Faculty of Education

The list of study-units is updated for Academic Year 2019/20 except where indicated by asterisk (*).


Early Childhood and Primary Education

Language, Literacy and Communication Development in Young Children
4
Semester 1
Sharing Responsibilities with Families and Pluralistic Communities in Early Childhood Education
8
Semester 1
Young Children inquiring about the World
6
Semester 2
Observation, Assessment and Children's Participation in Early Years Settings
4
Semester 2
Nurturing the Spiritual, Moral and Religious Dimensions
4
Semester 2
Enjoying English in the Early Years
4
Semester 2
Children's Early Experiences of Mathematics
4
Semester 2
Implications of Children's Rights and Legal Issues for Early Years Practitioners
4
Semester 2
Social Issues in Early Education
4
Year
Play and its Contribution to Early Years Development
4
Semester 1
Becoming a Reflective Professional
4
Semester 1

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Health, Physical Education and Consumer Studies

Socio-Cultural Issues in Health and Nutrition
4
Semester 2
Perspectives in Health, Consumer and Sustainability Policies and Research
4
Semester 1

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Leadership for Learning and Innovation

Teaching Practice
4
Semester 1
Teaching Practice
4
Semester 2

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Mathematics and Science Education

Science and Music
4
Semester 1
Science and Sports
4
Semester 1
Fact or Fiction
4
Semester 2

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Last Updated: 30 July 2019

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The availability of study-units is subject to timetabling constraints.
Units not attracting a sufficient number of registrations may be withdrawn without notice.
Unless for exceptional approved reasons, no changes to the programme of study for a particular academic year will be made once the students' registration period for that academic year begins.
The language of instruction at the University of Malta is English (where applicable, that is except for students following study-units in foreign languages), and students are expected to be fluent in the English language which will enable them to successfully complete their Erasmus+ Mobility.

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