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1 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION B.Ed (Hons) (Part-time) UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS IN COLLABORATION WITH MAURITIUS INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION 1

2 TABLE OF CONTENT Page No. 1. Design & Technology 3 2. French Home Economics with Food Studies Physical Education Social Sciences with History / Geography / Sociology Visual Arts 48 2

3 1. Objectives BEd (Hons) Design and Technology - IE 320 This programme is aimed at secondary school teachers in the area of Design and Technology. It comprises a study of materials and materials processing, the different control technologies, design principles and history, energy systems and technology education. This programme aims at strengthening the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for teaching Design and Technology at the upper secondary level. An essential part of the programme is the design research project which allows teachers to undertake a design study in order to integrate theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the realisation of an artefact. 2. General Entry Requirements As per General Entry Requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees of the University. 3. Programme Requirements A Teacher s Diploma in the relevant field of study from the Mauritius Institute of Education. 4. Programme Duration Normal(Years) Maximum(Years) Degree: 3 Part time 5 Part time 5. Minimum credits required for the award of undergraduate degree. 135 (Including 60 credits for the Teacher s Diploma) 6. Credits per year Minimum 18, Maximum 48 credits, subject to regulation 4 above. 7. Assessment An overall total of 40% for combined continuous assessment and written examination components would be required to pass the module, without minimum thresholds within the individual continuous assessment and written examination. Written examinations for all the modules will be carried out at the end of the academic year (unless otherwise stated). 3

4 All modules have either 3 credits or 6 credits. Level I and Level II modules carry a weighting of 3, except for CS 1020 which carries a weighting of 1, EDS 2010 and TP 2000 carry a weighting of 5. Level III modules carry a weighting of 5 except COM 3010 which carries a weighting of 3. Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified) Assessment will be based on written examination of 2-3-hour duration carrying a weighting of 70% and continuous assessment a weighting of 30% of total marks except for the following modules, which will be assessed by continuous assessment only EDS 1020Y, CS 1020, EDS 2010, COM 3010 and DT 3001Y. EDS 1010Y, EDS 3010Y and COM 2010 will be assessed by: Examination (30%) and continuous assessment (70%). Professional Practice will be assessed through Portfolio (30%) and Teaching Practice (70%). Students should secure 50% to pass the professional practice. Continuous assessment may be based on laboratory works and/or assignment/s but should include at least a class test for non-pedagogical modules. 8. Grading Structure This will be as shown below taking into account that the pass mark for all modules is 40% (except for Professional Practice). GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) Under the GPA, the following letter grades and their grade point equivalent are used: Letter Grade Grade Point Percentage Mark A + 80 x A 70 x < 80 B x < 70 C x < 60 D x < 50 F 0 x < 40 4

5 9. Classification of Award The degree classification will be based on the CPA at the end of the Programme as follows: CPA (%) CLASSIFICATION 70% 1 st Class 60 x < 70 2 nd Class 1 st Division 50 x < 60 2 nd Class 2 nd Division 45 x < 50 3 rd Class 40 x < 45 Pass < 40 No Award with Honours 10. Deadline for dissertation First draft to be submitted in week 10 of semester 2, Level 3 and final copies to be submitted in week 14 of semester 2, Level Repeat and Termination of Registration If the CPA of a student is < 40 for an academic year, the student will have to repeat the entire academic year, and retake modules as and when offered. However, s/he will not be required, if s/he wishes, to retake module(s) for which Grade C or above has been obtained. Students will be allowed to repeat only once over the entire duration of the Programme of Studies. Registration will be terminated if the CPA of the student remains below 40 at the end of an academic year and the student has already repeated one year of study. A student s registration will lapse at the end of the semester in which s/he has successfully completed the minimum requirements for the award of the degree. 12. For those programmes where there are no regular intakes, examinations for repeat modules will be organised upon recommendation of the Board of Studies. NOTE: Students should also refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION TO STUDENTS HANDBOOK ( ). 5

6 13. List of Modules Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L + P Design & Technology DT1010Y Design and Communication Studies DT1020Y Timber, Ceramic and Concrete Technology DT1030Y Metal Technology DT1040Y Structures and Mechanisms DT 2001Y(3) Technology Education DT 2010Y(3) Polymer Technology DT 2020Y(3) Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems DT 2030Y(3) Electrical and Electronic Control Systems DT 3001Y(5) Project Analysis and Design Research DT 3010Y(5) Evolution of Design & Technology and Society DT 3020Y(5) Energy Systems TP 2000(5) Professional Practice 6 DS 3000(5) Dissertation 9 EDUCATION & CURRICULUM STUDIES EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology EDS 3010Y(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective OTHER MODULES CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership

