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Taking a practical approach, this book will guide you through and demystify the process of thinking, researching, writing and achieving at Master's level. It offers an insight into the knowledge, tools and skills that need to be developed for a successful outcome in an educational context.
Using detailed - and real - exemplars, the authors cover the conventions that need to be followed and consider the different elements of Master's level work. Each chapter is supported by appropriate reference to, and extracts from, the three most common types of work undertaken - traditional essay, curriculum package, and portfolio.
Now that the DCFS plans to make teaching a Master's level profession, it is vital that you can develop the confidence in making the transition from H level to M level. The book will enable you to:
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This book is designed to lead the student through the process of studying, writing and achieving at Master's level. It aims to demystify the process by tackling those issues students find difficult. It is based on practical guidance and takes a commonsense approach to studying and writing at this level. The books clearly explains the conventions which must be followed in order to succeed at this level. The book also contains case studies of different types of work completed at Master's level, provided as exemplars. The book covers the various elements of different Master's level approaches so it is not just about producing assignments, but about the thought processes, research and other skills that success at this level requires.About the Author:
The authors are all based at the University of Huddersfield, UK, in the School of Education and Professional Development. Neil Denby is Senior Lecturer in Education and Partnership Co-ordinator for the PGCE (Schools). Helen Swift is Head of Continuing Professional Development and Course Leader for the MA in Professional Development. Robert Butroyd is Senior Lecturer in Education and Subject Coordinator for the Business Education (with Citizenship) PGCE. Jonathan Glazzard is Course Leader for Primary and Early Years Education. Jayne Price is Senior Lecturer in Education and Subject Coordinator for the PGCE Music course.
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Book Description Hardback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory # GOR009940308
Book Description Open University Press, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Seller Inventory # mon0001782586