Registration Deadline: 31st May
The B.Ed. Early Secondary programme specialisation in Social Sciences is designed to equip participants with knowledge, skills and attitude to become effective and reflective practitioners. In addition, the purpose of the programme is to enhance the quality of education and training for adolescents and adult learners.
The key principles of the B.Ed. Secondary programme specialisation in Social Sciences aim to provide focus and direction relating to:
- Learners and learning
- Professional practice in education and training
- Quality and practice in professional
The principles are integral parts of the programme and thus encompass the concept of reflective practice and that of being a reflective practitioner. The programme is designed to enhance practice through insight, understanding and skills development within the context of reflective teaching.
3 to 5 years part time
Twice a week
The programme is offered in English.
The programme is offered part time.
B.Ed Early Secondary with specialisation in Social Sciences
Introduction to Social Sciences
Sense of History
Foundation in Human Geography
Foundation in Physical Geography
Social and Cultural History
History through Novels and Films
Enquiring Learning (1)
Enquiring Learning (2)
Empires and Colonies
Case studies in the Seychelles Context
Issues in History or Geography Education
Action Research in Education – methodologies 1
Curriculum and Policy in History or Geography
Action Research in Education – methodologies 2
Action Research in Social Science Education – practical
The programme will have two major components: theoretical and practical. The former will be achieved through lectures and tutorials. The latter will involve Work-Based Experience (WBE) in relevant educational institution(s).
Programme participants will be supported throughout their programme by lecturers and other support staff to become competent and reflective practitioners.
The programme is suitable for participants who have scored a total of not less than 5 points at AS/A Level including a minimum Grade D at A Level in intended subject of specialization.
Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Education and at least 2 years in Teaching with IGCSE grade C, or equivalent, in English and Mathematics.
RPL entry, Certificates entry requirements, recommendation from the employer, and at least 10 years of teaching experience.
SCR 100,000 per year *
*Fees are subject to change.
The University offers flexible payment plans and special tuition fees for self funding students. Kindly contact us for more information regarding these fees.
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