7 14. Programme Plan LEVEL 1 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L + P DT1010Y Design and Communication Studies DT1020Y Timber, Ceramic and Concrete Technology DT1030Y Metal Technology DT1040Y Structures and Mechanisms EDS1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching LEVEL 2 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L + P TP 2000(5) Professional Practice 6 DT 2001Y(3) Technology Education DT 2010Y(3) Polymer Technology DT 2020Y(3) Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems DT 2030Y(3) Electrical and Electronics Control Systems EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills LEVEL 3 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L + P DS 3000(5) Dissertation - 9 DT 3001Y(5) Project Analysis and Design Research DT3010 Y(5) Evolution of Design & Technology and Society DT 3020Y(5) Energy Systems EDS 3010(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership Number of Credits earned at the end of Level 3 Semester 2 - Total 75 Credits 7

8 B.Ed (Hons) FRENCH PT IE Objectives This programme is designed for in-service secondary school teachers of French involved primarily in the teaching of French language and French literature. It is a follow-up of knowledge and skills imparted at the Teacher s Diploma level. It is designed to further equip teachers with advanced concepts to teach languages and cultural skills in a changing environment. 2. General Entry Requirements As per General Entry Requirements for admission to Undergraduate degrees of the University. 3. Programme Requirements A Teacher s Diploma in the relevant field of study from the Mauritius Institute of Education. 4. Programme Duration Normal Maximum (Years) (Years) Degree: 3 Part time 5 part time 5. Minimum Credits Required for the Award of Undergraduate Degree 135 (Including 60 credits for the Teacher s Diploma). 6. Credits per Year Minimum 18, Maximum 48 credits, subject to regulation 4 above. 7. Assessment An overall total of 40% for combined continuous assessment and written examination components would be required to pass the module, without minimum thresholds within the individual continuous assessment and written examination. Written examinations for all the modules will be carried out at the end of the academic year (unless otherwise stated). Examinations/Tests may also be held during semesters or end of year. All modules have either 3 credits or 6 credits. Level I and Level II modules carry a weighting of 3, except for CS 1020 which carries a weighting of 1, EDS 2010 and TP 2000 carry a weighting of 5. Level III modules carry a weighting of 5 except COM 3010 which carries a weighting of 3. Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified) 8

9 Assessment will be based on written examination of 3 hour duration carrying a weighting of 70% and continuous assessment a weighting of 30% of total marks except for the following modules, which will be assessed by continuous assessment only: EDS 1020Y, EDS 2010, CS 1020 and COM EDS 1010Y, EDS 3010Yand COM 2010 will be assessed by: Examination (30%) and continuous assessment (70%). Professional Practice will be assessed through Portfolio (30%) and Teaching Practice (70%). Students should secure a minimum of 50% to pass the module Professional Practice. Continuous assessment may be based on laboratory works and/or assignment/s but should include at least a class test for non-pedagogical modules. 8. Grading Structure This will be as shown below taking into account that the pass mark for the modules is 40% (except for Professional Practice). GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) Under the GPA, the following letter grades and their grade point equivalent are used: Letter Grade Grade Point Percentage Mark A + 80 x A 70 x < 80 B x < 70 C x < 60 D x < 50 F 0 x < Classification of Award The degree classification will be based on the CPA at the end of the Programme as follows: CPA (%) CLASSIFICATION 70% 1 st Class 60 x < 70 2 nd Class 1 st Division 50 x < 60 2 nd Class 2 nd Division 45 x < 50 3 rd Class 40 x < 45 Pass < 40 No Award with Honours 9

10 10. Deadline for Dissertation First draft to be submitted by the last working day of October 2014 and final copies to be submitted by the last working day of November Repeat and Termination of Registration If the CPA of a student is < 40 for an academic year, the student will have to repeat the entire academic year, and retake modules as and when offered. However, s/he will not be required, if s/he wishes, to retake module(s) for which Grade C or above has been obtained. Students will be allowed to repeat only once over the entire duration of the Programme of Studies. Registration will be terminated if the CPA of the student remains below 40 at the end of an academic year and the student has already repeated one year of study. A student s registration will lapse at the end of the semester in which s/he has successfully completed the minimum requirements for the award of the degree. 12. For those programmes where there are no regular intakes, examinations for repeat modules will be organised upon recommendation of the Board of Studies. NOTE: Students should also refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION TO STUDENTS HANDBOOK ( ). 10

