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The Curriculum concentration is offered for educators and administrators at all levels of the system who must deal with curriculum issues in the Caribbean in a time of rapid and widespread curriculum change. The programme is aimed at giving students the opportunity to develop critical competencies in curriculum theorising, planning and implementation, and to learn how curriculum theories have shaped Caribbean curricula.
Issues to be considered relate to the status of curriculum theory, planning and enactment from perspectives that are informed both by Caribbean experience and enquiry and by the experience and expertise of the wider educational community. Students will be encouraged to use their diverse educational and other life experiences in responding to the demands of the programme.
It is recommended that students applying for the M.Ed. programmes be practicing teachers with either a B.Ed. degree (Upper Second-Class Honours or higher) or a Bachelor’s degree and the Postgraduate Diploma in Education. In instances where students do not have enough training in the area in which they want to specialise, they may be required to take qualifying examinations or sit in on undergraduate courses.
The programme consists of the following courses:
A. Three compulsory core courses common to all MEd Programmes:
B. Four compulsory courses in the area of Curriculum
C. One elective course chosen by the student with the approval of the School of Education
Year I, Semester I
Year I, Semester II
Year II, Semester I
Year II, Semester II
Postgrad Unit - School of Education
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