Why study FdA Learning and Teaching at Middlesex University? Our one-year BA Learning and Teaching mixes theory with experiential learning in the workplace to give you a solid understanding of the wider context of learning and teaching. You’ll develop your knowledge, understanding and experience in different school contexts, gaining the qualifications to advance your career towards qualified teacher status (QTS) or other graduate career paths. You’ll have the flexibility to study while you work - spending one day each week engaged in online learning activities to build on your existing experience and receive educational support. Develop your teaching skills through practice We’ve been delivering education courses for over 60 years, and our experienced researchers and teaching staff are always on hand to give you the support you need to succeed. The BA Learning and Teaching degree gives you an ideal foundation to advance your career as it links experiential learning in the workplace to your studies and coursework. On completing the course, you’ll have the opportunity to progress to an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) course as a route to gaining Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Get the support you need to succeed During your course, you’ll get personalised support from your Personal Tutor. Their first-hand experience in the subject area of Education means they understand how to best support you. You’ll also get support from our Learning Enhancement Team (LET), who have experience in your subject area. Our BA Learning and Teaching gives you the ideal foundation to progress your career with postgraduate study, an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programme or other career options.
Year 1 Curriculum Studies 1: Language and Literacy (30 credits) Inclusive Practices (30 credits) How Pupils Learn and Develop (30 credits) Education Policy and Practice (30 Credits) Year 2 Curriculum Studies 2: Exploring Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) (30 credits) Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (30 credits) Research Informed Practice (30 credits) Understanding Behaviour (30 credits)
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
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