The module will promote a questioning and analytical approach to the issues that affect small-group coaching, learning and assessment. In particular, participants will consider the roles and responsibilities of being an ensemble coach; eg providing inspiration, providing musical direction, setting the curriculum, creating performance opportunities, dealing with interpersonal problems, providing feedback.
The module aims to raise awareness of the wider benefits of alternatives to the master-apprentice model, eg autonomous learning, deep learning and intrinsic motivation on the part of the students, professional satisfaction and development on the part of the teacher, fostering creative communities of practice at the institutional level.
The module is taught through a 2-day workshop.
This may be taken as a stand-alone short course or as part of one of the Institute of Education's masters programmes, such as MA Teaching and Learning in Higher and Professional Education, and MA Music Education.
Please see www.ioe.ac.uk for up-to-date fees and funding detailsNot specified
A good first degree or equivalent. You should currently be employed in an appropriate educational or professional institution or similar setting, since the programme requires practical work within a teaching or training context, and elements of the assessment framework are also strongly related to your employment context.
English language proficiency
If your first language is not English, the Institute will need proof of your proficiency in English. We will accept the following evidence:
If you have achieved a score of at least 5.5 in reading and writing modules of IELTS or 500 in TOEFL but are unable or do not wish to resit an English language test, you may enrol for our presessional course in English for Academic Purposes. Please see www.ioe.ac.uk/caplits for more information.
No work experience is required.
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