School of Education

Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Education

Course Overview

The Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Education is designed to equip students with the necessary theories, knowledge and skills for working with young children in the preschool field.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Incorporate education theories and child development theories into practices
  • Process the skills for observation and application of knowledge of child development
  • Have knowledge on a variety of approaches and strategies to creative a developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children
  • Be capable to engage in interpersonal and communication skills to collaborate with fellow colleagues, parents and other professionals in the community
  • Design, implement and evaluate activities and learning environments that are appropriate to young children’s developmental needs and learning

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • 3 GCE ‘O’ Level credits including at least C6 in GCE ‘O’ Levels EL1 or English Language Acceptable Alternatives

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 6 modules conducted over 20 months of a part-time study or 10 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 560 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Education” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Principles & Practices in Early Childhood & Education


2

Child Development and Learning


3

Curriculum Studies and Pedagogy


4

Personal Growth and Professional Development


5

Safety, Health, Nutrition and Hygiene


6

Partnership with Families and The Community



Total Hours560

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

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Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

Specialist Diploma in Special Education Needs (Preschool)

Course Overview

This Special Education Needs course aims to provide trainees or those who wish to enter the Community and Social Services environment, with the necessary basic skills and knowledge to effectively support children with special needs in the early childhood education.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Work with children with special needs using the necessary skills
  • Support learning for children with special needs
  • Establish programme plans and services capable of meeting complex needs of children with special needs
  • Assist with the development and implementation of communication programmes to meet the needs of children with special needs.

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • 3 GCE ‘O’ Level credits including English Language.

Language Requirements:

  • A credit in GCE ‘O’ Level English Language; IELTS 5.0; or at least average SOA 5 in the WPL series.

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 7 modules conducted over 12 months of a part-time study or 6 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 360 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “Specialist Diploma in Special Education Needs (Preschool)” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Overview to Early Years Landscape in Singapore


2

Understanding How Child Learn and Develop


3

Support Children with Special Needs


4

Assist with Programming and Learning Needs for Special Needs Children


5

Plan, Implement and Evaluate Programmes for Special Needs Children


6

Support Special Needs Children with Communications Difficulties


6

60hr Supervised Practice (Optional)



Total Hours360

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

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Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

Specialist Diploma in Preschool Curriculum and Pedagogy

Course Overview

The Specialist Diploma in Preschool Curriculum and Pedagogy is a specialised course of study which provides students with the various curriculum framework for early years, which aims to facilitate students to plan appropriately suitable integrated programmes for young children.

Students will be provided with knowledge to apply appropriate and suitable learning environment to meet the needs of young children.  The course will also introduce various strategies to observe, document and assess child learning.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Provide students with ability to observe, document and assess children learning and development.
  • Apply knowledge to design appropriate learning environment meeting the needs of each individual child
  • Use variety of approaches and strategies to facilitate developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children
  • Plan an integrated programme to meet the needs of young children.

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • Credit in 5 GCE ‘O’ Levels including English Language, or equivalent

Language Requirements:

  • A credit in GCE ‘O’ Level English Language; or IELTS 5.0; or at least average SOA 5 in the WPL series

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 6 modules conducted over 16 months of a part-time study or 9 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 450 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “Specialist Diploma in Preschool Curriculum and Pedagogy” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Evaluate teaching and learning approaches aligned to Curriculum Frameworks


2

Apply classroom management strategies, and strategies to observe and document children's learning


3

Inculcate the core values of early childhood education through classroom activities and programmes (Beginning Pre-school Teacher)


4

Set up quality learning environments (Beginning Pre-School Teacher)


5

Foster trusting, respectful relationships with children through positive interactions with them


6

Guide the development and enhancement of self-awareness, self-regulation, social awareness and confidence in children



Total Hours450

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

“Thank you AIC. You made me discover a passion to further learn and to achieve at a level higher than I thought possible.

Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

Specialist Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Course Overview

Specialist Diploma is specially designed to equip preschool professionals with the skills necessary management and administration skills to operate early childhood centres. This programme will provide knowledge relating to early childhood research and development, programme management, resources management and leadership for an organised and effective preschool.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Raise awareness of issues pertaining to curriculum implementation and current research in early childhood and education
  • Be equipped with the skills to appraise teachers and provide mentor fellow-teachers
  • Acquire management and supervision skills that promote teamwork among staff and collaboration with parents
  • Be equipped with the administrative and management skills necessary for the efficient operation of early childhood centres

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • Polytechnic Diploma holders; or WSQ Professional Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education or equivalent

Language Requirements:

  • A credit in GCE ‘O’ Levels English Language; IELTS 5.0; or at least average SOA 5 in the WPL series

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 4 modules conducted over 4.5 months of a part-time study or 3 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 180 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “Specialist Diploma in Early Childhood Education” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Current Issues and Research in Early Childhood Education


2

Designing the Early Childhood Education Curriculum


3

Understanding and Implementing Action Research in Early Childhood Education


4

Leadership, Management & Administration in Early Childhood Education Settings



Total Hours180

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

“Thank you AIC. You made me discover a passion to further learn and to achieve at a level higher than I thought possible.

Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

Advanced Diploma in Montessori Early Childhood Education

Course Overview

The Advanced Diploma in Montessori Early Childhood Education is designed for students who wish to work with or teach children from 2.5 to 6 years of age.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Have a deep foundation and understanding of the development stages of a child in the 2.5 to 6 age range according to Dr Maria Montessori’s principle
  • Enable students acquire knowledge in the use and understanding principles of the Montessori materials appropriate to the 2.5 – 6 age group
  • Utilise, design and adapt teaching aids and materials to fulfil curriculum planning and needs
  • Develop learning environment that will enhance holistic development of young children in a Montessori setup,
  • Be able to design and implement Montessori lesson plans for children in accordance to the Montessori curriculum guideline,
  • Demonstrate their understanding of the teacher’s role, knowledge and skills of the teaching/learning processes and their implications for practice.
  • Engage in professional growth and development.

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • Early Childhood Education related Diploma or Professional Diploma or its equivalent, including at least C6 in GCE ‘O’ Levels EL1 or English Language Acceptable Alternatives.

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 6 modules conducted over 16 months of a part-time study or 8 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 450 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “International Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Education” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Philosophy & Culture of Montessori


2

Practical Life


3

Sensorial


4

Designing Learning Environment for Young Children


5

Curriculum Planning & Pedagogy


6

Professional Growth and Development (Option)


6

Literacy & Numeracy (Option)



Total Hours450

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

“Thank you AIC. You made me discover a passion to further learn and to achieve at a level higher than I thought possible.

Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

Diploma in Montessori Early Childhood Education

Course Overview

The Diploma in Montessori Early Childhood Education is designed for students who wish to work with or teach children from 2.5 to 6 years of age.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Obtain knowledge on the principles and practices in early childhood care and education,
  • Have an understanding of current theories relating to child, development including the Montessori Principle and Philosophy,
  • Understand children’s interactions with the environment,
  • Appreciate and understand the teaching aids developed by Dr. Maria Montessori.
  • To create a learning environment incorporating Montessori that is sensitive to children in the 2.5 – 6 age range
  • Ensure a safe and healthy living environment for children
  • Understand the role of a Montessori directress/director.
  • Have knowledge and plan the curriculum for Language, literacy and numeracy.

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • 2 GCE ‘A’ Level credits or WSQ Early Childhood Education related Advanced Certificate or its equivalent, including at least C6 in GCE ‘O’ Levels EL1 or English Language Acceptable Alternatives.

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 7 modules conducted over 16 months of a part-time study or 8 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 450 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “Diploma in Montessori Early Childhood Education” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Principles and Practices in Early Childhood Education


2

Child Development & Learning


3

Safety, Health, Hygiene & Nutrition


4

Partnership with Families & the Community


5

Literacy


6

Numeracy



Total Hours450

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

“Thank you AIC. You made me discover a passion to further learn and to achieve at a level higher than I thought possible.

Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

International Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Course Overview

The International Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Education is an advanced course of studies, which provides students with the various curriculum framework for early years, which aim to facilitate students to plan appropriately suitable integrated programmes for young children.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Provide students with ability to observe, document and assess children learning and development.
  • Apply knowledge to design appropriate learning environment meeting the needs of each individual child
  • Use variety of approaches and strategies to facilitate developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children
  • Plan an integrated programme to meet the needs of young children.

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • AIC International Diploma in Early Childhood Education; or other Early Childhood Education related Diploma or Professional Diploma or its equivalent.

Language Requirements:

  • A credit in GCE ‘O’ Level English Language; IELTS 5.0; or at least average SOA 5 in the WPL series.

*Candidates with WSQ Advanced Certificate in Early Years (WSQ ACEY) or its equivalent will be given advanced standing/exemption on a case-by-case basis, subject to approval by Asian International College.

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 7 modules conducted over 16 months of a part-time study or 9 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 450 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “International Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Education” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Inculcating Early Years Curriculum


2

Planning an Integrated Programme


3

Classroom Management, Observation and Documentation of Children's Learning


4

Designing Learning Environment for Young Children


5

Positive Interaction and Effective Communication with Children


6

Guiding Self and Social Development in Children


7

Practicum for Preschool Teachers (Optional)



Total Hours450

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

“Thank you AIC. You made me discover a passion to further learn and to achieve at a level higher than I thought possible.

Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

International Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Course Overview

The International Diploma in Early Childhood Education is a comprehensive course of studies, which integrates principles in early childhood and child development theories into practice, and prepares students for the early childhood industry or related fields.

Students will be provided with various learning approaches with insights on partnership and communication skills in their work with children and families.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Help put education principles and child development theories into practices
  • Recognise the importance of including Parents and the Community in the care and education of young children
  • Recognise the importance of safety, health, hygiene and nutrition aspects in the care and education of young children
  • Understand the professional value and ethics of a preschool teacher
  • Be a reflective early childhood practitioner
  • Understand the importance of teamwork and collaboration at work place.
  • Engage in continual professional development to become an early childhood professionals

Entry Requirements

Academic Requirements:

  • 5 GCE ‘O’ Level credits including English Language.

Language Requirements:

  • A credit in GCE ‘O’ Level English Language; IELTS 5.0; or at least average SOA 5 in the WPL series

Course Structure & Duration

The course comprises of 7 modules conducted over 16 months of a part-time study or 9 months of full-time study. Students are required to complete 450 hours of study.

Requirement for Award

Students must pass all prescribed modules. Upon successful completion of the course, an “International Diploma in Early Childhood Education” will be awarded by Asian International College.

Delivery Mode and Assessment

The course is delivered through a variety of engaging, interactive and hands-on modes, which include face-to-face sessions, small group discussions, projects, role-play, blended or e-learning.

Students will be assessed through various modes such as in-class test, individual/group work or written assignments.

Module & Synopsis

 Module Name / Topic NameDuration (Hours)
1

Principles of Early Childhood and Centre Visioning and Planning


2

Understanding How Children Learn and Develop


3

Professional Mastery, Value and Professional Ethics


4

Teamwork and Collaboration at Workplace


5

Health, Safety and Nutrition


6

Partnership with Families



Total Hours450

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Course Fees

What Our Student Says

“Thank you AIC. You made me discover a passion to further learn and to achieve at a level higher than I thought possible.

Thank you for making the course everything it has been. I'm forever grateful.”

Valle Marizal Bermeo (Class of 2014)

WSQ 婴儿培育高级证书课程 / WSQ Higher Certificate in Infant Care (Mandarin)

课程概览

WSQ 婴儿培育高级证书(WSQ HCIC)是为从事 2  18 个月婴幼儿培育工作的人员所必备的职业认证。在此课程中,学员将学习婴幼儿护理培育的知识与技能,并在启发式的教育环境中展开相应的培育实践

幼儿培育署 (ECDA)所认可.

课程宗旨

完成课程后,学员能够:

深入理解儿童发展理论及实践的知识
掌握把理论付诸实践的能力
根据218个月婴幼儿的发展需求及文化背景设计和实施目标明确的培育课程
掌握促进不同年龄段婴幼儿有效发展及学习的能力
具备与主要相关人员合作,共同推动婴幼儿全面发展的综合能力
规划自己的职业发展以促进个人成

入学资格

申请者必须至少年满21周岁,并具备:

学历资格:

持有新加坡学历者必须拥有至少中学2年级毕业
持有外国学历者必须完成8年的正规教育

语言资格:
汉语水平考试(HSK)4级或其它受ECDA认可的华文成绩和汉语水平口语考试(HSKK)高级(Advanced Level)

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所有在幼儿培育中心的工作人员必须接受职前身体检查: http://www.childcarelink.gov.sg/ccls/uploads/CCC_Guide.pdf

课程安排

课程共 7 个单元,总计 300 小时,其中 180 小时以授课的形式在学校学习,120 小时在托幼中心实习。兼职课程 8 个月, 全职课程 4 个月可完成

颁发证书

学员必须通过所有考试和实习课以及必须满足所有毕业的条件。

完此课程,学员将获得Skillsfuture Singapore Agency颁发的 “WSQ Higher Certificate in Infant care” 证书.

授课形式和评估方法

上课形式包括讲授、小组讨论、工作坊、示范、角色扮演、实地考察与专题作业

课程纲要

科目名称总课时
新加坡幼儿教育发展概况 (WSQ 婴幼儿培育框架培训)16
婴幼儿发展理论20
婴幼儿课程的环境创设30
婴幼儿课程设计50
与家庭合作29
安全与健康35
教学实习120
总学时300

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Master of Education

Course Overview

The Master of Education, delivered by the University of Melbourne and hosted by Asian International College, is aimed at practising professionals in a broad range of fields related to education – early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary, vocational and adult. The degree will also meet the needs of other professionals whose work has an educational component or some educational responsibility.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate a superior knowledge and understanding of educational theory and practice in general and in a specialised area in particular;
  • Express informed opinions about particular areas of current educational interest; and
  • Show their understanding of recent developments in education research within their specialist area

Delivery & Duration

Each subject will be delivered by staff from the University of Melbourne at Asian International College in Singapore. Each subject is scheduled as an intensive delivery, designed to allow participants from around the region to travel to Singapore for over 140 hours of face-to-face contact and return home to complete the assessment tasks, minimising the time that the participants are out of their classroom.

