Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching for Higher Education
School of Education, Fremantle Campus
Are you a passionate educator looking to enhance your teaching skills in higher education and adult learning? Do you want to know more about curriculum planning, assessment and educational research? Facilitated by the Learning and Teaching Office, this highly-focused program will provide the knowledge and skills to enrich your teaching practices at the tertiary level. It is delivered fully online and as a nested program, the Graduate Certificate is a platform for further study in learning and teaching in higher education up to the Master’s level.
Why study this degree?
The Graduate Certificate in Learning & Teaching for Higher Education is underpinned by a growth model that understands that higher education teachers are learners, and that growth requires a scholarly approach. With this in mind, the program has been created so that you can complete four courses to earn the Graduate Certificate or another four (eight courses in total) to earn the Graduate Diploma. It also provides the foundation for the proposed Master’s by coursework and research programs.
This highly-focused program provides opportunities for you to apply your knowledge of current perspectives about university teaching. You will finish the program with the capabilities to teach from a learner-centered approach, incorporate technology to enhance student engagement, and grow in a community of practice to create pedagogical research projects. Not all of these courses are offered in every Semester, and enrolment is typically on a part-time study basis.
- Introduction to Teaching in Higher Education
- Designing Curriculum for Effective Learning
- Principles and Practices of Assessment and Evaluation
- Action Research OR Supervising Postgraduate Research
Full details of the program requirements are contained in the Program Regulations.
Applicants must have a recognised Bachelor's degree in any discipline.
More information can be found at the Fees page.