Joint Project Ordinary T4 EDUC4066P

  • Academic Session: 2019-20
  • School: School of Education
  • Credits: 20
  • Level: Level 4 (BDS, BVMS, MBChB)
  • Typically Offered: Runs Throughout Semesters 1 and 2
  • Available to Visiting Students: No

Short Description

Project work is a major component of the final year course. It is an extended piece of independent work in which you are able to show your enthusiasm and initiative in attaining the goal set in the project. Most students find their project a stimulating and rewarding experience. The BTechEd projects are designed with your future teaching career in mind and many may provide valuable resources for future work in the classroom. Similarly for The BTechS/M students, project work can focus on an aspect of your studies that you might pursue as a career. Project work is often a topic at job interviews and a good project is a great asset - this applies to all the degree programmes. The project assessment has a high weight in the final award of the degree. It is important to remember that the project is your responsibility and that the onus is on you to submit the work in a timely manner and to arrange meetings with your supervisor.

Assessment

Assessment of the project work will be based on a written report, practical work (including the project plan and interim report), an oral examination and a display/demonstration.

Main Assessment In: April/May

Course Aims

Project work is a major component of the final year course. It is an extended piece of independent work in which you are able to show your enthusiasm and initiative in attaining the goal set in the project. Most students find their project a stimulating and rewarding experience. The BTechEd projects are designed with your future teaching career in mind and many may provide valuable resources for future work in the classroom. Similarly for The BTechS/M students, project work can focus on an aspect of your studies that you might pursue as a career. Project work is often a topic at job interviews and a good project is a great asset - this applies to all the degree programmes. The project assessment has a high weight in the final award of the degree. It is important to remember that the project is your responsibility and that the onus is on you to submit the work in a timely manner and to arrange meetings with your supervisor.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Course

By the end of this course students will be able to: