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Courses in the School of Education
Our early childhood courses draw on current research, contemporary approaches to curriculum and new technologies to prepare graduates for teaching in the 21st century. Visit the Early Childhood Program page for further information.
We feel that all students need teachers who have a strong understanding and knowledge of the theories and practices surrounding quality and engaging classrooms. Visit the Primary Program page for further information.
The Master of Teaching (Secondary) helps to shape individuals with passion for their content knowledge into teachers who are confident and skilled practitioners. Visit the Secondary Program page for further information.
Our program is designed to enable the student to develop their understandings and skills in working in early childhood intervention, inclusive settings, supported settings or gifted education. Visit the Special Education Program page.
Our program explores the dynamic inter-relationships between the personal, social, environmental and ‘spiritual’ domains. Everything we do as individuals affects others; our shared communities and environments. Visit our Social Ecology Program page.
Master of Education
Our course offers specialised programs in Social Ecology, Leadership, and Special Education. It offers a fresh approach to professional learning for people from a range of professions and community contexts. Visit the Masters of Education Program page.
The Bachelor of Education (Honours) is an end-on education program that provides focused research training leading to the award of Honours. The Bachelor of Education enables graduates to attain five year teacher qualification salary status. Please visit the Honours Program page.