11 13. List of Modules Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P Core French FR 1010Y(3) Fondements pour l analyse littéraire FR 1020Y(3) Appropriation des langues FR 1030Y(3) Littérature I : Le récit FR 1040Y(3) Didactique I : L oral en classe de langue FR 2010Y(3) La linguistique comparée FR 2020Y(3) Littérature II : Le théâtre FR 2030Y(3) Didactique II : Enseignement de la lecture FR 2040Y(3) Littérature III : Poésie FR 2050Y(3) Littératures francophones FR 3010Y(5) Didactique III : Enseignement et Production d écrits FR 3020Y(5) Traduction FR 3030Y(5) Histoire et repères culturels FR 3040Y(5) Didactique IV : Enseigner le texte littéraire TP 2000(5) Professional Practice 6 DS 3000(5) Dissertation 9 Education & Curriculum Studies EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology EDS 3010Y(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective Other Core Modules CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership

12 14. Programme Plan : B.Ed (Hons) French - Part Time LEVEL I Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L + P FR 1010Y(3) Fondements pour l analyse littéraire FR 1020Y(3) Appropriation des langues FR 1030Y(3) Littérature I : Le récit FR 1040Y(3) Didactique I : L oral en classe de langue EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum studies, Assessment and Evaluation CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching LEVEL 2 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L + P TP 2000(5) Professional Practice 6 FR 2010Y(3) FR 2020Y(3) Linguistique comparée Littérature II : Le théâtre FR 2030Y(3) Didactique II : Enseignement de la lecture FR 2040Y(3) Littérature III : Poésie FR 2050Y(3) Littératures francophones EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills Module Code Module Name DS 3000(5) FR 3010Y(5) LEVEL 3 Hrs/Yr L + P Dissertation Didactique III : Enseignement et Production d écrits Credits 3 FR 3020Y(5) Traduction FR 3030Y(5) Histoire et repères culturels FR 3040Y(5) Didactique IV : Enseigner le texte littéraire EDS Teaching the Adolescent: Y(5) A Psychological Perspective COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership

13 1. Objectives BEd (Hons) Home Economics and Food Studies - IE348 This programme aims at enhancing the content knowledge and the pedagogical skills of Home Economics teachers who will be primarily involved in the teaching of Food and Nutrition/Food Studies at upper secondary level. In order to make the teaching and learning process meaningful and enjoyable, teachers need a good mastery of their subject area and various teaching and learning strategies as well as relevant attributes and predispositions. Hence, this programme provides a realistic balance between pedagogy and subject studies, building on the knowledge, attitudes and skills developed during the Teacher s Diploma Home Economics programme to further foster knowledge and skills in nutrition, food science, consumer studies, pedagogy and research methodology. It is anticipated that upon completion of this programme, the trainees will be empowered to teach Home Economics at lower secondary level and Food Studies at HSC level. 2. General Entry Requirements As per General Entry Requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees of the University. 3. Programme Requirements A Teacher s Diploma in the relevant field of study from the Mauritius Institute of Education. 4. Programme Duration Normal Maximum (Years) (Years) Degree: 3 Part time 5 Part time 5. Minimum Credits Required for the Award of Undergraduate Degree 135 (Including 60 credits from the Teacher s Diploma). 6. Credits per Year Minimum 18, Maximum 48 credits, subject to regulation 4 above. 7. Assessment An overall total of 40% for combined continuous assessment and written examination components would be required to pass the module, without minimum thresholds within the individual continuous assessment and written examination. Written examinations for all the modules will be carried out at the end of the academic year (unless otherwise stated). Examinations/Tests may also be held during semesters or end of year. 13

14 All modules have either 3 credits or 6 credits. Level I and Level II modules carry a weighting of 3, except for CS 1020 which carries a weighting of 1, EDS 2010 and TP 2000 carry a weighting of 5. Level III modules carry a weighting of 5 except COM 3010 which carries a weighting of 3. Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified). Assessment will be based on written examination of 2-3-hour duration carrying a weighting of 70% and continuous assessment weighting of 30% of total marks except for the following modules, which will be assessed by continuous assessment only: HEED 1010, HEED 1020, HEFS 2001Y, HEFS 3010, HEFS 3020, HEFS 3030, EDS 1020Y, EDS 2010 and COM EDS 1010Y, EDS 3010Y CS 1020 and COM 2010 will be assessed by: Examination (30%) and continuous assessment (70%). Professional Practice will be assessed through Portfolio (30%) and Teaching Practice (70%). Students should secure a minimum of 50% to pass the professional practice. Continuous assessment may be based on laboratory work, seminars and should include at least two (2) assignments/tests per year per module. 8. Grading Structure This will be as shown below taking into account that the pass mark for all modules is 40% (except for Professional Practice). GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) Under the GPA, the following letter grades and their grade point equivalent are used: Letter Grade Grade Point Percentage Mark A + 80 x A 70 x < 80 B x < 70 C x < 60 D x < 50 F 0 x < 40 14

15 9. Classification of Award The degree classification will be based on the CPA at the end of the Programme as follows: CPA (%) CLASSIFICATION 70% 1 st Class 60 x < 70 2 nd Class 1 st Division 50 x < 60 2 nd Class 2 nd Division 45 x < 50 3 rd Class 40 x < 45 Pass < 40 No Award with Honours 10. Deadline for Dissertation First draft to be submitted by the last working day of October 2014 and final copies to be submitted by the last working day of November Repeat and Termination of Registration If the CPA of a student is < 40 for an academic year, the student will have to repeat the entire academic year, and retake modules as and when offered. However, s/he will not be required, if s/he wishes, to retake module(s) for which Grade C or above has been obtained. Students will be allowed to repeat only once over the entire duration of the Programme of Studies. Registration will be terminated if the CPA of the student remains below 40 at the end of an academic year and the student has already repeated one year of study. A student s registration will lapse at the end of the semester in which s/he has successfully completed the minimum requirements for the award of the degree. 12. For those programmes where there are no regular intakes, examinations for repeat modules will be organised upon recommendation of the Board of Studies. NOTE: Students should also refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION TO STUDENTS HANDBOOK ( ). 15

16 13. List of Modules Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr L+P Credits Food Studies HEFS 1001Y(3) HEFS 1010(3) Nutrition Social Nutrition HEFS 2001Y(3) Applied Food and Nutrition I HEFS 2002Y(3) Food Science HEFS 2010(3) Food Safety HEFS 3010(5) HEFS 3020(5) HEFS 3030(5) Applied Food and Nutrition II Independent Study Contemporary Food and Nutrition Issues Home Economics Education HEED 1010(3) Home Economics Education HEED 1020(3) Food Studies Education TP 2000(5) Professional Practice - 6 DS 3000(5) Dissertation - 9 Education & Curriculum Studies EDS 1010(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment and Evaluation EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology EDS 3010(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective Other Core Modules CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching COM 2010 (3) Communication and Language Skills COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership

17 14. Programme Plan LEVEL 1 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr L+P HEFS 1001Y(3) Nutrition Credits HEFS 1010(3) Social Nutrition 45+0 HEED 1010(3) Home Economics Education HEED 1020(3) Food Studies Education EDS 1010(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020(3) Curriculum studies, Assessment and Evaluation CS 1020(1) ICT In Teaching LEVEL 2 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P TP 2000(5) Professional Practice - 6 HEFS 2001Y(3) Applied Food and Nutrition I HEFS 2002Y(3) Food Science HEFS 2010(3) Food Safety EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills LEVEL 3 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P DS 3000(5) Dissertation - 9 HEFS 3010(5) HEFS 3020(5) HEFS 3030(5) Applied Food and Nutrition II Independent Study Contemporary Food and Nutrition Issues EDS 3010(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership Number of Credits earned at the end of Semester 2 Level 3- Total 75 Credits

18 BEd (Hons) Physical Education IE Objectives This programme is designed for post-diploma teachers involved in the teaching of Physical Education at the secondary level. The programme, which is built on prior knowledge and skills acquired, aims at further professional development with a view to encouraging selfinitiated, action-oriented research in a diversity of issues related to the teacher s world 2. General Entry Requirements As per General Entry Requirements for admission to Undergraduate degrees of the University. 3. Programme Requirements A Teacher s Diploma in the relevant field of study from the Mauritius Institute of Education. 4. Programme Duration Normal Maximum (Years) (Years) Degree: 3 Part time 5 part time 5. Minimum Credits Required for the Award of Undergraduate Degree 138 (Including 60 credits for the Teacher s Diploma). 6. Credits per Year Minimum 18, Maximum 48 credits, subject to regulation 4 above. Students should register for yearly modules and semester modules assessed jointly, only at the start of the module, at the beginning of the academic year. 7. Assessment An overall total of 50% for combined continuous assessment and written examination components would be required to pass the module, without minimum thresholds within the individual continuous assessment and written examination. Written examinations for all the modules will be carried out at the end of the academic year (unless otherwise stated). For a student to pass module CSE1010-e IT, a minimum of 30% should be attained in both Continuous Assessment and Written Examination separately, with an overall total of a minimum of 40% in this module. (Under Review) 18

