University Award Introduction to Teaching, Learning and Assessment

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Duration Part-time, Single Module
Start date October 2020
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This module has been designed by staff experienced in academic practice who are active researchers in addition to their teaching role. We promote a flexible approach to learning and assessment in recognition that you will already have a busy working life. The module forms part of the PgC in Learning and Teaching for Higher Education.

This module has professional accreditation leading to NMC Practice Teacher.

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The academic credit from this module can be carried into the full PgC in Learning and Teaching for Higher Education.

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