You will be sharing some of your own experience of being observed as well as observing others and develop a critical understanding of ways of observing and feeding back. You will critically analyse and reflect on the place of observations in the context of your institution, your area, your role and the education sector (further, adult and higher education).
Observing Others (Level 6)
- Institute Code W75
- UCAS Code
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- Start Date(s) 19 September 2022
- Award Undergraduate Credit
- Study Mode Part-time Distance Learning
- Course Length Part-time Distance Learning (1 year)
- Campus Location Distance Learning
- School School of Education
- Course Status This course is subject to approval
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Applicants should hold either a Certificate in Education Post Compulsory Education or Foundation Degree in Post Compulsory Education and ben an educational professional currently working in Lifelong Education settings including Higher Education.
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