19 All modules have either 3 credits or 6 credits. Level I and Level II modules carry a weighting of 3, except for CSE1010e which carries a weighting of 1, EDS 2010 and TP 2000 carry a weighting of 5. Level III modules carry a weighting of 5 except COM 3010 which carries a weighting of 3. Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified). Assessment will be based on written examination of 2-3-hour duration carrying a weighting of 70%.and continuous assessment carrying a range of 10% to 30% of total marks except for the following modules, which will be assessed by continuous assessment only: EDS 1020Y, EDS 2010, COM 3010 and DT 3001Y. EDS 1010Y, EDS 3010Y and COM 2010 will be assessed by: Examination (40%) and continuous assessment (60%). Professional Practice will be assessed through Portfolio (30%) and Teaching Practice (70%). Students should secure a minimum of 50% in each of the 2 components to pass the professional practice. Continuous assessment may be based on laboratory works and/or assignment/s but should include at least a class test for non-pedagogical modules. 8. Grading Structure This will be as shown below taking into account that the pass mark for all modules is 50%. GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) Under the GPA, the following letter grades and their grade point equivalent are used: Letter Grade Grade Point Percentage Mark A + 80 x 100 A x < 80 B x < 70 C x < 60 F 0 x < Classification of Award The degree classification will be based on the CPA at the end of the Programme as follows: CPA (%) CLASSIFICATION 70% 1 st Class with 60 x < 70 2 nd Class 1 st Division Honours 50 x < 60 2 nd Class 2 nd Division < 50 No Award 19

20 10. Deadline for Dissertation First draft to be submitted on week 11 of semester 2, Level 3 and final copies to be submitted on week 14 of Semester 2, Level 3 and final copies to be submitted on week 14 of Semester 2, Level Repeat and Termination of Registration If the CPA of a student is < 50 for an academic year, the student will have to repeat the entire academic year, and retake modules as and when offered. However, s/he will not be required, if s/he wishes, to retake module(s) for which Grade C or above has been obtained. Students will be allowed to repeat only once over the entire duration of the Programme of Studies. Registration will be terminated if the CPA of the student remains below 50 at the end of an academic year and the student has already repeated one year of study. A student s registration will lapse at the end of the semester in which s/he has successfully completed the minimum requirements for the award of the degree. 12. For those programmes where there are no regular intakes, examinations for repeat modules will be organised upon recommendation of the Board of Studies. Note: Students should also refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION TO STUDENTS HANDBOOK (2009/2011). 20

21 13. List of Modules MODULES HRS/WK CREDITS PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE 1001Y Physiology & Health Education PE 1010Y Psychological Foundations of Physical Education PE 1020Y Kinesiology PE 1030Y Principles of Physical Education & Sports PE 1040Y Practical Skills I TP 2000 Professional Practice 6 PE 2001Y History & Development of Phy. Edu. & Sports PE 2010Y Corrective Physical Education & First aid PE 2020Y Philosophy of Physical Education & Sports PE 2030Y Practical Skills II DS 3000 Dissertation 9 PE 3010Y Sociological Foundations of Physical Education & Sports PE 3020Y Specialisation in one Practical Skill PE 3030Y Athletics Education & Curriculum Studies EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation EDS 2010 (5) Research Methodology EDS 3010Y(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective Other Core Modules CSE 1010e(1) Introduction to Information Technology 0.E 3 COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills COM 3010(3) Educational Leadership & Professional Ethics 21

22 14. PROGRAMME PLAN LEVEL 1 CODE MODULES HRS/WK L+ P MODULES CREDITS PE 1001Y Physiology and Health Education PE 1010Y Psychological Foundations of Physical Education and Sports PE 1020Y Kinesiology PE 1030Y Principles of Physical Education & Sports PE 1040Y Practical Skills I EDS 1010Y Pegagogy (3) EDS 1020Y Curriculum studies, Assessment (3) and Evaluation CSE 1010e Introduction to Information D/E 3 Technology Level 2 CODE MODULES HRS/WK L+ P MODULES CREDITS TP 2000 Professional Practice PE 2001Y History and Development of Physical Education and Sports in Mauritius PE 2010Y Corrective Physical Education and First Aid PE 2020Y Philosophy of Physical Education and Sports PE 2030Y Practical Skills II EDS 2032 Research Methodology COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills

23 LEVEL 3 CODE MODULES HRS/WK L+ P MODULES CREDITS DS 3000 Dissertation 9 PE 3010Y Sociological Foundations of Physical Education & Sports PE 3020Y Specialisation in one Practical Skill (other than Track & Field) PE 3030Y Athletics EDS Teaching the Adolescent: Y(5) A Psychological Perspective COM 3010(3) Educational Leadership & Professional Ethics

24 Social Sciences with History / Geography / Sociology IE General Introduction The BEd Honours (PT) Social Sciences programme is designed for the in service secondary school teachers of Social Sciences (History, Geography and Sociology). It is a follow up of the knowledge and skills imparted at the Teacher s Diploma level. The programme aims to provide a broad education in the Social Sciences, with the option of specializing in any one of the three disciplines of Social Sciences, that is, History, Geography and Sociology. It will, therefore, further equip teachers to teach Social Studies at Forms I to III and either History, Geography or Sociology at Forms V and VI level, depending on their area of specialization. 2. General Entry Requirements As per General Entry Requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees of the University. 3. Programme Requirements A Teacher s Diploma in the relevant field of study from the Mauritius Institute of Education. 4. Programme Duration Normal Maximum (Years) (Years) Degree: 3 Part time 5 Part time 5. Minimum Credits Required for the Award of Undergraduate Degree 135 (Including 60 credits from the Teacher s Diploma). 6. Credits per Year Minimum 18, Maximum 48 credits, subject to regulation 4 above. 7. Assessment An overall total of 40% for combined continuous assessment and written examination components would be required to pass the module, without minimum thresholds within the individual continuous assessment and written examination. Written examinations for all the modules will be carried out at the end of the academic year (unless otherwise stated). All modules have either 3 credits or 6 credits. Level I and Level II modules carry a weighting of 3, except for CS 1020 which carries a weighting of 1, EDS 2010 and TP 2000 carry a weighting of 5. Level III modules carry a weighting of 5 except COM 3010 which carries a weighting of 3. 24

25 Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified): Assessment will be based on written examination of 2-3-hour duration carrying a weighting of 70% and continuous assessment a weighting of 30% of total marks except for the following modules, which will be assessed by continuous assessment only: BS 2010Y, CS 1020Y, EDS 1020Y, EDS 2010 and COM EDS 1010Y, EDS 3010Y, CS1020 and COM 2010 will be assessed by: Examination (30%) and continuous assessment (70%). Professional Practice will be assessed through Portfolio (30%) and Teaching Practice (70%). Students should secure a minimum of 50% to pass the module Professional Practice. Continuous assessment may be based on laboratory works and/or assignment/s but should include at least a class test for non-pedagogical modules. 8. Grading Structure This will be as shown below taking into account that the pass mark for the modules is 40% (except for Professional Practice). GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) Under the GPA, the following letter grades and their grade point equivalent are used: Letter Grade Grade Point Percentage Mark A + 80 x A 70 x < 80 B x < 70 C x < 60 D x < 50 F 0 x < Classification of Award The degree classification will be based on the CPA at the end of the Programme as follows: CPA (%) CLASSIFICATION 70% 1 st Class 60 x < 70 2 nd Class 1 st Division 50 x < 60 2 nd Class 2 nd Division 45 x < 50 3 rd Class 40 x < 45 Pass < 40 No Award with Honours 25

26 10. Deadline for Dissertation First draft to be submitted by the last working day of October 2014 and final copies to be submitted by the last working day of November Repeat and Termination of Registration If the CPA of a student is < 40 for an academic year, the student will have to repeat the entire academic year, and retake modules as and when offered. However, s/he will not be required, if s/he wishes, to retake module(s) for which Grade C or above has been obtained. Students will be allowed to repeat only once over the entire duration of the Programme of Studies. Registration will be terminated if the CPA of the student remains below 40 at the end of an academic year and the student has already repeated one year of study. A student s registration will lapse at the end of the semester in which s/he has successfully completed the minimum requirements for the award of the degree. 12. For those programmes where there are no regular intakes, examinations for repeat modules will be organised upon recommendation of the Board of Studies. NOTE: Students should also refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION TO STUDENTS HANDBOOK ( ). 26

