Structure, modules and assessment
There are compulsory core modules, accompanied by a range of modules as part of your elective course. Students undertake 4 modules (30 credits each) plus a dissertation (60 credits).
- ED.S831: Education, Evaluation and Research (30 credits)
- ED.S832: Tutor-Supported Independent Study (30 credits)
- ED.S839: Current Issues and Debates in Technology Enhanced Learning (30 credits).
- ED.S835: Challenging Educational Inequalities (30 credits)
- ED.S836: Policies, Ideologies and Interventions in Education (30 credits)
- ED.S837: Globalism, Multiculturalism and Education (30 credits)
- ED.S838: The Principles of Collaborative Learning (30 credits)
- ED.S833: Research Dissertation (15,000-20,000 words) (60 credits)
Please note that the list of modules reflects the current offerings at the time of publication; however, there may be some unavoidable changes.
Students are assessed through formative and summative assessment based on their understanding of the various ways in which technology enhanced learning can be understood, dexterity with critically reflecting on the role technology plays in teaching and learning, and adeptness of the key issues involved in researching technology enhanced learning.