The HertsCam MEd
Leading Teaching and Learning
HertsCam is now inviting expressions of interest and applications for the MEd starting on 15th September 2017. This masters degree programme supports teachers and other education professionals in their leadership of development work in schools in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning.
The 2 year part-time course is both practical and critical, leading to tangible improvements in educational practice and advancements in professional knowledge. The key concept underpinning the approach is ‘teacher-led development work’. You can access a paper explaining this approach in the Publications section of this site.
The MEd is part of the HertsCam Network which is dedicated to building professional knowledge by providing opportunities for networking.
Want to find out more information?
We will be holding interest events on the dates below at the John Henry Newman School in Stevenage. Anyone is welcome to attend, just email email@example.com to confirm your attendance.
Tuesday 27th March, 4.30pm
Tuesday 24th April, 4.30pm
Tuesday 22nd May, 4.30pm
Tuesday 12th June, 4.30pm
A one page flyer can be downloaded below:
To register your interest and receive more detailed information and the application form about the MEd please email our Network Administrator, Jasleen Dhillon on:
A real breakthrough in teacher professionalism. A masters degree for teachers designed and taught by teachers.