What you learn
This course is built to help you rise to your role of a modern educator, while fostering a disposition for exploring and investigating national and global education practices, policies, and contexts.
You’ll discover how to evaluate and develop your professional offering, as well as how to embrace both challenges and opportunities by using the right evidence, theories, and frameworks.
You can expect to:
- Study the purpose of education and its place within a complex system of histories, politics, geographies, economies, and potential futures
- Understand the potential of education in promoting and enabling social justice, sustainable development, and lifelong learning
- Adopt and refine a systematic, critical, and rigorous approach to being an educator in your specific context, informed from a global education mindset
- Examine the opportunities created for teachers and learners within an ever-evolving landscape of educational technologies and learning spaces
- Learn about the interdependent, cyclical nature of education and research as a social process, where translational research exists at the heart of best practice
Watch our webinar with Course Leader Dr Sarah-Louise Jones to find out about the course in more detail: