Placements are a core part of this Master’s Degree, around which all the subjects are articulated. The placement period is designed to enable students to put into practice their professional teaching competencies at secondary, post-secondary, vocational training, and language learning levels. Placements are done in public-sector or publicly funded private-sector schools. Placements are progressive and are organised into three periods: (1) observation, (2) guided intervention and (3) independent intervention.
The following table illustrates this way of organising placements.