27 Programme Structure The BEd (PT) Social Sciences programme consists of the following components as areas of specialization: History Geography Sociology 13. List of Modules Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P SSH 1010Y(3) 20 th Century Europe ( ) SSG 1020Y(3) Elements of Physical Geography: The Mauritian Natural Environment SSG 1030Y(3) Climatic Hazards and Change SSS 1040Y(3) Society and Culture SSH 2010Y(3) World Politics: (1945 to present time) SSG 2020Y(3) Teaching Geography SSS 2030Y(3) Origin of Sociological Thoughts SSS 2040Y(3) Social Institutions and Social Change SSH 3010Y(5) Teaching History Only one module optional SOH 3020Y (O) History of Indian Ocean (From Ancient times (5) to 1945) SOG 3020Y (O) Globalisation (5) SOS 3020Y (O) Teaching Sociology (5) * Students will choose one option depending on their area of specialization. *Option 1 SOH 3030Y(5) History of Asian Civilization SOH 3040Y(5) History of Africa SOH 3050Y(5) History of Mauritius (from beginning to present time)

28 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P *Option 2 SOG 3030Y(5) SOG 3040Y(5) SOG 3050Y(5) *Option 3 Economic &Social Geography I: Sustainable Development Economic &Social Geography II: Population Studies and Urbanization Contemporary Geographical issues in Mauritius & Rodrigues SOS 3030Y(5) Sociological Theories SOS 3040Y(5) Issues in Contemporary Societies SOS 3050Y(5) Introduction to Sociological Thinking EDUCATION & CURRICULUM STUDIES EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation EDS 2010(3) Research Methodology EDS 3010Y(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective OTHER MODULES CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching COM 2010(5) Communication and Language Skills COM 3010(5) Teacher Leadership

29 14. Programme Plan BEd (Hons) Social Sciences with History/Geography /Sociology. LEVEL 1 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr L+P Credits SSH 1010Y(3) 20 th Century Europe ( ) SSG 1020Y(3) Elements of Physical Geography: The Mauritian Natural Environment SSG 1030Y(3) Climatic Hazards and Change SSS 1040Y(3) Society and Culture EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching LEVEL 2 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr L+P Credits TP 2000(5) Professional Practice - 6 SSH 2010Y(3) World Politics: (1945 to present time) SSG 2020Y(3) Teaching Geography SSS 2030Y(3) Origin of Sociological Thoughts SSS 2040Y(3) Social Institutions and Social Change EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills

30 LEVEL 3 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr L+P Credits EDS 3010(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership SSH 3010Y(5) Teaching History Only one module optional SOH3020Y (O) History of Indian Ocean (From Ancient (5) times to 1945) SOG 3020Y (O) Globalisation (5) SOS 3020Y (O) Teaching Sociology (5) * Students will choose one option depending on their area of specialization. Option 1* History SOH 3030Y(5) History of Asian Civilization SOH 3040Y(5) History of Africa SOH 3050Y(5) History of Mauritius (from beginning to present time) Option 2* Geography SOG 3030Y(5) Economic &Social Geography I: Sustainable Development SOG 3040Y(5) Economic &Social Geography II: Population Studies and Urbanization SOG 3050Y(5) Contemporary Geographical issues in Mauritius & Rodrigues Option 3* Sociology SOS 3030Y(5) Sociological Theories SOS 3040Y(5) Issues in Contemporary Societies SOS 3050Y(5) Introduction to Sociological Thinking Credits earned at the end of Semester 2 Level 3: 75 30

31 BEd (Hons) Visual Arts - IE Objectives This programme is designed for in-service secondary school art teachers who already possess a Teachers Diploma in Visual Arts. It aims at developing their knowledge, skills and attitudes and upgrading their professional level to teach up to Form VI. The competencies in planning Art Curriculum, Examination and Evaluation will be also enhanced. They will be required to engage in critical debates and familiarize themselves with new trends and latest developments in the Art world and in the teaching of Art. 2. General Entry Requirements As per General Entry Requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees of the University. 3. Programme Requirements A Teacher s Diploma in the relevant field of study from the Mauritius Institute of Education. 4. Programme Duration Normal Maximum (Years) (Years) Degree: 3 Part time 5 Part time 5. Minimum Credits Required for the Award of Undergraduate Degree 135 (Including 60 credits from the Teacher s Diploma). 6. Credits per Year Minimum 18, Maximum 48 credits, subject to regulation 4 above. 7. Assessment An overall total of 40% for combined continuous assessment and written examination components would be required to pass the module, without minimum thresholds within the individual continuous assessment and written examination. Written examinations for all the modules will be carried out at the end of the academic year (unless otherwise stated). Examinations/Tests may also be held during semesters or end of year. All modules have either 3 credits or 6 credits. Level I and Level II modules carry a weighting of 3, except for CS 1020 which carries a weighting of 1, EDS 2010 and TP 2000 carry a weighting of 5. Level III modules carry a weighting of 5 except COM 3010 which carries a weighting of 3. 31

