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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.
In its broadest sense, education can be defined as any formative experience that has some sort of effect on an individual. This consequently can affect the way the individual, or student, thinks, feels, or acts. Pedagogy is an important term in education that refers to the methodology of teaching.
The M.Ed. TESOL program produces graduates with expertise in the field of English language teaching methods and pedagogies, curriculum development, learner psychology and
Master of Education in TESOL
The M.Ed. TESOL program produces graduates with expertise in the field of English language teaching methods and pedagogies, curriculum development, learner psychology and English linguistics. Students will be able to develop efficient and engaging English language courses through the application of a wide variety of teaching methods and techniques; show a high rate of understanding of intercultural communicative settings such as cross-cultural teacher-student interaction; critically reflect on new teaching methodologies and judge their effectiveness in a particular foreign language classroom setting; develop language curricula and adapt existing curricula to local educational needs; identify and understand the psychology of the individual behind the learner....
The programme will enhance understanding of language-related needs of learners from non-English speaking backgrounds and explore ways of meeting those needs.
Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction
The Master’s degree is intended to support the Thai Ministry of Education’s current policy, originally initiated in the Thai Education Act B.E. 2542/1999 and amendment (Second National Education Act B.E. 2545/2002), of upgrading education in Thailand and making it more student centred. More specifically, it aims to meet the needs of the ever-increasing number of bilingual, English Programme (EP) and English-medium schools that play a vital role in the Ministry’s on-going plans for educational reform. To this end, the Master’s degree will focus on the practical skills required by teachers to deliver four key subjects, English language, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science, through the medium of English....