Education - Teaching Multilingual Learners
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Our Teaching Multilingual Learners course is designed to help you provide an effective and supportive learning environment for children who are learning a second language.
You'll have the opportunity to network with other practitioners who specialise in teaching English as an additional language. And you'll gain the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about:
- the learning and development of a child learning English as an additional language
- best practice pedagogy and policies to support them.
Our teaching staff are an experienced team who deliver the suite of TESOL courses at our School of Education, Humanities and Languages.
Our School of Education, Humanities and Languages combines high quality teaching, significant research and consultancy activity. It is a focal point for lively, informed debate on education. This is achieved through close partnership with local schools and colleges. And our open seminar and lecture programmes.
How to apply
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Questions about fees?
Fees quoted are for the first year only. If you are studying a course that lasts longer than one year, your fees will increase each year.
The following factors will be taken into account by the University when it is setting the annual fees: inflationary measures such as the retail price indices, projected increases in University costs, changes in the level of funding received from Government sources, admissions statistics and access considerations including the availability of student support.
How and when to pay
Tuition fee instalments for the semester are due by the Monday of week 1 of each semester. Students are not liable for full fees for that semester if they leave before week 4. If the leaving date is after week 4, full fees for the semester are payable.
Financial support and scholarships
Learning and assessment
You will study three modules (60 credits) over one year. You can take these modules part time either on-campus or through distance learning.
The School of Education, Humanities and Languages is a thriving centre for educational research and teacher professional development. Students on master's level programmes therefore join a large research community comprising researchers at all levels of higher education study.
We hold two major research conferences each year - the School of Education Research Conference and the EdD Colloquium. All students are invited to attend our annual Research
Seminar Series (which attracts both internal and external speakers). We also organise a number of conferences, lectures, seminars and debates, some of which have an international reach.
The School’s six research groups exist to encourage engagement in research, publication, conference presentations, seminars and workshops:
- Inclusion and Wellbeing
- Policy, Partnership and Leadership
- STEAM pedagogy and learning
- Humanistic Perspectives on Education
- Early Years
- Applied Linguistics
After you graduate
Your learning on the course may lead to better prospects for career advancement and students may change role / direction as a function of developing new understandings and skills from their work on the course.