Graduate Certificate in STEAM Education

Griffith University

The Graduate Certificate in STEAM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) realises the connection between technology, science and the arts, and how to understand and interpret these disciplines in the curriculum and the classroom. The Federal Governments Department of Education and Training (DET), as well as the Chief Scientist, have identified the importance of strengthening teaching and learning in these areas, factoring in advances in computing power and increased access to specialised equipment and technology (such as 3D printers). As the teaching of science and technical disciplines becomes increasingly important, this program offers the ideal opportunity for teachers to refresh and broaden their knowledge in these areas, or for graduates in related disciplines to up-skill through a personalised professional learning program. It is expected that students who have completed the accelerated 3.5 year Bachelor of Education at Griffith will be able to access and complete this program ahead of their counterparts from competitor institutions, who will have undertaken education degrees over a 4-year period.

Entry Requirements:

Any Bachelor degree or higher

Subjects you can Study:

An Inquiry Approach to Science: Primary; Applied Mathematics major; Computer Systems and Networks; Connecting Disciplines for STEAM Education; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: Biology; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Junior Years: Digital Technologies; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Junior Years: Drama; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Junior Years: English; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Junior Years: Mathematics; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Junior Years: Science Education; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Junior Years: Visual Arts; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: Drama; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: Chemistry; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: Digital Solutions; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: English; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: Mathematics; Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in the Senior Years: Visual Art; Electronic Instrumentation; Geographic Information Systems; Innovations in Technologies for Learning and Practice; Instructional Design Strategies; Mobile Device Software Development; Music Engraving and Publishing; Practical Electronics; Programming Principles 1; Programming Principles 2; The Arts Prep to Year 6; Workshop Technology

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Campus ATAR/OP Adjusted Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Mount Gravatt No info Yes Part time 1 year
Mount Gravatt No info Full time 0.5 years
Mount Gravatt No info Yes Full time 0.5 year
Mount Gravatt No info Part time 1 years
Griffith University offer more than 350 qualifications across 5 campuses in Queensland. Griffith University serves more than 40,000 students. Approximately half of Griffith students study full-time and on-campus.

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