Master's 5-Year Programme in Teacher Education, level 5-10
Have knowledge about school activities, values and questions related to professional ethics
Have knowledge about how to enhance the pupils' learning, motivation and efficient learning strategies
Have knowledge about central didactic principles for teachers
Have knowledge about a variety of work- and assessment methods that enhance learning
Have knowledge about central principles that promote inclusive training and adapted teaching
Have basic knowledge about communication, interaction and presentation
Have knowledge about how practical, creative and aesthetic learning processes may influence health, well-being and learning
Have knowledge about the teacher¿s encounter with the diversity of religions and world views in schools
Know how to plan and implement systematic observation and analyse data from the observation
Are able to collaborate with colleagues when planning, conducting and evaluating teaching and learning
Are able to apply didactic terminology and give reasons for his or her didactic choices of theories about learning and teaching
Are able to give reasons for, present and use documents about human rights and children¿s rights when teaching
Be able to reflect on and apply research based knowledge in order to exercise good classroom management and develop a secure and including learning environment for the pupils
Be able to conduct learning processes in a technologically well-equipped learning environment
Are able to plan, implement and evaluate teaching for pupils based on existing framework factors and the current national curriculum
In this course the students will acquire knowledge about the learning and development of pupils on level 5-10, and skills in planning, conducting and evaluating teaching. The focus will be on how to contribute to create a good learning environment for all pupils. The importance of what the teachers do in order to lead, stimulate, vary, activate and direct learning for all pupils on level 5-10 is central, and it is the main focus for the collaboration with the practice instruction.
The practice placement
Teachers and practical training supervisors prepare tasks relating to the observation of the teacher role, exercise of classroom management and didactic thinking.
Practice experiences are summed up in reflection groups on campus during the practice period. After the practice period, the students give presentations related to their practice, discussing observation, classroom management and planning.
Lectures and seminars. Individual work and practical exercises in seminars. 70% compulsory attendance requirement. Working with the development of the pupils¿ digital competence is central.
The workload is estimated to about 400 hours.
The study programme manager, in consultation with the student representative, decides the method of evaluation and whether the courses will have a midterm- or end of term evaluation, see also the Quality System, section 4.1. Information about evaluation method for the course will be posted on Canvas.