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MA Education with Technology

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Introduction

The MA Education with Technology is one of the current MA Education pathways in the School of Education. Whatever educational setting you work in, or aspire to work in, our MA Education framework offers the opportunity to apply educational theory to practice and enhance your research skills.

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Whatever educational setting you work, or aspire to work in, our MA Education with Technology will help you engage with current theoretical and research literature to develop a deep and systematic critique of key concepts, issues, developments and theories that underpin the study of the application of Education Technology within different aspects of Education.

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With strong links to Local Authorities and schools, we’re experienced providers of in-house training for schools and academies locally, nationally and internationally. Our Education courses are practice-focused and relevant to today’s classroom.

Careers

Graduates who work in various educational settings may take this MA course to support their professional development. This may lead to career progression and new opportunities such as management, mentoring, lecturing and consultancy. Early career teachers who take the course may progress to become specialist coordinators. International students who are teachers, lecturers or head teachers may develop their skills, extend their knowledge and advance their careers through studying this course in the UK.

Students who progress from a full-time academic course in education related studies to MA Education with Technology will enhance their CV with a higher-level award that includes both deeper knowledge of the subject and added transferable skills such as independent working, verbal and written communication, critical and creative thinking, presentation skills, team working, research and project management and increased self-confidence.

Successful MA students, who particularly enjoy engaging with the academic environment and who wish to pursue academic careers in lecturing and / or research, may progress to doctoral study at Anglia Ruskin University or elsewhere.

All MA students will have access to the employability support and careers advice on offer in the Faculty and wider university. This includes support with CV writing and interview skills. Students will have the opportunity to meet others who are working in different roles in the education sector and to visit different workplaces. Full time students will be supported to gain relevant work experience, this is most likely to be via participation in voluntary work in education settings or with other organisations working with children and families

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