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Applicants applying for postgraduate initial teacher training courses will now need to apply through the DfE for entry in September 2022.
This course qualifies you to be a secondary teacher of music in England and Wales.
Music is a universal language. By teaching this subject, you will be responsible for unlocking your pupils' creativity, as well as developing their love of music and their ability to express themselves.
A quality music education will play an important role in young people's learning, whether they go on to become talented, adept musicians or just gain a deeper understanding of different forms and styles of music.
You can help your pupils develop not only enduring instrumental and composition skills but passions and interests that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
There are three elements to secondary training at the University of East London: subject studies, general professional studies and school-based training. It differs from courses offered by other universities in that it is very much subject-based.
What makes this course different
90% of trainees in a teaching post within six months
The overall proportion of UEL Secondary PGCE teacher trainees who are in a teaching post within six months of completing the course is 90 per cent - ahead of the sector average.
100 partnership schools
We work with over 100 secondary schools across east London and into Essex in which our students undertake full placements. When they gain employment, most of our students secure jobs within our partnership schools.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
We will support you to develop as a great music teacher who can bring the subject to life by devising and delivering a diverse range of engaging lessons that educate and excite all pupils.
The subject studies element of your training programme enables you to develop skills, knowledge and understanding of music in the secondary school context. You will learn how to devise and deliver lessons that creatively tackle the challenges of your subject.
You will be guided by specialist tutors who have relevant teaching experience and who often contribute to educational research, policy and curriculum developments in your subject.
You will learn about children and child development in the core Active Inquiry and Technology-Enhanced Learning modules with the rest of the Secondary PGCE cohort.
For example, if the topic is behaviour management, your seminar group discussion will look at what managing behaviour means for a music teacher compared with a PE teacher or a Design and Technology teacher.
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- Core Modules
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Active Enquiry and Intervention Impacting upon Learner Progress
- To develop knowledge and understanding of critical thinking, reflective practice and educational research;
- To develop an awareness of action research - its processes, practices and relevance for reflective educational practice and change;
- To develop knowledge of pedagogy, through primary research and the critical evaluation of theory and literature;
- For trainee teachers to carry out a classroom intervention informed by reading and research activity and to reflect critically on the process;
- To demonstrate a practical appreciation of evidence-informed teaching;
- To identify appropriate classroom strategies to develop learning and teaching which are informed through educational research, evidence and scholarship.
- To apply classroom strategies informed by scholarship to a specific educational context and setting.
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Developing Subject Expertise and Subject Specialism
· To use mechanisms to identify areas of development within the chosen subject
· To select one area of development to improve expertise
· To implement strategies to develop subject expertise within the chosen area of development
· To understand pedagogy and its impact upon learning within the chosen subject.
· To identify the different pedagogic models related to the chosen area of development
· To develop and implement a pedagogic approach that is appropriate and relevant to context of the chosen area of development.
· To reflect on the implementation of the pedagogic model and to identify modifications or adaptations for future practice.
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School-Based Learning: Reflections on Practice (Mental Wealth)
This module focuses on the development of professional practice in a practical context. It provides an initial experience of teaching and learning in a secondary school environment. This module focuses on best practice in secondary teaching, based on current research. With the support of an experienced mentor this module aims:
- to support students in understanding a range of key issues and curriculum initiatives related to teaching practice, and to implement this knowledge during their school-based experience
- to enable students to meet the relevant Teachers’ Standards for Qualified Teacher Status
- to enable students to support children’s learning and development effectively in the classroom
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Research informed practice
HOW YOU'LL LEARN
The university-based training initially consists of weekly lectures on themes that are then developed in seminar groups. You will work both in subject-specific groups and in mixed-subject groups.
We organise our training so that it feels like a school. We teach students mainly in small groups of 30 rather than in large lecture halls of 150 or 300 because it is important that you have plenty of time in your subject groups.
Your subject tutor will be like your form tutor at school. We believe that we should model good practice to you so that you can learn by example.
Our ethos is based on collaboration, not competition. We encourage you to work collaboratively just as you will when you qualify and start working in a school.
You will undertake two long placements in contrasting schools, totalling 24 weeks. We work in partnership with over 100 schools and colleges to provide a high quality programme of support.
You will be on placement from week three, so right from the beginning of your training, you will have a strong link between theory and practice.
While an experienced teacher will be in the classroom with you, it is you who will be planning the lessons and teaching the lessons. You will start by observing the teacher, then helping. By the end of the Secondary PGCE course, you will be teaching 60 per cent of a normal teacher's timetable.
You will have the opportunity to visit additional schools and settings. For instance, if your first placement is in a mixed comprehensive school in Barking & Dagenham, then you might go to a single-sex faith school in Havering for your second one.
Our tutors and subject mentors will advise and support you throughout each placement as you learn to teach.
HOW YOU'LL BE ASSESSED
To pass your PGCE and be recommended for Qualified Teacher Status, you have to demonstrate that you have met the Teachers' Standards.
While the course is modular, the emphasis is on the whole process of your development as a teacher. So, rather than a fragmentary approach, there is ongoing assessment, charting the often subtle transformations in your knowledge and understanding, and your practical skills.
CAMPUS and FACILITIES
Docklands Campus, Docklands Campus, London, E16 2RD
Our campus and the surrounding area
Our waterfront campus in the historic Royal Docks provides a modern, well-equipped learning environment.
Join us and you'll be able to make the most of our facilities including contemporary lecture theatres and seminar rooms, art studios and exhibition spaces, audio and visual labs and a multimedia production centre.
