Teaching in Higher Education: Things you Need to Know
24 May 21
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Categories: Education and Teacher Training, Postgraduate
At the University of Bolton, we have a number of personal development courses and master’s programmes for ambitious teachers. One of the most important courses that we offer right now is the MA Inclusive Education course, aimed at education practitioners who are passionate about providing fair access to learning for all.
This is a great personal development programme for teachers looking to progress into leadership roles, or take on more responsibility at work. And here are just some of the reasons why continued training is vital for ensuring inclusive practice in education.
Inclusion leads to a better world
Inclusion in schools is the gateway to a more equal society, because it gives children of all abilities and backgrounds the same opportunity to learn. While this should be standardised across the world, the reality is that some children don’t have the same access to education. Studies tell us that child poverty has a significant impact on educational experience and attainment, and this can affect career opportunities in later life.
Inclusive teachers can make a difference
If you dream of creating a better world, with fair access to learning for children, a master’s in Inclusive Education could be a great platform for professional and personal development in your career. Through upskilling in inclusive theories and practices, you can make a difference in schools.
Inclusive ideas can be shared
The more teachers who understand the theories of inclusive education, the more people there are who can spread these important concepts and ideas. Moving into a leadership role allows you to impact other educators, and as they develop their careers and move up the ladder, they will do the same.
Do you want to promote inclusivity in schools and make a real impact with your work? Our MA Inclusive Education course is ideal, and there’s nowhere better to begin your journey than the University of Bolton. We rank No.2 in the UK for Social Inclusion (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021), as well as in the Top 50 UK Universities in The Guardian University League Tables 2021.
Students have also voted us No.1 in the North West (and No.3 in the UK) for Student Satisfaction in Education Courses in the Complete University Guide 2021.
Enrol in January 2021 to enjoy #UniAsItShouldBe, where students’ needs come first, and where we practice what we preach with inclusivity and diversity!