Master of Teaching (Primary)

Master of Teaching (Primary Education)

Notre Dame has a two year Master of Teaching program that doubles the amount of practicum of a Diploma of Education. This allows students to take a more graduated approach to the in-school development of teaching competence. The Master of Teaching (Primary Education) course at Notre Dame provides students with:

  • An extensive school experience component amounting to 20 weeks of in-school time over two years
  • A strong, supportive mentoring environment
  • Ability to teach in all Learning Areas of the Curriculum Framework and Australian Curriculum
  • The strong integration of theory and practice
  • Contemporary coursework that is practical and interactive
  • Professional reflection on practice
  • Exposure to emergent learning technologies
  • Attainment of employer, government and registration requirements
  • Accreditation to teach Religious Education in a Catholic school (if desired)
  • Requirements to teach in a Catholic school (if desired)

Course Master of Teaching (Primary Education)
Duration 2 yrs full-time or equivalent part-time
Relevant Bachelors degree from a recognised tertiary institution demonstrating the attainment of satisfactory grades
Practicum 20 weeks
Campus Fremantle
Study Mode Full-time, Part-time
More informationNot available for external study