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  • Objectives
    The Bachelor of Learning Management programs replace the suite of Bachelor of Education programs. The degrees were developed in partnership with teachers and principals and the programs give students much more school contact than in the past. Students will be given many opportunities to teach in a range of settings. In the final term of their degree, students undertake a ten-week internship. Throughout their studies, students are supported by learning managers who are experienced school teachers trained to mentor students. The BLM is a futures-oriented degree that is dedicated to the graduation of 'classroom-ready' teachers who are experts in 'learning' and its management. Students can undertake an accelerated program over three years.
  • Practical experience
    100 days of embedded professional practice with a practising teacher plus an internship with authorisation to teach.
  • Entry requirements
    Domestic students - Prerequisites: English (4, SA)
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Learning Management (Japanese)
  • Course description

    About Learning Management (Japanese)

    The Bachelor of Learning Management (Japanese) program is dedicated to the graduation of industry-ready and futures oriented educators who specialise in teaching Japanese language. Students are supported by industry-experienced educators – trained to mentor students.

    Students explore personal development through self-understanding and expression, as well as the theoretical foundations of education. Academic development and the practical application of teaching skills are also a focal point in learning management programs.

    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 Bachelor of Learning Management (Japanese) is a pre-service preparation program for those who aim to pursue a career as a Japanese language teacher in either the primary or secondary sectors in Queensland. You will have the skills to work in a range of second language settings. There are also opportunities outside education in other related fields both at home and abroad.


    Program Structure

    Students must complete 32 courses.

    The program can be undertaken as a 3 or 4 year structure:

        * BLM (Japanese) Primary - 4 year structure;
        * BLM (Japanese) Primary - 3 year structure;
        * BLM (Japanese) Secondary - 4 year structure; and
        * BLM (Japanese) Secondary - 3 year structure.


    BLM (Japanese) primary - 4 year structure
    Course Code     Course Name

    Year 1 - T1
    EDED11353     Learning Management 1
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    or EDED11354 (pre 2008)     
    JALC11003     Japan and its Culture
    or JALC10001 (pre 2008)     
    EDED11400     Managing Diversity

    Year 1 - T2
    EDED11398     Learning Management 2
    EDED13431     Competence in English
    EDFE11015     Embedded Professional Learning 1
    JALC11004     Japanese Life-Style and Custom

    Year 1 - T3
    FAHE13004     The Global Future
    Education elective #1     

    Year 2 - T1
    EDED11356     Learning Management 3
    JALC10003     Formal and Informal Japanese Communication
    LOTE11035     LOTE Curriculum and Pedagogy

    Year 2 - T2
    EDED11399     Learning Management 4
    EDFE12039     Embedded Professional Learning 2
    JALC19002     Professional Teaching in Japan

    Year 2 - T3
    EDED11450     Second Language Teaching Methodologies

    Year 3 - T1
    EDCU13016     Literacy In the Classroom
    EDED11406     Teaching Reading
    EDFE13017     Embedded Professional Learning 3

    Year 3 - T2
    EDCU11015     Numeracy in the Classroom
    EDED11405     Ensuring Student Success
    FAHE11001     Managing E-Learning
    JALC10004     Colloquial Communication in Japanese

    YR3 - T3
    Education elective x 2     

    Year 4 - T1
    EDED11401     Building Learning Partnerships
    EDED11404     Learning Management 5
    JALC19001     Learning with Japanese University

    Year 4 - T2
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    or EDED11403 (pre 2008)     
    EDFE14018     Embedded Professional Learning 4
    EDFE13027     Embedded Professional Learning 5 - Internship

    * Students who have completed EDED11355 Futures should not complete The Global Future

    * Students who have completed EDED11402 e.Learning Manager should not complete Managing e.Learning

     

    Students must complete 3 of the following education elective courses in Term 3 as indicated above.  Availability of electives may vary between campuses and are offered in alternate years.

        * EDED11331 HMS II - Motor Development and Skill Acquistion
        * EDED11444 Understanding Inclusion in Educations
        * EDED12334 Teaching Aquatics
        * EDED12335 Teaching and Coaching
        * EDED19329 Fundamental Structures of School Maths 1
        * EDED19336 Teaching about the Living World
        * VART13007 Visual Arts Media and Society
        * EDED11328 Teaching Health and Fitness

    BLM (Japanese) - Primary pathway 3 year program structure (fast track)

    This option is only available to students who have demonstrated, and continue to demonstrate high achievement in their studies.  Students are required to seek permission from the Program Coordinator before commencing the 'fast-track' program structure.
    BLM (Japanese) secondary - 4 year structure
    Course Code     Course Name

    Year 1 - T1
    EDED11353     Learning Management 1
    EDED11449     Principles of University Learning
    JALC11003     Japan and its Culture
    #1 Discipline Study (2nd Teaching Area)     

    Year 1 - T2
    EDED11398     Learning Management 2
    EDFE11036     Embedded Professional Learning 1 (Secondary)
    FAHE13004     The Global Future
    JALC11004     Japanese Life-Style and Custom

    Year 1 - T3
    EDVT11004     Adolescent & Adult Education

    Year 2 - Term 1
    EDED11356     Learning Management 3
    EDED11400     Managing Diversity
    JALC10003     Formal and Informal Japanese Communication
    #3 Discipline Study (2nd Teaching Area)     

    Year 2 - T2
    EDSE11006     Middle Phase Pedagogy
    JALC10004     Colloquial Communication in Japanese
    LOTE11035     LOTE Curriculum and Pedagogy
    #3 Discipline Study (2nd Teaching Area)     

    Year 2 - T3
    EDVT12015     Adolescent & Adult Literacy & Numeracy

    Year 3 - T1
    EDSE12017     Senior Phase Pedagogy 2
    LOTE11011     Second Language Teaching Methodologies
    #4 Discipline Study (2nd Teaching Area)     

    Year 3 - T2
    EDFE12036     Embedded Professional Learning 2 (Secondary)
    FAHE13001     Professional Skills
    JALC19002     Professional Teaching in Japan
    #5 Discipline Study (2nd Teaching Area)     

    Year 3 - T3
    EDFE13031     Embedded Professional Learning 3 (Secondary)
    EDVT10020     Assessment & Reporting in Sec/VET

    Year 4 - T1
    EDED11401     Building Learning Partnerships
    JALC19001     Learning with Japanese University
    #6 Discipline Study (2nd Teaching Area)     

    Year 4 - T2
    EDFE14018     Embedded Professional Learning 4
    EDFE13027     Embedded Professional Learning 5 - Internship

    * Students who have completed EDED11355 Futures should not complete The Global Future

    * Students who have completed EDED11402 e.Learning Manager should not complete Managing e.Learning

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