This degree is a professional qualification to teach in secondary schools in the areas of humanities and social sciences, mathematics, and science.
In an era shaped by an explosion of scientific knowledge and a growing array of complex societal problems, it is appropriate that curricula evolves in new and transformative ways.
Our new redesigned education degree aims to align our secondary teaching education that answers the ongoing challenges and innovations within the university and industry. It will also ensure students have better opportunities to engage in a range of learning contexts to address challenges during these unprecedented times, and ultimately be immediately job-ready.
For this to occur, students must develop high-level knowledge and theoretical understanding of education in various interdisciplinary ways to understand the importance of education in society more broadly, and its potential for social justice, mobility and change.
This is carried out in the study of education and discipline specific areas through new modalities of teaching and multi-disciplinary approaches.
Moving into the future, teachers need to have the capacity to work flexibility and inclusively. One of the characteristics I love about Sydney's education programs, is that they have a new emphasis on multiple perspectives on education that show it's more than just about teaching a syllabus, but helps you see teaching from psychological, sociological, cultural and indigenous points of view.
New assessment designs
This redesigned curriculum is available in two courses for students to enrol:
Your future students are waiting for you to start the journey to becoming someone who will develop, challenge and inspire them. Join me at Sydney and become, that teacher.