Reading is a truly essential part of studying, particularly for me studying an Education subject – I was always reading up on different theories and concepts. Whether you’re on the 3 years teacher training course, doing a PGCE, or completing a course like Education Studies or Early Years Childhood and want to go into primary teaching then these books are for you.
The key to a successful PGCE year – GOOD FRIENDS!
This week has been my last week of PGCE lectures before my 8 week school placement! This scares the life out of me because it’s what the past five years of A-Levels and University Degree has been working towards. This just means that I have to put my all into it and make the most of every day on school placement as I only have 8 weeks!!
Interview with Dr Simon Hardy, Course Leader for Media & Cultural Studies
Dr Simon Hardy is the Course Leader for Media & Cultural Studies. He teaches War, Democracy, and the Media, a topic which is both passion and practice.
Meet Claire Wolfe, Subject Leader in Journalism!
Claire Wolfe is the Subject Leader in Journalism at the University of Worcester. She was my Independent Study tutor, so I’ve decided to interview her for this blog post.
The first part will include a couple of words about the course, while the second is a Proust personal profile.
Tough Choices and Big Decisions – how I chose to study Biology
When it came to choosing a university, it went quickly from being extremely stressful, to finding the perfect course for me at Worcester. I am studying Biology, but this wasn’t always the path I was heading down…
Joint honours: Good or bad?
I came to Worcester because I knew I wanted to do both English Language and Drama.
The Misconceptions of a Geography Student – it’s more than you think!
“I’ve got my full set of colouring pencils ready!”
This is the first thing a friend of mine on another course said to me after selecting an optional geography module.
10 ridiculous photos of a drama student.
You’ve all heard of the stereotypical drama geek at high school – The kid who generates exuberant eccentricity, the kid who has an overactive imagination and – of course – the kid who has a flair for le théâtre.