PG Cert. in Learning Technologies
The PGCert programme offers students with both theoretical underpinnings and practical hands-on experience of the technologies in different learning contexts.
On successful graduation, students will be well equipped to create their own learning design materials.
Students will have access to the university online support services and be assigned a personal tutor.
Leicester University’s virtual learning environment, Blackboard, provides students with access to learning material and offers an online platform to network with fellow students from across the globe.
The programme is taught by academics who are at the forefront of research in education and who feed the latest developments into their teaching.
Successful graduates will be qualified to pursue a career in training and development, curriculum planning & Internet applications, and within professions such as programme administrators, instructors, consultants, instructional designers and even trainers.
2:2 degree in a relevant subject, or equivalent.
Those who are not native speakers of English need to have a proficiency level equivalent to IELTS 6.5
Learning Technologies 1: Technology-Enhanced Learning
This module will give you a broad overview of technologies, their associated characteristics and the ways in which they can be used to foster different pedagogical approaches across different learning contexts. You will gain experience of a range of technologies, experiment with them and critique their relevance to practice, as well as consider the implications for learning, teaching and research. You will be provided with opportunities to communicate and collaborate with peers through various technologies. Where appropriate, you will benefit from the expertise of the international community via podcasts/videocasts and audio or video conferencing sessions. You will have the opportunity to create your own learning artefacts using different tools and you will be encouraged to become part of the broader TEL community (e.g., Association of Learning Technology, European Distance and E-learning Network).
Learning Technologies 2: Learning Design for the 21st Century
This module introduces you to new learning design methodology which guides practitioners in making informed, explicit choices about which technologies can support different forms of learning. You will study through a series of synchronous and asynchronous activities and you will work both independently and, where relevant, in collaborative groups. You will be exposed to the latest research in (and materials on) learning design, drawing in particular on research from Europe and Australia.
You will have the opportunity to explore a range of learning design visualisation and pedagogical planner tools to create your own learning design materials. A range of social networking sites will be used for you to share and discuss your learning materials.
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- Course Fee £2,625
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- Start Date Oct 2020
- Application Deadline 7 Oct 2020
- Duration 9 months
- Study Mode Distance Learning
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