The Postgraduate Diploma in Education program is designed to provide both pre- and in-service teachers with pedagogical studies that develop the participant’s 21st century competencies and enable them to be innovative educators.
SEA offers a 24 credit hour Level 8 Post Graduate Diploma in Education. This program is designed to provide both pre-and in-service teachers with pedagogical studies that develop the participant’s 21st-century competencies and enable them to be innovative educators. It engages the participants in a learning process that is both enjoyable and useful, even a life-changer.
The faculty are high-quality teacher educators with extensive experience and up-to-date scientific knowledge. During this program, participants acquire knowledge and skills that will help their whole community to flourish. Those who gain the most from this program will be the participant’s pupils and schools. The teachers who graduate from this program will have learned how to enjoy learning, and also, how to support the motivation and well-being of their pupils.
On successful completion of this program, the graduate will have the necessary knowledge, skills, 21st-century competencies, and life-long learning that future teachers shall need to successfully work in society.
On successful completion of this program, the graduate will have:
PLO 1 A deep understanding of the foundations of human learning, motivation and interaction.
PLO 2 An ability to be a life-long learner and the skills to support life-long learning in their own students.
PLO 3 An ability to motivate their students, promote their interest and support their well-being.
PLO 4 The skills and competencies to motivate students to foster societal prosperity.
PLO 5 The skills and competencies to design innovative learning environments and implement curriculum reforms in a successful manner.
The program is divided into five major areas:
(a) Foundations for Sustainable and Effective Learning (8 credit hours)
(b) Assessment (2 credit hours)
(c) Developing Competencies and Curriculum Design for the Future (4 credit hours)
(d) Research Methods (4 credit hours)
(e) Practicum (6 credit hours)
All students must successfully complete the following credit hours in order to earn the post graduate diploma