MJRP-TCHPR v.1 Primary Education Major (MTeach)
This major/stream is part of a larger course. Information is specific to the major/stream, please refer to the course for more information.
The Primary major will be chosen by those who wish to teach in Years 1 - 6 in Primary Schools, and will provide a foundation for teaching across the primary curriculum. Students will complete professional experience placements in a range of schools and across a range of year levels and will benefit from the School of Educations’ specialisation in STEM subjects.
Major/Stream Entry and Completion Details
A Bachelor Degree with studies equivalent to at least one year FTE in an area relevant to Primary Education. Overall IELTS score of 7.5, with no score below 7 in any of the four skill areas and a score of no less than 8 in speaking and listening.
Major/Stream Learning Outcomes
A graduate of this course can:
1. draw from theory and research to apply knowledge of the needs of students from diverse backgrounds and across the full range of abilities to enhance learning
2. apply high-level discipline knowledge, principles and concepts associated with effective teaching; demonstrate personal literacy and numeracy competencies to the required accreditation standard
3. assess student learning and analyse diverse sources of data to support valid judgements of student learning
4. plan and deliver effective teaching and learning experiences with demonstrated impact
5. use technologies appropriately for learning and teaching
6. engage in professional learning and demonstrate capacity for leadership
7. engage in critical and reflective practice based on local, national and international research
8. create and manage positive learning environments for all students, including those from diverse cultural backgrounds
9. communicate professionally and engage collaboratively with colleagues, parent/carers, and the community
Duration and Availability
This course is two years full time or equivalent part-time study.
|Year 1 Semester 1|
|EDUC5005||v.1||Theories of Development and Learning||25.0|
|EDPR5002||v.1||Teaching Language and Literacy in the Primary Years||25.0|
|EDPR5003||v.1||Teaching Number, Algebra and Probability in the Primary Years||25.0|
|EDPR5000||v.1||Primary Professional Experience 1: Planning||25.0|
|Year 1 Semester 2|
|EDUC5011||v.1||Developing Positive Learning Environments||25.0|
|EDPR5004||v.1||Teaching Humanities and Social Sciences in the Primary Years||25.0|
|EDPR5005||v.1||Teaching Science in the Primary Years||25.0|
|EDPR5001||v.1||Primary Professional Experience 2: Assessment and Reporting||25.0|
|Year 2 Semester 1|
|EDPR5006||v.1||Teaching Language and Literature in the Primary Years||25.0|
|EDUC5009||v.1||Pedagogies for Diversity||25.0|
|EDUC5010||v.1||Schooling and Australian Society||25.0|
|EDUC5007||v.1||Professional Experience 3: Using Data to Inform Teaching and Learning||25.0|
|Year 2 Semester 2|
|EDPR5007||v.1||Quantitative Mathematics for Science Inquiry||25.0|
|EDPR5008||v.1||Teaching Arts in the Primary Years||25.0|
|EDUC5008||v.1||Professional Experience 4: Transition into the Profession||25.0|
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