We are seeking to recruit Gaelic Teaching Artists from across all educational contexts to our part-time blended learning MA Learning and Teaching (Gaelic Arts) programme
If you are a Gaelic speaker and currently have a responsibility for teaching and/or facilitating learning within an arts-based formal or informal context, the following part-time, blended learning programme may be of interest to you:
MA Learning and Teaching (Gaelic Arts)
Part-time study means that you can study the programme alongside and through your existing professional roles.
Blended learning means that these programmes are delivered through a blend of face-to-face weekend seminars, online classes and one-to-one tutorials.
“It gives the support which allows study at a distance whilst scaffolding your own research.”
This programme is designed to offer maximum flexibility allowing each student to personalise the learning to suit their unique context. All work on the programme will directly relate to your professional role and will help you:
– to design and delivery projects that address existing gaps in the provision for your learners
– to enhance your teaching practice
– to build an evidence base to demonstrate your commitment to your own professional learning as an arts educator.
You will study as part of a diverse community of learners from across the arts disciplines of music, dance, drama, production, theatre design, film and visual arts, and spanning the full range of educational contexts.
“I found the course to be transformational in a number of ways. Not just in giving you the tools to be a better teacher, but in my work as a writer. The way the course is designed lets you explore what you are interested in, it helps you find your feet as a teacher but also helps you learn about yourself, your work, your path ahead – sometimes unexpected aspects of yourself. I wasn’t sure about doing it initially, would it help my work? Would I get work out of it? The answer is yes to both – it’s turned out to be one of the most important things I’ve done in my career.”
Funded places may be available for Scottish domiciled applicants.
Location: All Scotland ,England, Wales, Northern Ireland, International
For further information, please contact email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call +44 (0)141 270 8371, or visit https://www.rcs.ac.uk/postgraduate/gaelic-teaching-artist/
The deadline is Tuesday 30 April 2019 at 23:45.