25 Academic studies in education reviews at University of Derby
Education Studies, BA
By member848623 On
22nd May 20
I have experienced the way you downgrade your students specifically if they are not white origins. Try to tackle the issues by treating everyone fairly and respect everyone regardless whatever colour they are.
Being a Joint Honours student has really expanded my skills, allowing me to diversify my job prospects through personal development and being able to adapt to different learning styles of two completely different subjects. I major in Sociology, which is a course I really enjoy, and the content is always intellectually stimulating, and encourages further thinking and exploration. The lecturers are all really interesting, fun and helpful, and you create a personal relationship with them across the three years, so they are more like friends than teachers.
Education studies is also a fun subject, which allowed (and payed) for me to go to Milan for 5 weeks to teach in Italy in my second year. This was an incredible experience, and really demonstrated to me the prospect of becoming a teacher once I left University.
I remember coming here to read the comments before enroling for a course with the University. There were more people for the Uni than against it. So I concluded it would not be so bad. Enroling was the greatest mistake of my life. 1 lecturer takes 4 out of 7 courses, they treat student like high school pupils, non-interactive lessons co-joined with unsupportive and discriminatory facilitators. Get ready for some subtle victimisation if you speak up. Be their guest if you have a few pounds (in thousands) to trade for little or no value.
Early Childhood Studies (with Practitioner Options), BA
By member1234826 On
9th November 18
The course I do is early childhood studies the lecturers themselves are amazing and all have a great understanding of what they are talking about. My personal tutor and all my lecturers are forever supporting me and encouraging me to do me very best