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  • Objectives
    The Associate Degree in Learning Management program provides personal and professional development for a variety of school support workers such as Teacher Aides. The program will help students become better skilled in supporting children in the areas of literacy and numeracy and in assisting children with special needs. The Associate Degree in Learning Management is designed to provide students with a knowledge and understanding of: * theories and practices appropriate for the management of learning in an emergent education industry; * theories and practices appropriate for teaching in changing educational environments; and * the professional work of teachers and teaching no matter where they are located, including socio-ethical, legal and security issues in such settings.
  • Entry requirements
    Domestic - Prerequisites: English (4, SA), entry is restricted to applicants who are experienced school learning support workers, such as teacher aides, as evidenced by supporting documentation (e.g. statement of service).
  • Academic Title
    Associate Degree of Learning Management
  • Course description

    About Learning Management

    The Associate Degree of Learning Management (ADLM) consists of 16 courses/96 units of credit which is 50% of the Bachelor of Learning Management (Early Childhood) and Bachelor of Learning Management (Primary) programs. Applicants who have completed a Certificate in Teachers Aide may be eligible to receive credit towards the program.

    Graduates of the Associate Degree of Learning Management may be eligible to articulate into the Bachelor of Learning Management program and consequently receive teacher registration.

    Note: it is now a requirement of the Commission for Children and Young People that all university students and other volunteers in schools undergo a criminal history check. Therefore, it will be necessary for all commencing students to apply for a 'Suitability Blue Card' through a nominated person at each campus. The 'Suitability Blue Card' remains current for two years.


    Career Opportunities

    The Associate Degree of Learning Management (ADLM) program provides personal and professional development for a variety of school support workers such as Teacher Aides. The ADLM program will help students become better skilled in supporting children in the areas of literacy and numeracy and in assisting children with special needs.


    Program Structure

    The Associate Degree in Learning Management consists of 16 courses/96 units of credit. Applicants who have completed a Certificate in Teachers Aide may be eligible to receive credit towards the program.

    Teacher aides with at least two years experience or who are recommended by the Principal of the school in which they are employed are eligible to apply for entry. The recommendation by the school's principal for entry must be supportive of the applicant's ability to complete the program.

    Students will be required to enrol as an internal student but will be able to study online while they continue in their employment within an educational setting.

    Graduates of the Associate Degree in Learning Management may be eligible to articulate into the Bachelor of Learning Management program and consequently receive teacher registration.


    Program structure part-time
    Course Code     Course Name

    Yr 1 - T1
    EDED11353     Learning Management 1
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning

    Yr 1 - T2
    EDED11398     Learning Management 2
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    Yr 2 - T1
    EDED11356     Learning Management 3
    EDCU11022     Numeracy in Action

    Yr 2 - T2
    EDED11399     Learning Management 4
    EDCU14019     English Curriculum and Pedagogy

    Yr 3 - T1
    EDCU11020     Science Curriculum & Pedagogy
    EDED11400     Managing Diversity

    Yr 3 - T2
    EDCU12014     Sustainable Communities (SOSE)
    EDED11405      Ensuring Student Success
    FAHE11001      Managing E-Learning

    Yr 4 - T1
    EDED11401     Building Learning Partnerships
    EDED11406     Teaching Reading
    EDED11404     Learning Management 5

    Program structure full-time

    The Associate Degree in Learning Management consists of 16 courses/96 units of credit.
    Course Code     Course Name

    Yr 1 - T1
    EDED11353     Learning Management 1
    EDED11356     Learning Management 3
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning

    Yr 1 - T2
    EDED11398     Learning Management 2
    EDED11399     Learning Management 4
    EDCU14019     English Curriculum and Pedagogy
    FAHE13004     The Global Future

    Yr 2 - T1
    EDCU11020     Science Curriculum & Pedagogy
    EDED11400     Managing Diversity
    EDCU11022     Numeracy in Action

    Yr 2 - T2
    EDCU12014     Sustainable Communities (SOSE)
    EDED11405     Ensuring Student Success
    FAHE11001      Managing E-Learning

    Yr 3 - T1
    EDED11401     Building Learning Partnerships
    EDED11406     Teaching Reading
    EDED11404     Learning Management 5

    The program may be completed either full-time or part-time while the student continues to be employed as a Teacher Aide.

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