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					  Education


Faculty of Education
Bachelor of Education (P-10)
Bachelor of Education (Special Education)
  What makes Education at Monash unique?

 High quality teaching and innovative teaching methods                            Quality
                                                                                  Education
 Academic support services
                                                                Choice and                           Career
                                                                 Flexibility
 Specialised facilities                                                                             Ready


 Diverse placement opportunities                                         Global
                                                                       Opportunities
                                                                                               Make a
                                                                                              Difference

 Graduate employment outcomes – 90% - generally the highest in the GO8
 Extensive range of Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate studies including teacher
  education courses, Masters and Higher Degrees in Research
 Reputation and care for preparing graduates for a global market
 Ranked within the top 3 of the 37 providers of teacher education in Australia.



                                                                               Excellence in Teaching
                                                                                   and Research
Undergraduate Degrees Offered By the Faculty
Early Childhood
           Bachelor of Early Childhood Education
           Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies

Primary
            Bachelor of Primary Education
            Bachelor of Primary Education with a range of double degrees with Arts, Arts and Social
            Sciences, Music, Science, Sport and Outdoor Recreation and Visual Arts

Secondary
            Bachelor of Secondary Education with a range of double degrees with Arts, Commerce,
            Music, Science, Sport and Outdoor Recreation and Visual Arts

Sport and Outdoor Recreation
          Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation
          Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation
          Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation and Bachelor of Education (Primary)
          Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Recreation and Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Bachelor of Education (P-10)
Bachelor of Education (Special Education)
Vision for Berwick
 A campus engaging with
  and responding to regional
  community needs through
  research, teaching and
  training in an environment
  of social inclusion

 Delivery of unique
  programs, new pedagogies
  and articulation pathways
  with internal and external
  partners to meet regional
  needs
  Professional Recognition
 Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)


 Early Childhood Australia (Victorian Branch)


 The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority
  (ACECQA)


 Australian Counselling Association (ACA)


 Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC)


 A range of professional organisations related to double degrees
       Bachelor of Education P-10
        •   Duration:                        Four years full-time
        •   Location:                        Berwick campus
        •   Professional Placements:         80 days
        •   Intake:                          Semester 1
        •   Entry requirements:              Units 1 and 2 – two units (any study combination) of
                                             general mathematics or math methods (CAS) or Units
                                             3 and 4 – mathematics (any)
                                             Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in ESL or 25
                                             in any other English
                                             Indicative ATAR (2012): 70.7


    Prepares students for careers as
     teachers of year level Prep to 10


 Students will undertake a major study in
   education theory and curriculum areas
  including English, Maths, Creative Arts,
     Environmental Education, Science,
     History, Indigenous Studies, Social
     Education, Physical Education and
                    Health
Course Overview:
• Prepares students for careers as teachers of years P – 10.

• Strong emphasis on English, Maths, The Arts, Science,
  History, Indigenous Studies, Social Education, Physical
  Education and Health

• Students undertake a major study in education which
  includes child and adolescent development, learning and
  teaching, multiculturalism in education

• Students are required to choose two discipline studies

• A focus on learning pathways such as applied learning and
  gifted learning

• 80 days of professional placements
Bachelor of Education P-10
Discipline Study

Accounting, Biology, Business Management, Chemistry,
   Drama, Earth Sciences, Economics, English as a
 Second Language (ESL), English, Geography, Health,
  History, Information Technology/Computing, Jewish
Studies, Languages Other Than English (LOTE), Legal
 Studies, Mathematics, Media Studies, Music, Outdoor
 Education, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology,
   Science, Social Education, Visual Arts, Workplace
                Training and Assessment
      Bachelor of Education (Special Education)
      New in 2013!
       •   Duration:                      Four years full-time
       •   Location:                      Berwick campus
       •   Professional Placements:       80 days
       •   Intake:                        Semester 1
       •   Entry requirements:            Units 1 and 2 – two units (any study combination) of
                                          general mathematics or math methods (CAS) or Units
                                          3 and 4 – mathematics (any)
                                          Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in ESL or 25
                                          in any other English




 Prepares students for careers as teachers
    of year level Prep to 10 with specialist
  teaching skills and knowledge in the area
     of inclusive and special education.


 This specialist program of study has been
   designed to prepare graduates who are
   skilled and experienced in teaching and
    guiding students with diverse needs.
Course Overview
•   Prepares students for a rewarding career in special education which spans the
    primary and secondary years

•   Covers all aspects of the curriculum from Prep throughout the primary years and
    from years 7 to 10 within secondary settings

•   Students undertake a major sequence in education and in curriculum studies.

•   Students will acquire the skills in areas including learning and educational policy
    and practice, child and adolescent development, multiculturalism and diversity in
    education, global and sustainability education and applied learning.

•   Major curriculum studies include English, Maths, Science, the Arts, History,
    Indigenous Studies, Social Education, Physical Education and Health.

•   Students complete a special education sequence which provides graduates with
    specialist teaching skills and knowledge in the area of inclusive and special
    education. Units include curriculum in inclusive and special education, behaviour
    disorders and positive behaviour support and effective instruction in special
    education.

•   80 days of professional placement in specialist and inclusive settings.
    Employment Prospects

•    Department of Education
•    Independent, catholic or private schools
•    Government schools
•    Charitable organisations and other NGOs
•    Special education
•    TAFE teacher
•    Researcher
•    University academic
•    Numerous careers in the private sector
•    Double degree career options (business,
     science, arts etc.)
  Professional Placements
 Professional Placements provide students with the opportunity to put
  their knowledge into practice in real life settings
     – Placements range from 1 day per week to ‘block’ placements of
       5 days per week for 5 weeks
     – Our placements are sourced from a variety of sectors
     – Special placement opportunities include: rural communities
       (Hamilton and Ballarat), and international: Cook Islands and
       South Africa.




                                  Monash Education student Narelle works out a maths problem
                                   with a student at the Saturday School, Monash South Africa.
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Support services for students
Provided by the Faculty of Education

• Administrative, English language development
• Pastoral care
• Face to face workshops
• Online tutorials to improve literacy and language
• Reading, writing, grammar and referencing
• Social events
• Camps and excursions
More information
Find us on the web: www.education.monash.edu

Or speak to one of our faculty staff:

Clayton: 9905 2819
education.clayton@monash.edu

Gippsland: 9902 6367
education.gippsland@monash.edu

Peninsula: 9904 4291
education.peninsula@monash.edu

International Students Enquiries:
9903 4788
study@monash.edu

				
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