You will be a practising teacher. Many students will come from PGCE programmes, others may come from partnership schools involved in the PGCE and in the work of the Teachers Centre. Practising teachers will by definition usually have an undergraduate degree.
Months of entry
This programme draws on up-to-date research and policy news to support subject and phase school teachers to follow their own needs and interests together. It offers a combination of practice and issues modules, and is delivered in a school-friendly way, including on-site at school clusters, online and at weekends.
We've worked closely with schools to develop this MA. The programme:
* Is relevant to school-based practice
* Responds to the need of student populations in situations of policy uncertainty
* Explores school change and the immediacies of adapting policies and practice to local needs
* Addresses issues of inclusion, marketisation, and competition
* Fundamentally, the MA has been developed within a notion of collective action.
When and where
Modules on this MA are delivered on a flexible basis. This may include weekends, holidays, or late afternoon sessions, delivered at Goldsmiths, on your site, or as a mixture of the two. For example, this could be as:
* One Saturday at Goldsmiths with three half term days at your school site (10am to 4pm) or an introductory session at Goldsmiths
* Two Saturdays at your school site (10am to 6pm) and six late afternoon sessions on a Wednesday at your school site (4pm to 6pm)
Information for international students
If your first language is not English, please check our English Language requirements.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries
- +44 (0)20 7078 5300