Designed to provide the professional preparation for teaching.
This four year Honours programme is designed to provide the professional preparation for teaching children across the 3 -12 years age range.
The following information provides details about the specific courses which make up this degree programme.
Additional Support for Learning ; Children’s Fiction ; Cognitive and Social Child Development ; Early Childhood: Experiences, Policy and Practice ; Gender and Primary Education ; Global Learning: Citizenship & Sustainability ; Information & Communications Technology ; Learning In and Through Art & Design ; Learning Through Partnership: Home, School & Community ; Modern Language ; Music Culture and Education ; Outdoor Learning & Primary Education ; Personal, Social & Health Education ; Physical Education ; Process Drama in the Primary School ; Religious, Moral & Philosophical Studies ; School Dissaffection - Explanation & Response ; Science, Technology & the Environment ; Scottish History in the Curriculum ; Thematic Teaching through Storyline ; Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) ; The Professional and Policy Context of Education.
The above options are those currently accredited by the University, a selection of which is offered each year depending on student demand and staff availability.
In the final year students write a dissertation based on a piece of research undertaken during their final school placement.
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This article was published on May 14, 2013