Education and Social Science at ICE
ICE provides a diverse range of academic and professional courses in education and social science including non-accredited short courses, accredited programmes in the areas of coaching, educational assessment and social sciences, and Master’s level study in Advanced Subject Teaching.
Our growing range of courses in education and social science offers something for the newcomer interested in understanding aspects of contemporary Britain, including for example the causes of juvenile delinquency and crime, and professional development opportunities for those working in schools, colleges, universities and related organisations. We seek to provide courses based in the highest quality research which are accessible, engaging and relevant.
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|MSt in Advanced Subject Teaching||3 August 2015||Available|
|Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education 2015||18 September 2015||Available|
|Undergraduate Certificate in Coaching||29 September 2015||Waiting list|
|Undergraduate Certificate in Social Sciences||9 October 2015||Available|
|Undergraduate Diploma in Coaching||20 October 2015||Available|
|An introduction to international development: understanding contemporary issues and themes||26 October 2015||Contact us|
|Microfinance: the end of poverty or a capitalist plot?||17 January 2016||Available|
|An introduction to international development: understanding contemporary issues and themes||15 February 2016||Available|
|Divided kingdom: Social class and inequality in modern Britiain||22 April 2016||Available|
|A history of special education in England||15 May 2016||Available|
|MSt in Advanced Subject Teaching||1 August 2017||Contact us|
Dr Nigel Kettley
Nigel Kettley is a University Senior Lecturer and ICE’s Academic Director in Education and Social Science. His teaching involves a wide range of social science courses related to education, social class and crime, but his primary areas of research expertise relate to the patterns and causes of differential educational attainment, widening participation to higher education, theory building in educational research, and conceptualising and explaining differential educational practice.