Features include our 24/7 Docklands library, our £21m SportsDock centre, a campus shop and bookstore, the Children's Garden Nursery, cafés, eateries, a late bar, plus Student Union facilities, including a student lounge.
University of East London is one of the few London universities to provide on campus accommodation. Our Docklands Campus Student Village houses close to 1,200 students from around the world. We are well connected to central London and London City Airport is just across the water. We also run a free bus service that connects Docklands with Stratford campuses.
WHO TEACHES THIS COURSE
The teaching team includes qualified academics, practitioners and industry experts as guest speakers. Full details of the academics will be provided in the student handbook and module guides.
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YOUR FUTURE CAREER
The Secondary PGCE course at the University of East London was designed in 2001 in conjunction with the local authorities to address the secondary education teacher shortage in east London.
The partnership works with input and support from the London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Waltham Forest and Redbridge.
It means that our graduates are represented in virtually every secondary school in east London. Some are now deputy heads or in senior management roles in schools that are taking our current trainees for their placements.
Across all subjects, from maths to modern languages, our teacher training graduates are acting as mentors to those following in their footsteps.
The partnership means that you have a head start when it comes to securing a teaching post in east London at the end of your training.
Both local authorities and individual schools visit our campus regularly to meet our trainees and advertise available vacancies.
You may also decide to undertake further study at the University of East London, either at the end of your course or after gaining teaching experience, perhaps specialising in Special Educational Needs or taking our MA Leadership in Education.
We also offer the opportunity for doctoral study to further develop your teaching knowledge and expertise.
Explore the different career options you can pursue with this degree and see the median salaries of the sector on our Career Coach portal.
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- verbal and physical behaviour should always be polite and respectful;
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- anti- social behaviour by individuals and groups will not be tolerated.
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In the event that we discontinue a programme, we will normally permit existing students to complete the programme within the typical duration of study. In these circumstances, UEL will use reasonable endeavours to continue the programme for existing students without making major changes. If this is not possible, we will support students in changing to another UEL programme on which a place is available, and for which the student is suitably qualified, or assist with transfer to another HEI to complete the programme elsewhere.
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(g) Incorporate existing arrangements or practice.
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- Details of those with looked after status or those who have left the care system for the provision of support;
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- Students who are undertaking research projects using personal data must ensure that:
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Where the nature of the research programme means that some assignment of intellectual property rights to UEL is appropriate, we will take what steps that we can to ensure that your interests are protected. UEL will take reasonable endeavours to ensure:-
- the scope of the assignment is narrow, and is restricted to what is necessary, for example to protect UEL’s legitimate interests in the intellectual property created as party to a research programme;
- the application of the assignment is clearly defined, so that it is clear to you in which circumstances the assignment will apply;
- where the assignment of the intellectual property is appropriate in the circumstances, we will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the rights of the parties are evenly balanced (for example, your work being acknowledged in a publication and, where appropriate, subject to an appropriate revenue sharing scheme)
- where UEL claims ownership of intellectual property rights in relation to a taught programme of study, such treatment of those rights will be made clear in the published information relating to that programme.
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All international students must also comply with UK Visa and Immigration requirements. All international students are required to hold a valid visa which permits study in the UK or hold a Tier 4 visa/have applied for a Tier 4 visa with a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies issued by UEL. Students who are being sponsored under a Tier 4 student visa must also understand and comply with the responsibilities of their student visa and co-operate with UEL in fulfilling our Tier 4 duties.
18) Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
UEL is committed to working together to build a learning community founded on equality of opportunity – a learning community which celebrates the rich diversity of our student and staff populations and one in which discriminatory behaviour is challenged and not tolerated within our community.
Within the spirit of respecting difference, our equality and diversity policies promise fair treatment and equality of opportunity for all regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, disability or religion/belief (or lack of). In pursuing this aim, we want our community to value and to be at ease with its own diversity and to reflect the needs of the wider community within which we operate.
For further information on this inclusive approach to education please visit our Student Policies page.
We welcome feedback on our programmes and services and facilitate this in a variety of ways, including programme committees, module evaluation forms and surveys.
However, if you are dissatisfied with a particular service or programme or the manner in which it has been delivered, you must let the person responsible for that service know as we will always try to resolve matters at the earliest opportunity via informal conciliation. If you are unsure who to approach, please e-mail The Hub who will be able to direct your concerns appropriately.
If you remain dissatisfied with a service or programme, or the manner in which it is delivered, you should refer to our formal complaints procedure to have the matter formally addressed.
In addition, once you have enrolled onto your programme, you will also have access to the Advice and Information Service offered by UELSU. This access is not available to students studying at partner institutions.
If you wish to cancel this contract within 14 days of enrolment onto your programme, you must do so in writing by sending your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any fees that you have paid will be refunded – please see Fees Policy for further information on obtaining a refund.
21) Further guidance
If any of the information in these Terms of Admittance or related policies are unclear or if you have any questions, please contact The Hub for guidance on +44 (0) 208 223 4444.
22) Right to advice
This is a consumer contract and you are able to obtain independent advice in relation to its terms and conditions from UELSU as well as your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
Neither you nor UEL will be liable for failure to perform their obligations under these Terms of Admittance if such failure arises from unforeseeable events, circumstances or causes outside of that party's reasonable control. Examples of such events include, but are not limited to, war, terrorism, industrial disputes, natural disaster, fire and national emergencies.
Only you and UEL are parties to these Terms of Admittance. No other person shall have any rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of these Terms of Admittance.
Failure or delay by you or UEL to exercise any right or remedy provided under this contract shall not constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor shall it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy.
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