To make sure students have experience in using equipment and techniques found in the workplace, our facilities include:
Throughout the course, students use a range of technologies to communicate with children, teachers and other professional colleagues in this country and overseas. This technology includes email, the internet, video and digital cameras, CD/DVD and other forms of electronic information exchange.
Subjects in the course will be supported by online technology to ensure students have access to the latest ideas and research from around the world. There are opportunities to gain skills in the production of media appropriate to the teaching of a range of children, and students learn to evaluate the impact of media on learning.
Albury-Wodonga; Bathurst; Dubbo
Session 1; Session 2
4 years full-time on campus
"If you enjoy a challenge, working with lots of interesting people, and want to make a difference, then this course is for you."
Teaching is the single largest profession in Australia, and the field of education continues to grow in size and significance, ensuring that skilled and enthusiastic graduates are constantly in demand.
"I was privileged to take part in the internship experience in my fourth year of study."
Social commentator, author and passionate advocate for public education, Ms Jane Caro spoke about why we should stand up for public education in Australia, and how we can do it.