This specialist pathway is aimed at those interested in exploring the application and impact of technologies in educational settings.;
The pathway is ideal for:;
Teachers, lecturers and support staff working in formal educational contexts where technology is increasingly used to support learning;
Museum curators, heritage specialists and other professionals interested in using technology outside of formal settings to support learners;
Work-based mentors and supervisors who wish to explore how mobile technologies support learning in the workplace;
Leaders and those responsible for the strategic implementation of new technologies in educational settings.
Programme available January and September each year.
The University of Hull
You study three core modules:;Contemporary and Critical Perspectives in Education; Research Methodologies in Education; International and Intercultural Education;
And a specialised module:;Digital Technologies;
You then complete a 60 credit dissertation which will allow you to identify and examine a topic of interest to you.
Students complete a dissertation which allows them to identify and examine a topic of interest.
A minimum 2:2 First degree or equivalent in relevant subject or appropriate experience in a professional environment; International applicants - Competence in English is required for international students. For example: IELTS with 6.0 overall with 5.5 in each skill; previous study in English is accepted; candidates that do not meet the language requirements may take an English course at the University of Hull prior to entering the programme.