Master of Teaching (Primary)

<p>The Master of Teaching (Primary) equips graduates with a fully accredited professional teaching qualification accredited by TEQSA and BOSTES. Designed for aspiring teachers and career changers, the Master of Teaching (Primary) accredits you to teach in Independent and Public Primary Schools.</p>

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The Master of Teaching (Primary) equips graduates with a fully accredited professional teaching qualification accredited by TEQSA and NESA (formerly BOSTES). Designed for aspiring teachers and career changers, the Master of Teaching (Primary) accredits you to teach in Independent and Public Primary Schools.

Do you love children and get a thrill when you see the lights go on in their hearts and minds? Are you excited about working with young people reaching for their dreams? Are you keen to equip your own future with our fully accredited professional qualification to teach in Independent or Public Primary Schools?

This program is for graduates who sense a calling to primary school teaching and have an appropriate undergraduate degree from a recognised institution. We take students at pre-service level and current teachers seeking to upgrade their qualifications. The majority of our students are in fact career changers. Why not hear and read what some of our students are saying about our program?

We are passionate about tailoring our learning and teaching to students’ individual needs, in small classes where each student is known and mentored by their subject’s lecturer. Students are never a number!

Our signature delivery style is blended learning, where students come on campus for their one week’s face-to-face seminar for each subject and complete the remainder of their study online.  However, all of our subjects can now be studied fully online, with the exception of the professional experience placements which require 60 days in schools.

Dr Jim Twelves
Program Director, Master of Teaching (Primary)

Good teaching cannot be reduced to technique; good teaching comes from the identity and integrity of the teacher (Parker Palmer, 2007).

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