Drawing on the pioneering research and insights from the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education and leading education researcher John Hattie, the Clinical Teaching program is the only course of its kind in Australia. This program will provide you with specialized skills in student assessment and observation to improve the quality of your teaching. You will also have a greater impact on the learning and development outcomes of your students. At Australia's #1 University, your online learning experience will be enriched by regular feedback from your lecturers and tutors as well as real-time sessions where you speak with the instructor and fellow students. Students taking the course from overseas are not required to have an international student visa. Who the course is for This course is designed for high-achieving teachers who are dedicated to advancing their practice in early childhood, primary and secondary school settings. Career outcomes The Clinical Teaching philosophy is a progressive way of thinking about education and learning that develops a new class of teacher, and an educator whose ability to evaluate data and draw upon research can make an immediate impact on the learning and development outcomes of their students.
What you will learn In this program you’ll evaluate various forms of student data to plan appropriate interventions that support student growth, individual, group, team and school levels. Using the latest educational research, you’ll also discover the key theories around how students learn to accurately identify and address student-learning needs. Find Out More Course structure To gain the Master of Clinical Teaching you must complete 100 points comprising of:
- Four compulsory subjects; and
- Coursework option comprising of three core subjects and one elective; or
- Research pathway option comprising of one core and a Research project.
Find Out More Entry requirements To apply for the Master of Clinical Teaching, applicants are required to have:
- An undergraduate degree and a fourth-year level education qualification, or equivalent
- A four-year education degree.
Meeting these requirements makes you eligible for selection but does not guarantee selection.
Applicants are required to satisfy the University’s English language requirements for postgraduate courses. For those applicants seeking to meet these requirements by one of the standard tests approved by the Academic Board, performance band 7 is required.
Note: Previous graduates of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education’s Master of Teaching will not be eligible for entry to this course.
FUNDING YOUR STUDY
FEE-HELP is a loan available to eligible students in domestic fee-paying places to help pay for all or part of their tuition fees. The Commonwealth Government sets limits on how much you can borrow. FEE-HELP loans are repaid through the taxation system. No loan fee applies to loans for postgraduate studies. Detailed information about eligibility for FEE-HELP is available from the Study Assist website. Students Outside Australia
There are no scholarships available for overseas online students from the University of Melbourne. Companies, home universities, professional organizations, and charities may provide scholarships.
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Last updated November 20, 2017