning • Safeguarding Children and Young People

How will I learn

You will be taught through seminars, lectures, interactive workshop sessions and our virtual learning environment with allocated tutorial support which focuses on study skills. You will receive written and oral feedback to help you improve your future work.

What's next

After successful completion of the foundation degree, you can top-up to a full degree by completing the BA (Hons) Education and Training, delivered at both Stockton Riverside College and Redcar & Cleveland College.

Additional Information

The programme is assessed through course work which includes essays, reports, case studies, research reports and portfolio work.

You will be taught by our experienced and supporting tutors, using a variety of learning methods
This higher education course is in partnership with Teesside University
Study on a part-time basis and fit your studies around your work and family commitments
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