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A critical conversation between the student and a museum exhibit regarding an issue or/ and controversy of Early Childhood exploring at least two relevant aspects (historical, culture

Module Title: Issues and Controversies in Early Childhood Development Module Code: ED5013

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the module, students will be able to: Knowledge

1. Demonstrate an in-depth and critical understanding of child development

2. Demonstrate an understanding of the global issues and controversies and new developing areas in the field of child development Thinking skills

3 Critique a variety of theories put forward to explain child development with reference to the personal, cultural, political, economic and educational contexts that affect the construction and experience of childhood

4 Discuss the strengths and limitations of child development as they occur in various contexts

5 Use critical knowledge of child development to identify and evaluate the implications of policy and research for practice Subject-based practical skills

6 Demonstrate sound academic skills in formative and summative assessments Skills for life and work (general skills)

7. Analyse the graduate labour market, identifying job opportunities (whether paid or unpaid) and attendant recruitment practices

8. Identify graduate selection processes relevant to the chosen field and consider the process of applying for a job

RCW2:

A critical conversation between the student and a museum exhibit regarding an issue or/ and controversy of Early Childhood exploring at least two relevant aspects (historical, culture, economical, educational). More specifically the students should submit:  A reflection of the critical conversation (500 words, 10%).  A produce written piece setting out a conversation between the student and the museum exhibit, where the student is invited to critically discuss, analyse and evaluate an issue or a controversy in child development. The student and the museum exhibit should explore at least two of the proposed aspects (personal, cultural, political, economic and educational contexts). *Museum is a non-profit, permanent institution in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study and enjoyment (ICOMCECA).


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