PGCE Secondary Art and DesignBath Spa University
£ 11,600 - ($ 304,379)
- Seminario práctico
- En 2 sedes (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
· University training
The University element includes a full programme of studio-based activities including two-dimensional work, sculptural techniques, ceramics, puppetry, printmaking, textiles, photography, multimedia. University based work builds both specialist and cross curricular competence within the framework of the National Curriculum and external examination requirements for art and design.
We’ll encourage you to think critically about research, national initiatives and classroom practice, as well as supporting you in the process of reflective evaluation.
· School training
The school-based element will develop a practical grasp of the National Curriculum requirements for art and design at Key Stages 3 and 4. The programme will enable you to meet the QTS Standards in respect of pupils aged 11-16. There are opportunities to undertake university based education for planning, teaching and assessing the post-16 age range. It will also give you the opportunity to develop innovative approaches to art and design education through participating in cross-curricular projects with other subject specialisms, designing and implementing stimulating curriculum resources.
Your development is facilitated through continued studio practice across a wide range of media as well as through the building of professional generic skills during the University based elements of the programme. A comprehensive series of seminars and workshops provides the opportunity to extend understanding of a range of pedagogical methodologies within art and design, through a reflective approach to your own practice.
School-based work is central to the programme and a variety of school phases are provided in order to give you a broad experience of art and design education. This aspect of the programme involves a range of school phases which enables you to build confidence and competence across the whole period of the programme, participating in the pastoral and extra-curricular aspects of school life as well as being active within the art department.