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Master in International Education

Mode of study On campus
Friday afternoons
Duration and credits 1 year
60 ECTS
Dates September-June
Location Courses: Alcalá de Henares
Practicum: Schools in Madrid
Language of instruction English and Spanish

Courses

6

Credits: 3. Language: Spanish

The course aims to introduce students to the global changes that have occurred in recent decades at a social, political and economic level, and how these have influenced education. As a result, there are more and more international and bilingual schools that try to train students, future professionals, with a series of language tools and intercultural skills, theoretical and communication techniques, to serve them in different cultural environments. We will also review different educational models, their evolution and effectiveness.

Sin-título-2

Credits: 3. Language: English

This course introduces the various curriculum models used by teachers to design courses and contents taking into account a variety of key issues such as education level, school curriculum or the skills to develop or improve among others. Special emphasis will be placed on models that have students as the protagonists of their learning and teachers as facilitators of that learning. Various models such as those developed by M. Print, L. Brady, or D. Walker, among others, will be analyzed.

Global English

Credits: 3. Language: English

The course aims to analyze the influence and importance of English as the working language in the current global environment. Specific attention will be paid to the wide acceptance of English as the international working language and official form of communication in multiple sectors of the world economy, especially in the diplomatic and business environment, but also in more specific areas such as air and maritime transport. In addition to the language itself, we will make reference to the intercultural environment of the specific professional field in which it is used, illustrating that English has become an essential business tool today.

Sin-título-1

Credits: 3. Language: English

The course aims to introduce students in the field of international academic management and educational administration from the perspective of leadership and innovation. Throughout the course, we will study the challenges and opportunities offered in the current global context of education at all levels, delving into the development of structures and strategies of internationalization, the choice of actions and appropriate programs for each case, the adaptation of operation of the center in an international context and redefining the international culture of the institution.

evaluación de programas internacionales

Credits: 3. Language: Spanish

The evaluation of international educational programs is essential to assess the impact of the results obtained considering objective parameters and specific criteria such as coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, equity and adequacy, among others. Throughout this course, students will learn different types of institutional assessments, the objectives and procedures to be followed to perform an institutional evaluation. Various international quality seals on the field of education will be analyzed, including Ecis. We will also take into account external language evaluation processes (University of Cambridge and TESOL), as independent programs outside the institution.

Sin-título-6

Credits: 3. Language: English

The aim of this course is to delve into the knowledge of a number of teaching methods based on different approaches, techniques and materials, but always focused on students of bilingual schools. Students will work on the CLIL methodology, multiple intelligences, cooperative learning and different approaches aimed to children with special educational needs.

Sin-título-4

Credits: 3. Langue: English

In international schools where students and teachers come from different backgrounds and countries, it is very important that teachers, administration and management understand different aspects of culture. This course offers a theoretical base and practical exercises that help students to develop their intercultural skills.

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Sin-título-4

Credits: 3. Language: English

Learning theories are processes that explain how people learn. Throughout the course, students will delve into various theories including behaviorism, constructivism, cognitivism, transformative learning, neuro-education and their effectiveness in the classroom. Additionally, the most important authors of this area of study and the latest teaching developments and techniques will be studied.

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