The Faculty of Arts offers industry specific short courses designed to develop your knowledge in the latest advancements in education.
Developed with School of Education, PACE (Professional and Continued Education) provides two short courses with a specific focus to provide its students with the most up-to-date skills and knowledge in online learning or wellbeing.
Learn how to apply the latest eLearning theories in your teaching practice. Develop contemporary learning experiences and create cutting-edge resources that you can confidently use in your classroom.
Online Blended Learning and Teaching comprehensively explores the most influential theories and practices for the effective use of digital technologies in secondary school classrooms. You will learn how to plan lessons, design assessments, provide feedback and create learning resources through contemporary pedagogies and cutting-edge digital tools. As you engage with the course, your own digital capabilities will also develop considerably.
Learn about the latest developments in wellbeing education, reflect on your teaching and lead with confidence.
Global Responses to Wellbeing Education provides an introduction to international developments to wellbeing in schools. Combing an overview of the field and case studies, you will learn how to support wellbeing in your school. Explore current wellbeing research, how it relates to teacher professional practice, planning and leadership.
Led by Associate Professor Mathew White, in this online short course, you will examine the latest international trends of wellbeing education, explore the strengths and limitations of various approaches to wellbeing education and able to argue a case for wellbeing in a variety of educational settings.
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