As its name indicates, the Swedish approach to preschool (EDUCARE),
integrates educational and care-giving practice to support the learning
and development of children between the ages of one and six.
The international master’s programme in EDUCARE combines classroom-based instruction with field visits to Swedish preschools and other early childhood education venues. The programme welcomes Swedish and international students. Programme instruction is in English.
Students who complete the programme will have expertise in the pedagogy and policies of EDUCARE. Given Sweden’s position as a world leader in early childhood education, graduates of the programme will be well positioned for employment as preschool educators, researchers and leaders, whether they choose to pursue their careers internationally or in Sweden. At the same time, students will leave the programme ready to pursue doctoral studies in early childhood education or related fields, as the programme provides a combination of rigorous research and field work, taught by PhD faculty from the Preschool Educational Research Group at Jönköping University’s School of Education and Communication. But also through guest lectures by national and international experts in the field.
Masterprogrammet genomförs på engelska och vänder sig till både internationella och svenska studenter med ambitionen att leda, utbilda eller forska inom området förskola. För dig som är utbildad förskollärare kan utbildningen fungera som ett steg vidare i karriären, eftersom en magisterexamen är meriterande ...
NB Preliminary list of courses
The growth and development of the Swedish preschool:
from social policy to educational policy 10 credits
Preschool educational/didactical perspectives focusing
on play, exploration and learning 10 credits
Systematic documentation, analysis, and evaluation,
and leadership in preschool 10 credits
Theory of Science and Scientific methods 15 credits
Thesis project (Empirical study) 15 credits
Texten granskad / uppdaterad 2017-06-16