*Curriculum & Instruction
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Introduction

This degree is intended for Education professionals who want to develop their research knowledge and skills. It covers introductory and advanced level courses on both quantitative and qualitative research methods as well as courses that address important philosophical issues in relation to social science research, with specific reference to Education.

The program aims to:
  • An opportunity to extend and deepen your professional knowledge
  • An opportunity to develop your understanding of specific theories, ideas and practices, and of the relationships between perspectives from different disciplines
  • A caring, collaborative working environment in which students from different backgrounds and of different nationalities can work together and share experiences for their mutual benefit
  • A commitment to intellectual challenge, critical thinking and reflective practice in a top-rated research community
  • An opportunity to develop your intellectual, practical and transferable skills
  • An opportunity to read and evaluate research and to conduct systematic research relevant to your professional practice
  • The knowledge, understanding and skills to further research and design new educational and professional resources

Course Structure

Categories Subject Name Style Credit Hours Semester Note
compulsory: 12 credit
Common Course The Theory of Curriculum research compulsory 2 2 1 Non-credit
Instruction Theory research compulsory 2 2 1
Research in Teaching Assessment compulsory 2 2 1
Research Method of Education compulsory 2 2 1
Seminar compulsory 4 4 1
Elective: 20 credit
Curriculum Course Contemporary Curriculum Issues Elective 2 2 1 at least 4 credit
The Study of Curriculum Evaluation Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Curriculum Design Elective 2 2 1
The study of Curriculum Leadership Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Curriculum Topic Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Curriculum Reform Elective 2 2 1
The Evaluation of Curriculum Essays Elective 2 2 1
The study of School-Based Curriculum Elective 2 2 2
Others        
Instruction Course The Study of Instructional Design Elective 2 2 1 At least 4 credit
The Study of Classroom Management Elective 2 2 1
Selection & Evaluation of Instructional Resources Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Integrated Approach to Teaching Elective 2 2 1
Psychology of Learning Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Learning Strategies Elective 2 2 1
The Analysis of Instructional Processes Elective 2 2 1
The Evaluation of Instructional Essays Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Moral Education Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Instruction of Community Resources Elective 2 2 1
The Study of media education Elective 2 2 1
Knowledge Construction and Instruction Elective 2 2 1
The Study of Instructional Psychology Elective 2 2 2
Questioning Strategies and Techniques Elective 2 2 2
The Study of Teaching Strategies Elective 2 2 2
The Study of Reading Instruction Elective 2 2 2
The Study of Teacher Professional Development Evaluation Elective 2 2 2
The Study of Information Literacy Instruction Elective 2 2 2
Positive Psychology on Education Elective 2 2 2
Learning Diagnosis and Remedial Teaching Elective 2 2 2
Research and Development of Instruction Elective 2 2 2
Application of Multimedia Instructional Technology Elective 2 2 2
Others Elective 2 2 2