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WHAT THIS PROGRAMME BRINGS TO YOU
Quality teacher training for mid-career professionals and those aiming to further their career in teaching and learning.
Become a competent and academically qualified teacher to meet the growing demand in the private sector education.
Be equipped with skills that make teaching and learning efficacious and interesting.
To provide hands-on training and solid academic research experience for teachers in varied educational settings.
To enhance professional competence, knowledge and students’ career prospect in the discipline based on informed practices and broader view of education.
To upgrade and update teaching skills and benefit from new developments in teaching and learning while acquiring enquiry skills for continuous professional development.
To enable teachers to effectively manage curriculum changes and changing needs of learners.
Approval obtained from MQA (MQA/PA 8168)
Programme duration: From 1 ½ years (full time) to 3 years (part time) leading to the HELP Master of Education (Teaching and Learning) degree.
Graduation requirements: Fulfilment of a minimum of 40 credit hours from the study of ten (10) course modules, which include two elective majors and one teaching subject, and Practicum.
Credit transfer or subject exemption based on MQA guidelines.
Interactive, practical, small group teaching with a variety of student experience.
Peer learning by working with other professional teachers from across the country and different language background.
Innovative pedagogical practices and integrative methodologies.
Highly qualified and dedicated academic team with extensive record of service in leading universities in the region, all with strong pedagogy background.
Applicants must have one of the following entry requirements:
Bachelor’s degree of a course of study of at least 3 years from a recognised university with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 or equivalent, subject to following:
For non-education graduates, a minimum of one year’s teaching experience is required – those with less than one year’s teaching experience are required to attend a bridging programme to prepare them for the MEDU (TL) programme.
Non-degree holders with at least a diploma or STPM may obtain MQA Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) approval for postgrad admission.
For international candidates, English proficiency in terms of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent is requirement for course commencement.
CORE MODULES (COMPULSORY)
MEDU 6014 Teacher Education and Contemporary Society 4 Credit hours
MEDU 6024 Curriculum Challenges and Changes 4 Credit hours
MEDU 6034 Instructional Media and Programmes 4 Credit hours
MEDU 6044 Assessment (Subject) and Evaluation (Programme) 4 Credit hours
MEDU 6054 People Skills, Group Dynamics and Therapies 4 Credit hours
MEDU 6084 Research Approaches and Methods 4 Credit hours
MEDU 6134 The Project-based Learning Methodology 4 Credit hours
ELECTIVES (CHOOSE ONE)
MEDU 6063 Innovation and Technology 3 Credit hours
MEDU 6073 Theatre Arts and Creativity 3 Credit hours
TEACHING SUBJECTS (CHOOSE ONE)
MEDU 6093 Language and Literature Studies 3 Credit hours
MEDU 6103 Social Studies and Environment 3 Credit hours
MEDU 6113 Social Studies and Environment 3 Credit hours
MEDU 6123 Physical and Health Education, and Sports 3 Credit hours
PRACTICUM (COMPULSORY – SELECT ONE EDUCATION SETTING)
MEDU 6146 Practicum and Research Inquiry in Education Settings 6 Credit hours