Learning on this course takes place through participating in lectures and small group discussions; by engaging in recommended reading and through participating in the assignments and class-based learning activities including small group discussions, group work exercises, e-learning exercises and use of videos to identify skills and techniques, theories and methods. You will be required to draw upon your own practice experience and relate this to your new learning.
Additional resources for learning are available via StudySpace virtual learnig environment (VLE) which includes digitised readings and hyperlinks from the electronic version of the module guide to relevant websites and practice publications including links to e-books and texts held in the learning resources centre. Learning sessions will include career mapping and opportunities to undertake practice analysis using case studies. All students will be offered an individual tutorial on both modules.
When you arrive at Kingston, we will allocate you a personal tutor to make sure you have access to appropriate advice regarding your academic development.
StudySpace is an online learning management system. It is a potentially limitless resource for lecture notes and interactive teaching including:
Because you can use StudySpace from any internet-enabled computer at any time, you can choose when and where you study.
The Kingston University student intranet provides a fast, easy way to find information online. It provides everything you need to know about student life at Kingston including direct links to StudySpace, StudentHUB, OSIS and the iCat library search facility.
All postgraduate students at Kingston have access to the Graduate Centres, dedicated spaces for graduate students. These are ideal for private study or holding meetings. Find out more in the Facilities section.
International students can access plenty of language support, both before and during your course: