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Birmingham City University: Secondary Geography - PGCE
|Institution||Birmingham City University|
|Department||School of Education and Social Work View department profile|
|Telephone||0121 331 6295|
Do you believe that Geography has a key role to play in enabling young people to make sense of, to understand and to make a positive contribution to planet Earth? Are you determined to bring to life the physical and human world that your pupils live in? If so, our PGCE Secondary Geography course will provide you with access to becoming an inspiring teacher.
If you’re passionate about young people and want to introduce them in an engaging and stimulating manner to the world that they inhabit and to Geography in all its forms – including physical, human and environmental - then we’re excited to train you to ensure you excel as a Geography teacher.
You’ll explore the skills and knowledge that Geography offers at secondary education level and train to become a confident, dynamic and creative teacher with the ability to make Geographical thinking and the Geographical mind accessible to all. You’ll discover how pupils learn and explore ways in which you can plan Geographical activities that will ensure they progress and develop their Geographical minds.
Exploring an inclusive and rich approach towards Geography you’ll discover and learn how to make the Geography curriculum in a way that will promote Geographical thinking; learning how to inspire and enthuse your pupils by taking them on exciting and stimulating Geographical journeys. You will be able to achieve this by developing your knowledge and understanding of a range of Geographical pedagogies. These can be used to help pupils to become more self-confident and critically informed about the planet that they inhabit.
This course has links with key subject associations, the Royal Geographical Society and the Geographical Association.
Another key feature of the course is its fieldwork component which includes an in depth consideration of how to devise and plan local urban fieldwork and residential fieldwork with a rural and physical Geography focus.
Postgraduate Certificate in Education - PGCE
|Level||RQF Level 7|
You must have a good degree (normally a 2:2 or above) in a relevant subject from a UK higher education institution or equivalent.
You must have a GCSE grade 4 (C) or above (or equivalent) in both English language and mathematics prior to enrolment and if you are offered an interview you will take a written test to assess your standard of English.
|Location||City South Campus, Edgbaston|
Birmingham City University
Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences
The Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences has a long and established history of delivering training for the education and healthcare sectors. The Faculty benefits from close links with local NHS Trusts and healthcare providers, as well as schools and colleges throughout the Midlands, which ensure that our students are at the heart of innovation and developments in the health, social care and education sectors.
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