Modern technology affects all aspects of our lives, including education. E-learning format is no longer considered a novelty and blending traditional teaching methods with online learning has proven to positively affect student learning.
This Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) equips students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to engage in changes affecting education. This course is aimed for those wishing to further explore blended teaching methods and opportunities to be a part of changing world of education.
Situated in South West England, Falmouth University’s reputation for teaching has earned them a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. It is a place where bright minds come together, explore new ideas, innovate and much more. The University is a springboard for launching the careers of its graduates. Its ties with leading companies, agencies help with the industry connection. They push boundaries by focusing on and exploring the potential of new technology and entrepreneurship.
The course content offers a combination of E-seminars, forums, discussions and other learning activities facilitating student interaction. Practical assignemnts ans micro-teaching sessions will help you in advancing your knowledge and develop your practice.
You will be participating in online discussion forums, where ideas will be shared and perspectives and experiences discussed with other students. You will be in touch with your tutors offering you feedback commenting on your efforts and work put in modules.
All course materials are available via Moodle, an easy-to-use Digital Learning Environment (DLE), allowing access at any time and from anywhere. All you need is regular access to a computer and an internet connection.
In order to qualify for the programme, the following requirements need to be met:
Falmouth University accepts a range of equivalent recognized English language qualifications.
As a guideline, we expect applicants to be actively engaged in supporting student learning in HE for a minimum of 50 hours over the course’s duration - and be able to give evidence of this.
15 May 2023Enquire for this programme