Qualification of Education: Primary Education
Academic year: 2019-20
Field of Study: Education
Study load: 180
Survey of programme-specific learning outcomes and sub-programme-specific learning outcomes in the teacher training programme at HoGent
LEARNING OUTCOME 1: Communicate constructively in various contexts with all parties involved
1.1 Present themselves as powerful and expressive individuals
1.2 Communicate effectively and efficiently with the students
1.3 Communicate effectively and efficiently with the students’ parents and carers
1.4 Communicate effectively and efficiently with colleagues, the board and external partners
1.5 Teaching with specific language development in mind, so as to improve the language skills of the students
1.6 Communicate effectively and efficiently to promote effective classroom management
LEARNING OUTCOME 2: Actively participate in a (wide) school team
2.1 As a team player, contribute to a good working atmosphere
2.2 Contribute constructively to teamwork situations inside and outside the school
LEARNING OUTCOME 3: Develop a professional view linked to the social reality based on international and broad cultural participation
3.1 Tailor social issues and developments to education in a responsible manner.
3.2 Add substance to the teaching profession by international participation.
3.3 Add substance to the teaching profession by a wide cultural participation.
LEARNING OUTCOME 4: Pursue autonomous and lifelong experience-based learning
4.1 Integrate current methods and technology in their own teaching practice
4.2 Constantly update their own subject-specific and pedagogical expertise
4.3 Permanently adjust their own actions based on valid information
LEARNING OUTCOME 5: Act in an innovative and solution-focused manner based on critical reflection
5.1 Use feedback and critical reflection to optimise pedagogical and didactic processes
5.2 Question their own frame of reference, that of others and are open to cross-fertilisation
5.3 Address problems and situations in a learning-conducive manner
LEARNING OUTCOME 6: Commit through an investigative approach to constantly achieving their own educational reality
6.1 Interpret the results of practice-based educational research
6.2 Conduct practice-based research to optimise the teaching practice
LEARNING OUTCOME 7: Use diversity and added value for didactic-pedagogical processes in the teaching practice.
7.1 Trace relevant characteristics of (groups of) students that determine differentiated working in the classroom and at school
7.2 Develop objectives, methods, learning content, learning activities and assessment forms tailored to each student
7.3 Encourage students to deal with diversity in the classroom, at school and in society in a constructive and respectful manner
7.4 Constructively involve the contextual diversity of the child and the school by differentiating in the classroom and at school
LEARNING OUTCOME 8: Create a dynamic and innovative learning environment in all its facets in an enterprising manner
8.1 Assist students in the functional and critically-minded application of multimedia, ICT and other learning tools
8.2 Use authentic experiences as context for the learning process
8.3 Arrange a classroom, a school building as an adapted, challenging and safe learning and living zone
LEARNING OUTCOME 9: Integrate subject-specific and didactic expertise to create customised learning opportunities for all students
9.1 Find out relevant characteristics of the students/student group/learning environment that affect the quality of learning and teaching.
9.2 Tailor objectives to the students’ starting position, learning outcomes/development objectives, curriculum, learning tracks and the educational project.
9.3 Pursue coherence in the courses on offer, in both subject-specific and interdisciplinary education.
9.4 Translate learning content and strategies into stimulating learning activities
9.5 Organise appropriate evaluation and/or assessment in the educational learning process
LEARNING OUTCOME 10: Function efficiently and effectively within the legal, deontological, organisational and administrative framework
10.1 Implement relevant and current legal and administrative tasks that form part of the teaching job correctly and deontologically.
10.2 Together with the school team and board, contribute to the expounding of the school policy.
LEARNING OUTCOME 11: Expand care for the students and for themselves, with due attention for individual self-reliance and self-management
11.1 Promoting the students’ physical and mental health.
11.2 Promoting their own physical and mental health.
11.3 In the context of school care policy, collect, and adequately deal with, student details systematically and in multidisciplinary consultation.
11.4 Ensure that student characteristics can be discussed with parents and carers in the wider social context.
11.5 Promote development and emancipation, taking the individuals’ specific learning and living situation into consideration.
A Bachelor (Ba) of Education: Primary Education can, after the successful completion of a bridging program (between 45 and 90 credits), gain access to the following Master Programs:
- Master of Arts in Gender en Diversity
- Master of Science in Adult Educational Sciences
- Master of Science in Agogic Sciences
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Communication Management
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Film- and Television Studies
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Journalism
- Master of Science in Communication Science: New Media and Society
- Master of Science in Educational Sciences
- Master of Science in EU-Studies
- Master of Science in Political Science
- Master of Science in Sociology
- Master of Science of Instructional and Educational Sciences
- Postgraduate in non-confessional Ethics