Graduate Certificate of Higher Education Learning and Teaching
Course summary for current students
|Year||2017 course information|
|Award granted||Graduate Certificate of Higher Education Learning and Teaching|
|Campus||This course is only offered in Cloud (online) mode|
1 year part-time
|Deakin course code||E575|
This course replaces the Graduate Certificate of Higher Education (E570) from Trimester 2 2014.
Progress your career in tertiary education and enhance your understanding of teaching and learning.
This course teaches you the most effective ways to approach important tasks in tertiary education – from curriculum design, to assessment, to the leadership of teaching teams. This type of qualification is becoming increasingly valued across the higher education sector – both locally and internationally.
Our Graduate Certificate of Higher Education Learning and Teaching is suitable for all academics teaching undergraduate or postgraduate students, those in research supervision, as well as leaders and managers of higher education.
You’ll also investigate your own teaching practices and contexts, so it’s highly desirable that you’re already engaged in tertiary teaching in some way.
Articulation to Masters course
The Graduate Certificate may articulate into the Master of Education
This course will be offered in Cloud (online) mode with online and distance education elements. Some face-to-face seminars will be available. Instruction will be provided through CloudDeakin, multimedia resources and recommended texts and readings.
Fees and charges
Fees and charges vary depending on your course, your fee category and the year you started. To find out about the fees and charges that apply to you, visit www.deakin.edu.au/fees.
Course Learning Outcomes
Deakin Graduate Learning Outcomes
Course Learning Outcomes
Discipline specific knowledge and capabilities
|Acquire advanced and specialised knowledge of the principles of contemporary curriculum design, pedagogy and evidence-based assessment and their application for teaching and learning in higher education.|
|Employ a range of oral and written communication skills and standards required of the higher education teacher and scholar to be able to transmit complex knowledge to a variety of audiences.|
|Select and use a range of digital technologies and data sources to search, analyse, report, evaluate and communicate within the practice and scholarship of teaching.|
|Critically review, analyse and synthesise complex ideas and make informed judgements to improve teaching and learning in higher education.|
|Use specialist knowledge and cognitive skills to analyse and review key drivers, challenges and trends impacting higher education, identify implications for teaching and scholarship by drawing on relevant theories of learning and recommend a range of approaches and solutions.|
|Apply an evidence-based approach to critical self-reflection in relation to teaching and learning, and have a commitment to ongoing, self-directed professional development.|
|Work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary team to create solutions to authentic problems of practice in higher education.|
|Apply ethical and professional standards to engage with key challenges in teaching and learning globally, within diverse socioeconomic, cultural and religious contexts.|
Approved by Faculty Board June 2014
The course requires the completion of 4 credit points comprising four core units.
|EEE730||Contextualising Learning and Teaching in Higher Education|
|EEE731||Designing, Teaching and Assessing Higher Education Programs|
|EEE733||The Scholarship of Learning and Teaching|