This programme of studies is designed for teachers, school administrators and people involved and/or interested in the educational processes. The main goal is the identification of future trends and the impacts in the way schools are organised for a change. Students will also discuss the centrality of questioning in the learning process, the role of the brain, the tensions between schooling and education, the building of sustainable schools, and the impact of social and political developments and expectations in education. This programme intends to challenge established concepts and practices in the fields of education.
Applicants must possess a licentiate degree from an accredited university or equivalent. The licentiate is the equivalent of a typical bachelor degree in North America, the UK and Australia. Applicants must also demonstrate adequate English proficiency.
Applicants are required to attend an admission interview. Then, depending on their educational background, applicants may be required to complete prerequisite modules to fulfil essential foundation knowledge in selected fields in order to qualify for master’s degree studies.
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Last updated January 29, 2018