PGCE Secondary Physical EducationBath Spa University
£ 11,600 - ($ 304,311)
- Seminario práctico
- London (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
Health and Safety
· Residential course and building subject knowledge
At the start of the programme there is a week long residential course which deals with the area of Outdoor and Adventurous Activities. This is followed by a further week of courses to boost your subject knowledge covering other activity areas within the PE National Curriculum.
· University training
Within this one year programme you’ll have a combination of University based activities, which cover the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching PE, and school based phases. These school phases are in two main blocks with a six week phase from November until the Christmas break and a longer second phase commencing in February until June.
· School training
You’ll undertake additional school phases, in accordance with the PGCE Secondary Programme Structure and Content, which will build on and reinforce the school based education. You’ll plan, teach and assess PE lessons across the full range of subject activities, taking into account health and safety factors and children's physical and motor development.
A personalised process of continuous assessment ensures that learning is appropriate and effective. Assessment takes account of both the programme experience and the school or setting and includes researching developing practice through assignment tasks. Support is provided to develop a rigorous evidence-based account of your educational journey.
Assessment in all of the PGCE programmes is designed to be progressive and to assist you in the provision of evidence to support your achievement against the Standards for QTS.
PGCE programmes are assessed in University, school or other settings. The evidence base includes:
· Formally assessed assignments
· Professional dialogue in progress reviews
· The Professional Learning and Practice portfolio
· School phase reports and observations
· Professional development activities
· Subject knowledge tests and tasks (where appropriate)
Five Progress Review Points are held each year. These assessment points review your attainment, professional learning and SMART target setting