DURATION: 3 YEARS
ACCREDITATION: HEA, ZQF LEVEL 6
Diploma Secondary Teaching – SOCIAL STUDIES AND MATHEMATICS
Integrating Social Studies and Mathematics in an educational program offers numerous benefits to students, as it provides a holistic approach to learning. Social Studies and Mathematics are essential subjects that equip students with both practical skills and a deeper understanding of the world around them. This program aims to merge these two subjects to enhance students’ critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and their capacity to make informed decisions in real-world contexts.
|History and Philosophy of Education
|Communication and study skills
|Education Psychology and Sociology of Education
|Information Communication Technology
|Social Studies teaching methods I
|Social Studies Education I
|Mathematics teaching methods I
|Curriculum studies and assessment
|Mathematics teaching methods II
|Special education, guidance and counselling
|Social studies teaching methods I
|Social studies Education II
|Teaching practice I
|Education leadership and management
|Education Research (Research report)
|Mathematics teaching methods III
|Social Studies teaching methods III
|Social studies education III
|Teaching Practice II
Programme Aims and Objectives
Upon completing the Integrating Social Studies and Mathematics Education program, students will achieve the following learning outcomes:
Apply mathematical concepts and techniques to solve real-world problems in social studies contexts.
Demonstrate proficiency in mathematical skills such as data analysis, statistics, and measurement.
Analyze historical and social issues using quantitative methods.
Formulate research questions, gather data, and draw conclusions based on evidence.
Identify and solve complex problems by integrating mathematical and social studies knowledge.
Demonstrate an understanding of social and global issues.
Develop a curiosity for learning and an appreciation for the ongoing relevance of social studies and mathematics in everyday life.