Are you ready to educate and empower future generations with a postgraduate degree from one of Australia's top five universities for education*?
Register for our upcoming webinar and find out how you can follow your passion and make a difference to the lives of others. Our teaching courses are career-focused and have been developed in consultation with principals, teachers and industry partners including the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
Learn how Deakin's Professional Experience Program is integral to our courses, ensuring you have the practical skills needed for a successful teaching career. Discover how we work with more then 1400 schools and early childhood centres across Australia– with a dedicated team to help you find the perfect placements based on your interests, skills and needs.
Don't miss your opportunity to learn about our postgraduate teaching courses:
- Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)
- Master of Teaching (Primary and Early Childhood)
- Master of Teaching (Primary)
- Master of Teaching (Primary and Secondary)
- Master of Teaching (Secondary).
Get your questions answered by our experts about entry requirements, course details, career opportunities and more.
Damian Blake is a Professor in Education and Head of School for Deakin’s School of Education. Damian’s teaching and research interests have a focus on applied learning and educational partnerships to support engagement in learning.
Dr Matthew Thomas is Course Director of the Master of Teaching (Secondary) and Master of Teaching (Secondary and Primary). Matthew lectures in pedagogy, curriculum and research methodology. He is a former schoolteacher with a background in leadership, strategy and negotiation. His research interests focus on time, power, human rights and technology.
Dr Kate Johnstone is a qualified primary teacher (B.Ed Primary, Hons) with a particular interest in researching student experiences of the transition from primary to secondary school. Kate teaches across multiple Master of Teaching core units at Deakin, has previously provided leadership as Master of Teaching Cloud Coordinator and is currently Course Director of the Master of Teaching (Secondary).
Dr George Aranda is a former cognitive neuroscientist who has moved from the world of brains to science education research and science communication. George is a Lecturer in Education (Science Education) and has broad interests in writing, social networking mdoes of communication, podcasting, science communication videos and understanding how scientists and their work are perceived in the world.
*QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021