Advice for writing a PhD or EdD
For those of you who got one, we hope you enjoyed a restful and rejuvenating break.
This week’s EDDi Extra returns us to our postgraduate study theme.
Our ‘PG Tips’ article is some sage advice for anyone writing a PhD or EdD thesis":
Accompanying this is a ‘Sociologically Thinking’ piece asking:
And, EDDi readers can still get FREE ACCESS to a sample of Dr Stephen Whitehead’s new book, Total Inclusivity at Work. The Foreword is available to download in both text and audio form (the latter via Jason Lasky).
A flier giving more details is here:
We’ll be back early next month with another traditional EDDi digest.
The New PGCE…now with added iQTS
As you've no doubt read, the UK Government is piloting a new PGCE iQTS programme, recognised by the Department for Education as equivalent to English qualified teacher status (QTS).
The University of Warwick is delighted to be one of a select few providers offering this exciting new programme for August 2022.
As you’d expect, the course is rigorous and robust. For an overview of the requirements, there is an outline (and individual eligibility checker) HERE.
The introduction of PGCE iQTS also means a few changes for Warwick's highly successful PGCEi programme. The admissions and placement criteria have been simplified; head HERE for further information.
A useful comparison of the PGCE iQTS and PGCEi courses can be downloaded HERE.
If you have staff interested in either programme, please feel free to share EDDi.
Or, alternatively, questions can be e-mailed to: email@example.com