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Bachelor of Education (Honours) (BEDH) - BEd(Hons)

This program is offered only to continuing students. No new admissions will be accepted. Students who are interested in this study area should contact us

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Semester intake:No new admissionsNo new admissions
Campus:Toowoomba, Springfield -
Fees:Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Standard duration:4 years full-time, 9 years part-time 
Program articulation:

From: Bachelor of Education

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Professional accreditation

Graduates from the program will have met the qualifications requirement for teacher registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.

All students, domestic and international, must complete the majority of supervised professional experience in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school settings.

Graduates from the BEd (Hons) (Early Childhood) will have also met the requirements of the Office for Early Childhood Education and Care (formerly the Queensland Department of Communities).

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Program aims

The Bachelor of Education (Honours) program aims to graduate students who meet the academic requirements for registration as a teacher in Queensland (see Queensland College of Teachers ) and who demonstrate:

  • the knowledge, skills, practices and values inherent in the Queensland College of Teachers’ ten Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

  • the qualities and skills required of a USQ graduate (see USQ's Qualities of a Graduate Policy)

  • the attributes of an Education graduate

  • high levels of personal and professional literacies

  • awareness, understanding and positive orientation towards redressing the educational disadvantages of indigenous students

  • high levels of academic achievement

  • the capabilities required to undertake, successfully, an Honours research project.


BEd (Hons) (Early Childhood)

The Early Childhood specialisation aims to prepare graduates who satisfy the requirements of Queensland Office for Early Childhood Education and Care (formerly The Department of Communities) for working as educators with children from birth to eight years of age in a range of early childhood settings.

BEd (Hons) (Primary)

The Primary specialisation aims to prepare graduates who have had the opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge and understanding of the work of educators in P-7 settings. Included among these options are: enhanced opportunities to focus on research in education; a focus in a particular curriculum area; the Early Years of School; Special Education; or Physical Education.

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Admission requirements

To be eligible for admission, applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

Normal entry

Applicants who have completed a minimum of 1.5 years' full-time equivalent in either Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) or Bachelor of Education (Primary), and who have achieved a minimum GPA of 6.00, may apply to transfer to the BEDH program.

International students

In addition to the above requirements, international students must have completed the equivalent to Queensland secondary school Year 12 and be at university entry level standing.

Special entry

Subject to USQ policies and regulations , applicants who do not meet the required GPA, but are close, may be considered for special entry to the program.

All students are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements.

If students do not meet the English language requirements they may apply to study a University-approved English language program. On successful completion of the English language program, students may be admitted to an award program.

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Program fees

Commonwealth supported place

A Commonwealth supported place is where the Australian Government makes a contribution towards the cost of a students' higher education and students pay a student contribution amount, which varies depending on the courses undertaken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Commonwealth Supported students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called HECS-HELP.

Domestic full fee paying place

Domestic full fee paying places are funded entirely through the full fees paid by the student. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Domestic full fee paying students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called FEE-HELP provided they meet the residency and citizenship requirements.

Australian citizens, Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders, Permanent Resident visa holders and New Zealand citizens who will be resident outside Australia for the duration of their program pay full tuition fees and are not eligible for FEE-Help.

International full fee paying place

International students pay full fees. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken and whether they are studied on-campus, via distance education/online. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

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Program structure

The four-year Bachelor of Education (Honours) requires 32 units at undergraduate level. Where such structures allow, and at the discretion of the specialisation coordinator, up to three units in the primary specialisation may be completed at postgraduate level. A minimum of eight units must be completed with USQ, to be eligible to receive this award.

Note: minimum enrolment numbers apply to all courses. Should enrolments not meet the minimum number required, students may be transferred to a different mode or offering and advised of this change prior to semester start.

Duration and mode of offer  Four years full-time, or equivalent, either ONC or WEB 
Mode of delivery  Flexi-mode 
Units  32 units, including 100 days of practical experience. Practical experience placements may be scheduled outside usual University teaching weeks. Travel to locations away from the areas local to the student’s home campus may be necessary in order to complete the practical experience requirements. Each year a number of core and cross-specialisation courses will be offered in Semester 3 in online mode. 

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Required time limits

Students have a minimum of 4 years and a maximum of 9 years to complete this program.

Requirements to complete the program

In order to complete the Bachelor of Education (Honours), a student must complete 32 units of study, according to each specialisation’s pattern of required courses (core, shared and specialisation), plus Honours courses in Early Childhood, and Honours and discipline courses in Primary.

Practical experience

All students, domestic and international, must complete the majority of supervised professional experience in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school settings.

Language proficiency All students must demonstrate their English language proficiency by providing a recent IELTS test of 7.5 or higher (with no subset of less that 7.0 in any of the four skills areas, and a score of no less than 8 in speaking and listening), either on entry to or on graduation from the program.

The required courses for each specialisation are detailed in the following table:

  BEd (Hons) (Early Childhood)  BEd (Hons) (Primary) 
EDC1100 Childhood Development (Birth - 12 years)  Core  Core 
EDC1200   Core  Core 
EDC1300 The Collaborative Educator  Core  Core 
EDC1400 Thinking and Acting like a Teacher 2  Core  Core 
EDC2100 Supportive Learning Environments: Cultivating Effective Classrooms  Core  Core 
EDC2200 First Nations Education  Core  Core 
EDC2300 Assessment Practices for Secondary  Core  Core 
EDC2400 Educating Learners with Special Needs Across Contexts  Core  Core 
EDC3100 ICT and Pedagogy  Core  Core 
EDC4000 Preparing for the Profession  Core  Core 
EDX1250 Arts Curriculum and Pedagogy 1: Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music and Visual Arts  Shared  Shared 
EDX1450 HPE Curriculum Studies 1  Shared  Shared 
EDX2190 Humanities and Social Sciences: Evoking Curiosity  Shared  Shared 
EDX3280 Mathematics in Middle and Upper Primary  Shared  Shared 
EDX2170 English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Middle Primary  Shared  Shared 
EDX3160 Teaching Science in Primary School  Shared  Shared 
EDX1170   Shared  Shared 
EDX1280   Shared  Shared 
EDX2260 Teaching Science in Early Primary  Shared  Shared 
EDX3270 English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Upper Primary  Shared  Shared 
EDE2101   Specialisation   
EDE2201 Contexts for Learning and Development  Specialisation   
EDE2010 Childhood, Play and Play-based Learning  Specialisation   
EDE4012   Specialisation   
EDE3009 Leadership and Professional Practices  Specialisation   
EDE4010   Specialisation   
EDE4103   Specialisation   
EDE3103 Perspectives of Early Years Curriculum, Play and Pedagogy  Specialisation   
EDP2111 The Roles of the Teacher 1    Specialisation 
EDP2222 The Roles of the Teacher 2    Specialisation 
EDP3333 Pedagogy & Curriculum 3    Specialisation 
EDP4130 Reflecting on Practical Teacher Knowledge    Specialisation 
EDP4140 Second Language Learning and Pedagogy    Specialisation 
EDO4675      
EDO4351 Supervised project     
EDO4352 (2 units)     

In addition to the required courses, each specialisation requires a number of approved teaching area discipline courses and/or discipline studies, as below:

  BEd (Hons) (EC)  BEd (Hons) (Pri) 
Units of Honours courses 
Units of approved discipline courses 

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Major studies

Specialisation objectives

The Bachelor of Education (Honours) program has two specialisations: Early Childhood and Primary. Although the number and variety of non-school options is increasing for graduates, each specialisation targets preparation for employment in educational settings appropriate to the relevant sector:

  • B Ed (Honours) (Early Childhood)

    The target settings include Child Care Centres, Kindergartens, Pre-Schools and Years Prep-3 in Primary Schools.

  • B Ed (Honours) (Primary)

    The major target setting is Years Prep-7 in Schools.


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Electives/Approved courses

Students in the primary specialisation are able to study three (3) discipline courses.

Students who wish to have a particular focus in their discipline studies, may do so by selecting a number of related discipline courses. Alternatively, students may simply choose any combination of unrelated courses from the full range of discipline courses available from time to time.

Discipline Course may be selected from suitable courses available from a number of sources, including:

  • The education undergraduate Discipline Course suite (see below)

  • Courses from other Bachelor of Education specialisations (excluding any courses with embedded practical experience)


For further information and guidance, students should refer to discipline courses. and Education specific majors for advice.

Education courses that may also be taken as Discipline Courses 
Discipline area  Courses 
Australian History  EDX2190 Humanities and Social Sciences: Evoking Curiosity 
Early Childhood Context  EDE2201 Contexts for Learning and Development 
EDE3103 Perspectives of Early Years Curriculum, Play and Pedagogy 
EDE3009 Leadership and Professional Practices 
EDE4010  
English  EDO3377  
ESL  EDP4140 Second Language Learning and Pedagogy 
Health and Physical Education   EDH1150 Physical Activity in Society previously EDO3461 
EDH2151 Practical Studies in Movement previously EDO3462 
EDH2152 Health and Wellbeing  
EDH2253 Scientific Bases of Movement 1 previously EDO2462 
EDH3155 Scientific Bases of Movement 2 previously EDO3465 
EDH3256 Sports Administration, Coaching and Officiating  
EDH3257 HPE Curriculum Studies 3 previously EDO4461 
EDH3258 Humans in Movement  
EDH4259 Sociology of Sport  
EDX1450 HPE Curriculum Studies 1 
Literacies  EDO3471 Multiliteracies: Understanding Texts 
EDO3472 Children's Literature 
Maths  EDO3681  
EDO3682 Higher Order Thinking: Maths P-7 * 
Music  EDO3476  
MUI1001 Collaborative Music Practice 1 
MUI1002 Collaborative Music Practice 2 
Science  EDO3561  
Secondary Context  EDS3450 Senior Phase Curriculum and Pedagogy 
EDS4250 Literacies Across the Curriculum 
EDX4150 Transitions in Post-Compulsory Education 
Special Education  SPE3002  
SPE3003 Teaching Learners with Moderate to High Support Needs 
SPE3004 Social and Emotional Wellbeing in Primary Context 
SPE3005 Challenging Behaviour: A Functional Approach in Primary Context 
SPE3006 Developmental Differences in Learning in Primary Context 
SPE3007 Instructional Approaches in Special Education 
SPE3008 Communication and Collaboration 
SPE3009 Learning Intervention - Reading and Writing 
Teaching Contexts  EDO3211  
EDO3341  

Footnotes
*This course is offered in even-numbered years.

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Professional experience

The Bachelor of Education (Honours) program complies with all requirements of the Queensland College of Teachers in terms of the minimum number of supervised days mandated (80) and the total number of days of professional experience overall (100).

All students, domestic and international, must complete the majority of supervised professional experience in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school settings.

The professional experience components of the program are all tied to identified courses within each specialisation, so that students undertake a professional experience placement in a minimum of six of their eight semesters of full-time enrolment

Professional experience is an integral and embedded professional component of an academic course of study. It is a requirement to pass the professional experience in order to pass the course.

The school or educational site will agree to host a pre-service educator, under the supervision of a suitable mentor.

In order to undertake courses to which professional experience placements are attached at any stage in the program it is a requirement that students will have satisfactorily completed all professional experience courses in previous years in the program enrolment pattern. In the case of EDC4000 Preparing for the Profession there is the additional requirement that students undertaking the placement in a Queensland school will need to have been granted an Internship Authorisation by the Queensland College of Teachers.

A liaison staff member is appointed for every student and host school/site for every placement, with the critical role of being the key source of information, advice and support for all parties involved in the placement.

See Professional Experience forms for further information.

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IT requirements

Students must have reliable and ready access to email and the Internet. Broadband would be a significant advantage. See minimum computing standards

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Other program requirements

In order to undertake the professional experience, and certain other activities with young people identified in various course specifications, it is required that Queensland-based students hold a current positive notice indicating that they are deemed suitable for working with children and young people. Further information about the Blue Card or Exemption Card suitability process is available from the Blue Card Services.

In order to complete the Bachelor of Education (Honours), a student must complete 32 units of study, according to each specialisation’s pattern of required courses (core, shared, specialisation and honours), plus discipline courses in the primary specialisation.

Professional experience

All students, domestic and international, must complete the majority of supervised professional experience in Australian Primary and/or Secondary school settings.

Language Proficiency

All students, domestic and international, must demonstrate English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 7.0 to successfully complete program requirements.

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Exit points

The Bachelor of Education (Honours) contains provision for three generic exit awards, as follows:

  • Bachelor of General Education Studies (BGES) - available at the completion of 24 approved units

  • Associate Degree in Education Studies (DAES) - available at the completion of 16 approved units

  • Diploma of Education Studies (DPES) - available at the completion of 8 approved units


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Credit

Students may seek credit from units on the basis of documented prior study at University level or equivalent qualifications and experience. Such applications will be considered on their merits in relation to the extent to which the documentation supplied by the student demonstrates a clear match with the objectives of the course for which the credit is sought. In relation to this general provision, the Early Childhood specialisation has particular circumstances that also apply:

  • B Ed (Honours) (Early Childhood)

    Students who have completed the Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Community Services (Children’s Services) or approved equivalent with a Registered Training Organisation may be eligible for up to 8 and 12 units of credit respectively.


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Honours

The minimum levels of achievement normally required for each class of honours are shown in the table below. To be assured of achieving a particular class of honours students must have achieved the specified grade in EDO4351 Supervised project and EDO4352 and the minimum GPA requirements for all of the courses studied, or for the last 16 courses studied, or for the last eight courses studied.

Class of Honours  GPA calculated from the grades achieved in:  Minimum grade achieved in EDO4351 and EDO4352 
All units studied in the program  The last 16 units studied  The last eight units studied 
First Class Honours  6.0  6.2  6.5 
Second Class Honours — Division A  5.5  5.7  5.9 
Second Class Honours — Division B  5.0  5.1  5.3 
Minimum number of units required  20  16   

The class of honours to be awarded to a student is dependent upon:

  • the Grade Point Average calculated from the grades achieved in the courses studied in, or transferred to, the program

  • the grade achieved in the two courses EDO4351 Supervised project and EDO4352 .

    Honours students must complete EDO4675 and EDO4351 Supervised project in the year or semester prior to completing EDO4352 (2 units).


Recommended enrolment patterns

In this section:

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B Ed (Honours) (Early Childhood) - recommended enrolment pattern

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.

Students should not deviate from this pattern without first contacting the Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts.

Students following a non-standard enrolment pattern should consult the course specifications to ascertain if a course is offered in another semester.

Note: minimum enrolment numbers apply to all courses. Should enrolments not meet the minimum number required, students may be transferred to a different mode or offering and advised of this change prior to semester start.

Note: the Early Childhood specialisation is available at Springfield and Toowoomba campuses.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirementsComments
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
EDC1100 Childhood Development (Birth - 12 years)1111,3
EDC1200 11
EDX1250 Arts Curriculum and Pedagogy 1: Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music and Visual Arts1111,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH or BGEN
EDX1170 1111,3
EDC1300 The Collaborative Educator12,312,3Pre-requisite: ESP2200 or ((EDS2402 or EDH2254) and EDS3450)) and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU
EDC1400 Thinking and Acting like a Teacher 211,211,2Pre-requisite: EPP1100 or EDC1300 and Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) 10 days professional experience
EDX1450 HPE Curriculum Studies 11212,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) Pre-requisite: BEDU (Primary) Only - EPP1100 or EDC1300
EDX1280 1211,2,3
EDC2100 Supportive Learning Environments: Cultivating Effective Classrooms21,221,2Students must be enrolled in: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH or MOLT (Primary) Co-requisite: BEDU (Primary) Only - EDP2111
EDC2400 Educating Learners with Special Needs Across Contexts21,321,3
EDE2101 212115 days professional experience
EDX2260 Teaching Science in Early Primary2121,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH
EDC2300 Assessment Practices for Secondary2222,3Pre-requisite: ESP1200 or EDC1400 and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU
EDC2200 First Nations Education2222,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU or BECH
EDE2201 Contexts for Learning and Development2222Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BECH
EDE2010 Childhood, Play and Play-based Learning2222Pre-requisite: EDC1400 or (ECF1100 and (EHF1100 or CMS1000 or EDC1200)) Students must be enrolled in one of the following program: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BECH Co-requisite: ECL1100 or ECM1100 or EDX3270 or EDX3280 15 days professional experience
EDC3100 ICT and Pedagogy3131,215 days professional experience
EDX2190 Humanities and Social Sciences: Evoking Curiosity31,331,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH
EDE3103 Perspectives of Early Years Curriculum, Play and Pedagogy3131Pre-requisite: EDE2010 and Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BECH
EDE4012 3131
EDO4675 31,2,3
EDX2170 English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Middle Primary3231,2Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary)
EDE3009 Leadership and Professional Practices3232Pre-requisite: ECP3200 and EDC1400 and EDX3160 and Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BECH Co-requisite: ECF3100 or EDE2101 10 days professional experience
EDE4010 3232
EDX3280 Mathematics in Middle and Upper Primary4141,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary)
EDX3270 English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Upper Primary4141,2Students must be enrolled in: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Educ) or BEDU (Special Educ) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) BEDU (Special Educ) Only - Enrolment is not permitted in EDX3270 if EDC2300 has been previously completed
EDO4351 Supervised project41,2,3
EDE4103 414125 days professional experience
EDX3160 Teaching Science in Primary School42,42,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) Semester 3 on-campus offer at Springfield only
EDO4352 41,2,32 units
EDC4000 Preparing for the Profession41,241,2Pre-requisite: ECP4100 or EDE4103 or EDP4130 or EDS4401 and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU 20 days Unsupervised professional experience

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B Ed (Honours) (Primary) - recommended enrolment pattern

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.

Students should not deviate from this pattern without first contacting the Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts.

Students following a non-standard enrolment pattern should consult the course specifications to ascertain if a course is offered in another semester.

Note: minimum enrolment numbers apply to all courses. Should enrolments not meet the minimum number required, students may be transferred to a different mode or offering and advised of this change prior to semester start.

Note: the Primary specialisation is available at Springfield and Toowoomba campuses.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Enrolment requirementsComments
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem
EDC1100 Childhood Development (Birth - 12 years)1111,3
EDC1200 11
EDX1250 Arts Curriculum and Pedagogy 1: Dance, Drama, Media Arts, Music and Visual Arts1111,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH or BGEN
EDX1170 1111,3
EDC1300 The Collaborative Educator12,312,3Pre-requisite: ESP2200 or ((EDS2402 or EDH2254) and EDS3450)) and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU
EDC1400 Thinking and Acting like a Teacher 211,211,2Pre-requisite: EPP1100 or EDC1300 and Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) 10 days professional experience
EDX1450 HPE Curriculum Studies 11212,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) Pre-requisite: BEDU (Primary) Only - EPP1100 or EDC1300
EDX1280 1211,2,3
EDC2100 Supportive Learning Environments: Cultivating Effective Classrooms21,221,2Students must be enrolled in: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH or MOLT (Primary) Co-requisite: BEDU (Primary) Only - EDP2111
EDC2400 Educating Learners with Special Needs Across Contexts21,321,3
EDP2111 The Roles of the Teacher 12121Pre-requisite: EDC1400 and Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) Co-requisite: EDC2100 10 days professional experience
EDX2260 Teaching Science in Early Primary2121,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH
EDC2300 Assessment Practices for Secondary2222,3Pre-requisite: ESP1200 or EDC1400 and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU
EDC2200 First Nations Education2222,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU or BECH
EDX2170 English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Middle Primary2221,2Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary)
EDP2222 The Roles of the Teacher 22221,2Pre-requisite: EDP2111 and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU (Primary) 15 days professional experience
EDC3100 ICT and Pedagogy3131,215 days professional experience
EDX2190 Humanities and Social Sciences: Evoking Curiosity31,331,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Early Childhood) or BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) or BECH
EDX3270 English Curriculum and Pedagogy in Upper Primary3131,2Students must be enrolled in: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Educ) or BEDU (Special Educ) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) BEDU (Special Educ) Only - Enrolment is not permitted in EDX3270 if EDC2300 has been previously completed
EDX3280 Mathematics in Middle and Upper Primary3131,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary)
EDX3160 Teaching Science in Primary School32,32,3Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: BEDU (Primary) or BEDU (Primary + Special Education) or BEDU (Special Education) or BEDU (HPE Primary) or BEDU (SHPE Primary) Semester 3 on-campus offer at Springfield only
EDO4675 3 1,2,3
Discipline Course3232
EDP3333 Pedagogy & Curriculum 33231,215 days professional experience
EDP4130 Reflecting on Practical Teacher Knowledge4141Pre-requisite: (EDC3100 and (EPP3200 or SPE3006 or EDP3333)) or (EPP3100 and (EPP3200 or SPE3006 or EDP3333)) and Students must be enrolled in: BEDU(Primary) or BEDU(Primary+Special Educ) or BEDU(Special Educ) or BEDU(HPE Primary) or BEDU(SHPE Primary) 25 days professional experience
EDO4351 Supervised project41,2,3
Discipline Course4141
EDP4140 Second Language Learning and Pedagogy4141
EDO4352 41,2,3 2 units
Discipline Course4242
EDC4000 Preparing for the Profession1,21,2Pre-requisite: ECP4100 or EDE4103 or EDP4130 or EDS4401 and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BEDU 20 days Unsupervised professional experience