Are you a recent graduate, wanting to change careers or looking to follow your teaching passion?
If you're interested in teaching in secondary schools and other youth settings, such as the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) and TAFEs, this course information session is for you.
The Master of Applied Learning and Teaching (Secondary) equips students with the skills to engage critically in teaching practice and explore contemporary teaching ideas and practices. The course uses a problem-based approach which is closely aligned with authentic school improvement initiatives and will equip you with the skills to become an adaptive and work-ready graduate.
During this information session, you'll learn more about:
- the course overview and structure
- our interactive experiences and partnerships with the education sector
- eligibility to study, including entry requirements
- research training
- student success stories
- Deakin's student support services.
You'll also learn more about opportunities to build industry connections and how we support students with graduate employment through DeakinTALENT, your anytime-anywhere careers and employment service.
To be eligible for this course, you must hold a bachelor degree in a different discipline including successful completion of major and minor studies in at least two curriculum areas recognised by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). For more information about the assessment of secondary methods visit the VIT website.
Date and time
Tuesday 26 May 2020