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Master of Education (Language Intervention and Hearing Impairment)

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  • Objectives
    Students completing the Masterof Education (Language Intervention and Hearing Impairment) should be able to: * Have knowledge of current thinking and research in either language intervention or education of the hearing impaired; * Be stimulated to think critically and analytically about issues and ideas; * Be encouraged to think critically and creatively about their teaching; * Have the opportunity to explore the relevance and application of new ideas to their professional practice; * Engage in problem solving both independently and as a member of a team; * Think critically about their own assumptions and evaluate their own ideas; * Demonstrate broad writing and communication skills; * Have an ongoing and deepening commitment to the study and practice of education.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Education (Language Intervention and Hearing Impairment)
  • Course description
    Subject      Semester      Credit Points
    460-713  Information Processing and Perception
    This subject addresses information processing models of sensory perception and learning. It will introduce the topic of brain function, the way language is processed in the brain, and the impact of sensory and/or language impairment on development. I...     Semester 1     12.50

    460-714  Early Language and Literacy Development
    This subject addresses information processing models of sensory perception and learning. It will introduce the topic of brain function, the way language is processed in the brain, and the impact of sensory and/or language impairment on development. I...     Semester 1     12.50

    460-715  Language & Literacy Intervention 1
    This subject addresses theories and research into the communication, language, and literacy skills of school aged students with a language delay/disorder or hearing loss; the impact of a language disorder/delay on the development of social skills; sa...     Semester 2     12.50

    460-716  Language & Literacy Intervention 2
    This subject addresses a range of strategies for supporting and promoting communication, language, and literacy development in school aged students with language delay/disorder or hearing loss who use spoken (and/or sign) communication. Contemporary ...     Semester 2     12.50

    460-614  Inclusion and Child/Family Interventions
    This subject addresses current theories and principles underpinning early childhood intervention, special education and inclusion; evolution and principles in the inclusion of children and students with a disability; family-centred practice; child-ce...     Semester 2     12.50

    472-639  Family-Professional Partnerships
    This subject addresses the impact of disability on contemporary family life; principles and practices involved in working in partnership with parents; development of Individual Family Service and Support Plans and Program Plans; consultancy skills; i...     Semester 1     12.50

    460-717  Professional Practice 1 (LI&HI)
    Students will undertake practicum placements in settings in which students with a language delay/disorder and/or a hearing loss are educated. During practicum placements, students will develop skills in planning, implementing and evaluating programs....     Semester 1     12.50

    460-718  Professional Practice 2 (LI&HI)
    Students will complete practicum placement/s in approved settings to allow them to work towards assuming the full-time role of a teacher of students with language delay/disorder or hearing loss. Students will complete an extensive case study with an ...     Semester 2     12.50

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