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Graduate Certificate of Education (Special Educational Needs)

Course summary for international students

Award granted Graduate Certificate of Education (Special Educational Needs)
Deakin course code E544

Notes: This course is an exit only course from 2012. Students who enrolled in 2012 and earlier years are asked to contact the Faculty Student Services Office for enrolment advice.

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Course overview

The Graduate Certificate of Education (Special Educational Needs) is an exit only pathway from the Master of Education (Special Educational Needs). The course allows teachers and other professionals to gain credit for units completed should they elect not to complete that masters course.

 

(Note: The Graduate Certificate or Education (Special Educational Needs) is not VIT endorsed. Applicants who require eligibility for employment in Victorian special schools need to complete the Master of Education (Special Educational Needs), which includes the required supervised teaching component.)

 

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Course rules

The exit course requires the completion of 4 credit points from the list below:

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Course structure

Students must complete any 2 credit points from the following:

Trimester 1

EEI714 Individualised Program Planning  

ECP703 Child Protection  

 

Trimester 2

EXE732 Social Justice and Difference  

EEI715 Effective Classroom Management: Positive Learning Environments  

 

Plus a further 2 credit points from the following:

Trimester 1

ESP701 Education and Development of Exceptional Learners  

ESM701 Teaching Mathematics Successfully  

 

Trimester 2

EEL702 New and Traditional Literacies and Diverse Student Needs  

ESP703 Student Welfare and Discipline Issues  

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Teaching methods

Students receive instructional materials through CloudDeakin, CD-ROM and website links and some print materials interaction with lecturers is provided through use of CloudDeakin, email and telephone.

 

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