Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum)
School of Education
Designed to be completed in six months of full-time study, the Graduate Certificate in Education (Curriculum) provides a cohesive and specialised program of study for those wishing to deepen their understanding of contemporary school curriculum.
Why study this program?
Students must complete four of the following courses:
- Values Across the Curriculum
- Justice and Social Teaching
- Trends in Early Childhood Development and Teaching
- Integration in Early Childhood Development
- Educating for a New Earth and the Environmental Challenge
- Instructional Leadership
- *Teaching and Leading in the Middle Years of Schooling
- Adaptive Education for the Inclusive Classroom
- Strategic Management in Education
- Critical and Creative Thinking in Religious Education
- *Behaviour Management and Social Skills Instruction
- *Children of High Ability: Gifted and Talented
- *Positive Education: Wellbeing and Student Achievement
- *Early Childhood Curriculum Development
*denotes courses available in Semester 2, 2020
Students may undertake study as a part-time or full-time student, commencing in Summer Term (January), in Semester 1 (February) or April Intensive, in Winter Term (July), in Semester 2 (July) or October Intensive, subject to course availability.
Full details of the program requirements are contained in the Program Regulations.
- Hold the equivalent of a four year teaching qualification; and
- Have at least three years of professional experience.
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