Post Graduate and Masters Training 2018-07-10T07:02:47+00:00

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The Conductive College have teamed up with Birmingham City University to validate a range of post-graduate modules in the field of Conductive Education and Special Education.

MA Conductive Education

Join the growing number of conductors gaining higher qualifications in the field of CE. The MA in CE has a distinct journey which is designed to support you in your own professional development and provide you with a professional title which is unique and specialised in your chosen area of work. Each of these modules will focus on the broader theoretical aspects of CE and help you place them in a modern day context. It will provide you with increased understanding of how to articulate CE in wider forums as well as a chance to explore an area of interest in this field.

http://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/education-ma

Modules include:

  • Introduction to Masters Level study (run by BCU)
  • Social Learning and application to Special Education (run by Conductive College)
  • The transformative special needs teacher (run by Conductive College)
  • Master’s Level Research (run by BCU)
  • Dynamic Model of Supervision in Special Education (run by Conductive College)
  • Conductive Education for Adults (run by Conductive College and only for qualified conductors)
  • Dissertation – in your own chosen topic relating to CE (supervised by Conductive College staff)
  • For further information contact Marie McCann

MA Special Education

The Conductive College are proud to be leading the only MA Special Education run at BCU. This course will have CE philosophy at its heart but apply this to the wider field of Special Education. If you are working in the field of Special Education and want to understand social learning theories and the application of an integrated approach to learning and teaching this course is for you. The focus of the course is on understanding the learner in a wider social context and exploring how you, as the pedagogue, can develop teaching techniques to support pupils in gaining higher outcomes. Understand the impact of medical conditions on learning is a pre-requisite for any teacher, it empowers you to find appropriate teaching strategies and will help you in your daily work in the classroom. This is a one of its kind course – only available through the Conductive College and BCU.

https://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/search/special-needs-education-ma-2018-19

Modules include:

  • Introduction to Masters Level study (run by BCU)
  • SEND Policy and Practice (run by Conductive College)
  • Social Learning and application to Special Education (run by Conductive College)
  • The transformative special needs teacher (run by Conductive College)
  • Master’s Level Research (run by BCU)
  • Dynamic Model of Supervision in Special Education (run by Conductive College)
  • Dissertation – in your own chosen topic

Module dates for 2018-19

Introduction to Masters Level study (run by BCU) – dates TBC

Social Learning and application to Special Education – 15th and 16th November and 6th and 7th December 2018

Dynamic Model of Supervision in Special Education – 14th and 15th March and 21st and 22nd March 2019

The transformative special needs teacher – 16th and 17th May and 20th and 21st June