WILL YOU GIVE THE GIFT OF SOUND?
At Deafness Research UK we receive no government funding for our
essential and valued. By including a gift
entirely on the generosity of our supporters and makes the support we receive from legacies all
research. This means we depend the more
to us in your WILL, you will help
safeguard the future of our research and enable work to proceed that will make a lasting difference to the lives of people with hearing problems.
A gift of any size in your WILL to Deafness Research UK has the potential to transform and improve life for future generations affected by deafness, related conditions.
To find more about how you can leave a legacy, please call us on
020 7 www.deafnessresearch.org.uk
Registered charity number 326915
MSc in Deaf Education Teacher of the Deaf Qualification – TDA approved
Opportunity to train at a recognised centre of excellence.
Available across the UK and throughout Europe. It is also possible to custom design programmes for other settings.
Our secondary achievers.
Everyone ofoursecondarypupilshas atailor-made, individuallearning programme. Small classes are taught by specialist teachers and speech and language therapyis provided on campus. All ofwhichis backed byour excellent support facilities. So combine this with our structured approach to thedevelopment oflifeandindependence skills and you’ll see the reason for our recent success with national qualifications and value added scores. For full details of the various day or residential options, please call 01332 362512 (voice/text).
Royal School for the Deaf Derby, Ashbourne Road, Derby DE22 3BH. E-mail: email@example.com www.rsd-derby.org
Reg. Charity No. 1062507
This 2 year programme will provide accessible, flexible, cutting edge course materials, translating research into practice. The course aims to ensure teachers are provided with the understanding, knowledge and skills necessary to be a Teacher of the Deaf in the 21st century. We believe all deaf children can and should achieve their potential.
Students can study on campus or as e-blended learners Target audience and entry requirements
The course is aimed at qualified teachers who want to work within the field of deaf education.
Course delivery: On campus 20 days per year OR E blended with course materials and lectures delivered online, 6 days on campus (3 days, autumn and spring term)
From 2008 we are planning to add research methods and a dissertation to gain an MSc in Deaf Education.
Admissions contact School of Psychological Sciences, Graduate Secre tary E-mail: david.pa
Tel: +44(0) 161 275 2583
You are invited to contact the course tutor for further information: wendy.mc
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