This course is not available for on-campus study by students on an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Bachelor of Education (course code 206) requires the successful completion of 120 credit points (eight units), including one 15 credit point core Education (EDU) unit and seven other 15 credit point units as negotiated with the course coordinator.
The Bachelor of Education course requires students to spend substantial periods of time teaching in schools/centres as part of a coordinated program of practice teaching.
TYPES OF UNITS
Studies in the theory of education, teaching studies and practice, and in specialised fields of education such as special education, teaching and learning and aboriginal education. Education studies may consist of compulsory or elective units.
Study of syllabuses and related teaching methods in the curricula of early childhood and child care centres, primary schools, secondary schools and technical colleges. Curriculum studies may consist of compulsory units, elective units and specialisation pathway units.
General Studies Units/Elective Units
General studies units constitute background content to curriculum areas of study or constitute studies aimed at developing the general education of students. Elective units in the fourth year permit students to select areas of teaching for study in depth.
Unit Description Points
Select 15 credit points from:
EDU4384 Strategies for Teacher Development 15
EDU4386 Self Concept in the Classroom 15
EDU4700 Curriculum Theory and Practice 15
Plus 105 credit points of Education, Curriculum or General Studies units chosen in discussion with course coordinator. Students can negotiate units from outside the School of Education with approval.
A detailed list of available units can be obtained from the School of Education:
Students should plan to study the core Education units early in their sequence of units, since some specialist units may assume knowledge of the content covered in the core units.
Although it is normally expected that all units studied will be at fourth year level, circumstances will arise where it is appropriate for students to include a limited number of units below this level.