Interrogation of evidence from varied philosophical and theoretical back grounds
Academic writing skills.
This course will provide students with the philosophical, sociological, psychological and neurological theoretical perspectives relevant to education. It will provide a knowledge base, relevant to transformative learning, and present an alternative to established views of knowledge through the presentation of practical skills perspectives. [To know why we need an alternative view on knowledge and practice, and the role of practical skills in education].
Teaching and working methods
Lectures and seminars
Two on-line group seminars.
Two learning sets in home country (4-6 participants).
Independent study (reading and personal self-reflection).
This course will be taught at the Field Centre, Nailsworth (UK) or thourgh On-line seminar participation
The examination will take place at the Field Centre, Nailsworth (UK) in February.
Participation in two learning set
Participation in two on-line seminar
Assessment 1 100% Academic writing - written essay (5,000 words).