32 Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified) Assessment will be based on written examination of 2-3-hour duration carrying a weighting of 70% and continuous assessment weighting of 30% of total marks except for the following modules, which will be assessed by continuous assessment only: CS 1020Y, EDS 1020Y, EDS 2010 and COM EDS 1010Y, EDS 3010Y, CS 1020 and COM 2010 will be assessed by: Examination (30%) and continuous assessment (70%). Professional Practice will be assessed through Portfolio (30%) and Teaching Practice (70%). Students should secure a minimum of 50% to pass the professional practice. Continuous assessment may be based on studio works and/or assignment/s but should include at least a class test for non-pedagogical modules. 8. Grading Structure This will be as shown below taking into account that the pass mark for all modules is 40% (except for Professional Practice). GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) Under the GPA, the following letter grades and their grade point equivalent are used: Letter Grade Grade Point Percentage Mark A + 80 x A 70 x < 80 B x < 70 C x < 60 D x < 50 F 0 x < Classification of Award The degree classification will be based on the CPA at the end of the Programme as follows: CPA (%) CLASSIFICATION 70% 1 st Class 60 x < 70 2 nd Class 1 st Division 50 x < 60 2 nd Class 2 nd Division 45 x < 50 3 rd Class 40 x < 45 Pass < 40 No Award with Honours 32

33 10. Deadline for Dissertation First draft to be submitted by the last working day of October 2014 and final copies to be submitted by the last working day of November Repeat and Termination of Registration If the CPA of a student is < 40 for an academic year, the student will have to repeat the entire academic year, and retake modules as and when offered. However, s/he will not be required, if s/he wishes, to retake module(s) for which Grade C or above has been obtained. Students will be allowed to repeat only once over the entire duration of the Programme of Studies. Registration will be terminated if the CPA of the student remains below 40 at the end of an academic year and the student has already repeated one year of study. A student s registration will lapse at the end of the semester in which s/he has successfully completed the minimum requirements for the award of the degree. 12. For those programmes where there are no regular intakes, examinations for repeat modules will be organised upon recommendation of the Board of Studies. NOTE: Students should also refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION TO STUDENTS HANDBOOK ( ). 33

34 13. List of Modules Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P VISUAL ARTS VA 1010Y(3) Media, Figure Study and Expressive Drawing VA 1020Y(3) Expression and Composition in Painting VA 1030Y(3) Composition in Sculpture VA 1040Y(3) History, Philosophy and Development of Art Education VA 2010Y(3) History of Civilization VA 2020Y(3) Visual Arts Teaching Methods VA 2030Y(3) History of Modern Aesthetic in Art VA 2040Y(3) Fabric Printing and Fibre Art VA 3010Y(5) Creative Painting and Mural VA 3020Y(5) Relief and Experimental Printmaking VA 3030Y(5) Graphic Design VA 3040Y(5) Architecture and Public Art VA 3050Y(5) Creative Sculpture TP 2000(5) Professional Practice 6 DS 3000(5) Dissertation 9 Education & Curriculum Studies EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology EDS 3010(5) Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective Other Core Modules CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership

35 14. Programme Plan LEVEL I Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P VA1010Y(3) Media, Figure Study and Expressive Drawing VA 1020Y(3) Expression and Composition in Painting VA 1030Y(3) Composition in Sculpture VA 1040Y(3) History, Philosophy and Development of Art Education EDS 1010Y(3) Pedagogy EDS 1020Y(3) Curriculum Studies, Assessment & Evaluation CS 1020(1) ICT in Teaching LEVEL 2 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P TP 2000(5) Professional Practice - 6 VA 2010Y(3) History of Civilization VA 2020Y(3) Visual Arts Teaching Methods VA 2030Y(3) History of Modern Aesthetic in Art VA 2040Y(3) Fabric Printing and Fibre Art EDS 2010(5) Research Methodology COM 2010(3) Communication and Language Skills LEVEL 3 Module Code Module Name Hrs/Yr Credits L+P DS 3000(5) Dissertation - 9 VA 3010Y(5) Creative Painting and Mural VA 3020Y(5) Relief and Experimental Printmaking VA 3030Y(5) Graphic Design VA 3040Y(5) Architecture and Public Art VA 3050Y(5) Creative Sculpture EDS 3010Y(5)Teaching the Adolescent: A Psychological Perspective COM 3010(3) Teacher Leadership

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