Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Offers an opportunity for teachers and professionals working in a non-school context to further develop skills, knowledge and professional networks in behaviour management. This practical course has been developed in conjunction with practising teachers and professionals working with at risk youth. It focuses on developing skills in working with young people, especially those presenting difficult behaviour, with a view to supporting them on pathways to responsible behaviour. It offers in-service teachers and those working with youth, an opportunity to critically assess current trends in classroom management, challenge personal and system-wide assumptions about student behaviour, as well as enhance skills in dealing with challenging behaviours.
4 units: 60 credit points
- Changing Practice in Classroom Management
- Success with Challenging Youth
- Independent Study
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply. It is desirable that all applicants have a Bachelor of Education, with equivalents considered. Alternatively applicants can have a three-year degree and a Graduate Diploma of Education, with equivalents considered. Special entry may be considered for three-year trained teachers with extensive professional experience. Alternatively special entry may be considered for students with other non-teaching qualifications. This group is encouraged to apply.
Master of Education
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Related careers: Teacher, Teacher with specialist behaviour management skills