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Master of Teaching
The Master of Teaching provides the flexibility of allowing students to gain a teaching qualification in Early Childhood, Primary or Secondary Teaching.
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Graduate Diploma of Education (Applied Learning)
Prepares teachers and other educators to work with young people in secondary schools, TAFE and Adult and Community Education (ACE) agencies where the challenge is to adequately provide young people with knowledge, skills and values for a range of further study and employment pathways. This course responds to the rapid changes underway in the education programs for young people aged 14 to 19. Included amongst new programs are the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) and VET in Schools in the post-compulsory years, and Enterprise Education and Applied Learning programs in the lower and middle secondary school years. These new programs have a distinctive Applied Learning orientation in curriculum and teaching approaches.
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Course summary - E690
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Honours)
Successful applicants will be given Credit for Prior Learning into the course so only one-year full time, or part time equivalent, is needed to complete the ECE Honours.
Course summary - E430
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So you want to become a qualified teacher?
Deakin's graduate entry courses have been designed to enable you to enhance your qualifications in a short period of time. With different entry points available, you can upgrade your qualifications with one of these courses, to meet the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) requirements.