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The Master of Education in Early Childhood Education is a two-year part time taught programme delivered on campus and online. In Year 1, students undertake five modules, with two of the modules Leading and Mentoring for Professional Practice and Quantitative Research Methods delivered in a blended learning environment and one module Qualitative Research Methods delivered online.
On campus lectures normally take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings…Find out more
The programme aims to build capacity in schools in the area of SpLD/Dyslexia and to develop teachers who would be expected to:
- Select, administer and interpret detailed diagnostic assessments and use appropriate psychometric tools
- Effectively identify and use appropriate strategies, interventions and approaches to support learners with Dyslexic-type difficulties
- Provide expert advice to parents and professionals in different settings and at all levels
- Support mainstream teachers, contribute to the effective…
The Master of Education in Literacy Professional Practice is designed for classroom teachers who are seeking to develop deep expertise in literacy theory, research and evidence-based practices. The programme of study draws on a wide variety of theoretical models and processes, perspectives, instructional models, curricular frameworks, and policies in relation to literacy.
Three core modules in year one examine a range of theoretical perspectives and models underpinning literacy development in relation to the creative, aesthetic and affective dimensions of literacy as well as…Find out more
Why do this programme?
The Masters of Education in Autism is designed to meet the professional and personal needs of educators seeking to acquire deep expertise in the area of evidence informed education for pupils on the autism spectrum. There is a particular focus on the translation of research evidence and theory into best practices in schools.
Graduates will develop the skills and knowledge to effectively collaborate with others and lead the development of a culture of inclusion for students on the autism spectrum in primary, post-primary or special schools, and other…Find out more
This newly revised offering combines the expertise of Electronic Systems and Telecommunications Engineering in an updated, industry-relevant modern programme.:
- To obtain a systematic understanding of the theory, concepts and methods at the forefront of knowledge pertaining to selected topics chosen from a wide set within Electronic & Computer Engineering.
- To form a critical awareness of present-day, state-of-the-art and current developments and research at the forefront of a range of specialised areas in Electronic & Computer …
The Master of Education programme combines educational theory and applied studies and assists learners in the development of up-to-date knowledge in a chosen area of specialisation and beyond. The programme incorporates current educational thinking and the most effective pedagogical practices within a wide range of contemporary educational issues.
The key focus of the programme is that it offers students an opportunity to develop expertise in a chosen field, to critically reflect on your own practice and thinking, while also engaging with educational research and theory. It provides…Find out more
The programme offers advanced-level courses in the theory, analysis, design and modelling of electronic and computer technology in an up-to-date, industry-relevant modern programme, which aims for students:
To obtain a systematic understanding of the theory, concepts and methods at the forefront of knowledge pertaining to selected topics chosen from a wide set within Electronic and Computer Engineering.
To form a critical awareness of the present-day state-of-the-art and…
To provide students with the opportunity to gain a breadth of knowledge and experience in different therapeutic modalities.
To develop an in-depth knowledge of an Integrative approach to Psychotherapy.
To stimulate students to become reflective practitioners who are sensitive to and led by the needs of the client.
To equip students with the knowledge, common factor skills and core competencies to enable them to establish a good working alliance and practise safely and effectively as psychotherapists.
To provide a stimulating inquiry based learning environment…Find out more
The strong practical focus of the programme culminates in a project, carried out over the summer months. Typically, students will develop a prototype software system in their Major area that targets a real-world problem. They may also analyse processes or techniques, and propose and evaluate alternatives. Most projects are individual but, exceptionally, may be carried out as part of a team.
Students may also be sponsored by external clients or develop their own ideas. Typically, projects commence with a feasibility study, followed by the creation of a project plan and…Find out more