- Dr Mary Healy (Senior Lecturer - Roehampton University)
- Dr Martin Needham (Associate Head of Department - Manchester Metropolitan University)
Manylion y cyrsiau
|Math o Ddysgu||Manylion / Hyd Dysgu|
|Gweithdy||10 x Gweithdai 1 Awr|
|Math o Assessiad||Manylion / Hyd Assessiad||Cyfran|
|Asesiad Semester||Traethawd Hir 1 x 12000 word project Prosiect 12,000 o eiriau||100%|
|Asesiad Ailsefyll||Traethawd Hir All failed elements of the assessments must be re-taken if the student's average mark falls below the required pass mark of 40%. In this case, failed chapters within the work may be resubmitted.||100%|
Wedi cwblhau'r modiwl dylai'r myfyrwyr:
Undertake independent study.
Plan and present an extended investigation: aims; literature review; methods; analysis.
Demonstrate skills which are associated with library-based study: effective use of bibliographic searches; an ability to choose relevant sources; a sound knowledge and understanding of sources; critical interpretation of sources; an ability to synthesise sources; an ability to present coherent argument.
Demonstrate research skills in a small-scale investigation: an appropriate method of data collection; an appropriate method of data analysis; an awareness of ethical and legal issues in data collection; to apply the results of the analysis to the aims of the dissertation.
This module provides students with an opportunity to investigate a topic of their own choice, in consultation with members of staff. It involves independent study under the guidance of a member of staff. It necessitates wide reading, leading to an extended essay. It requires library-based study and typically involves small-scale empirical investigation. Prior approval for joint honours students from the Director of Undergraduate Studies is needed before pre-registering and registering on this module.
7x1-hour workshops in groups of 10-12 students. These sessions will involve group work activities with the tutor circulating each group to give guidance and advice.
4x0.5 hours individual progress meetings with supervisor (tutorials).
|Math o Sgiliau||Manylion Sgiliau|
|Cyfathrebu||Written communication throughout written assessments and oral communication with research participants|
|Datblygu personol a chynllunio gyrfa||Research into a sector of childhood /education and international development field. Research involves time management, self-responsibility and self-reflection. Undertaking a dissertation helps to prepare students for postgraduate study.|
|Datrys Problemau||This is an essential element in the process of critical assessment. Furthermore, students will encounter various problems when undertaking a small-scale project that will need to be overcome.|
|Gwaith Tim||Collating data often requires team work. Workshop sessions will involve team activities.|
|Gwella dysgu a pherfformiad ei hun||Feedback from the written assignment and personal reflection during tutorial meetings. Also, through independent planning, managing time and researching.|
|Rhifedd||Statistical reports will be considered and data to support arguments will be analysed.|
|Sgiliau pwnc penodol||Evaluation of theoretical concepts in the field of education and international development.|
|Sgiliau ymchwil||Research is required for the main assessment as students are required to plan, undertake and write up a small-scale investigation|
|Technoleg Gwybodaeth||Written assignments should be word-processed. Use of data-analysis software often used.|
Mae'r modiwl hwn yn cydymffurfio a FfCChC Lefel 6