Education and Development
This is an elective course in the Master's Programme in Education with International and Comparative specialisation. It is also offered as a single course (module).
The course reviews the history of development theories and policies and contemporary theories and policies in the area of international development, relating these to topical issues concerned with the development of education systems.
The course contains compulsory instruction which combines lectures, workshops, discussions and group work to achieve the learning outcomes. Assessment is based on (a) active participation in the course, discussions, and seminars; (b) presentation and defence of a course paper, and (c) critical examination of at least one other course paper and active participation in the course examination sessions.
Course attendance is required for a student to be examined. In order for a student to be examined, they must have attended at least 80% of all compulsory course sessions, such as lectures, group work, group work presentations, and seminars. Student absences of more than 20% of the course sessions must be compensated via additional course assignments. If a student has attended less than 60% of the course sessions they have to re-take the course.
ScheduleThis is a preliminary schedule and is subject to continuous change. For this reason, we do not recommend print-outs. At the start of the course, your institution will advise where you can find your schedule during the course.