The course consists of 8 subjects delivered sequentially over a 2-year period, with each subject delivered over approximately 3 months with a short break between each subject to ensure adequate time for content delivery, engagement in learning tasks, reflection and the preparation of assessment items.

Entry Requirements

In order to be considered for entry, applicants must have completed:

  • An undergraduate degree and a fourth-year level education qualification, or equivalent; OR
  • A four-year education degree, or equivalent

Meeting these requirements does not guarantee selection.

In ranking applications, the Selection Committee will consider prior academic performance. The Selection Committee may seek further information to clarify any aspect of an application in accordance with the Student Application and Selection Procedure.

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.

Programme Structure

Graduate Certificate in Education (International Baccalaureate) [GCEIB]

Subject 1: IB Primary Years Programme Introduced

This subject introduces participants to the Primary Years Programme (PYP), in the International Baccalaureate, as a philosophy and framework to promote teaching and learning and international-mindedness. It examines the essential elements of the PYP curriculum, transdisciplinary themes and the written, taught and assessment components that underpin the programme. Participants will focus on the pedagogy of inquiry, exploring how this emphasis has shaped the PYP curriculum, as well as developing a theoretical understanding of how students learn in the Primary Years Programme and how the Learner Profile is central to the curriculum. The collaborative planning process of the PYP, necessary PYP standards and the relationship between assessment and learning will also be explored.

Subject 2: Concept Driven Curriculum (IB)

Participants will explore how learners construct meaning including how understanding is acquired and what differentiates it from knowledge. Strategies for supporting the development of higher order thinking skills including the role of student directed concept-driven inquiry, the art of inquiring, and building communities of learners will be investigated. There will be a strong theoretical and practical emphasis on the development and implementation of a transdisciplinary curriculum that creates a balance between the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills, and the search for meaning and understanding.

Subject 3: Assessment and Reporting (IB)

This subject investigates the integral role of assessment and reporting for learning and teaching. Participants will develop a theoretical and practical understanding of the principles of assessment, focussing on assessment as a tool to promote student learning and methods of evaluation that contribute to the ongoing effectiveness of the teaching program. Topics covered include formative and summative assessment strategies and different tools and strategies for reporting student learning and their role in monitoring the IB learner profile. The use of portfolios, practical work, projects, and oral work will be addressed, including student-led conferences, reports, the student exhibition and parent/teacher/student conferencing as strategies to assess and report on student learning.

Subject 4: IB Primary Years Programme Advanced

In this subject, participants will further develop their understanding of the Primary Years Programme (PYP) gained from IB Primary Years Programme Introduced through both theoretical and practical components. Participants will explore definitions of international- mindedness and will articulate their understandings of the behaviour associated with the learner profile and the developing child. They will examine transdisciplinary themes and the relationships between concept-driven curriculum, skills, knowledge, attitudes and action, how the concept of the learner constructing meaning is at the core of the PYP curriculum, and how the standards and practices of the PYP can applied in different ways.

Master of Education (8 subjects, including the 4 subjects from GCEIB)

Subject 5: Leading Educational Ideas

Leading ideas in contemporary education are introduced through four main themes: Learning processes and teaching effectiveness; Education, equity and social identities; Knowledge economies in the Asia-Pacific region and Master teachers in the making. A critical examination of the key concepts will occur by juxtaposing national and global perspectives. Key concepts include: new knowledge and the knowledge economy; internationalisation; diversity and professional autonomy. Negotiated, integrated learning via theory, case studies, simulation exercises and work based projects will be developed by participants.

Subject 6: Reading Educational Research

This subject will introduce students to various traditions in educational research. It will be structured around an investigation of several major research projects in education, analysing the research questions, the conceptual framework, the methodological decisions made, reliability, validity and ethical considerations, the analytical techniques, and the conclusions reached. The projects for investigation will be chosen to highlight contrasting ways of undertaking educational research.

Subject 7: Educating for Creativity and Innovation

This subject investigates the theory and practice of the process of creativity and its implications for teaching and curriculum. The aim of this subject is that students will leave with a deeper appreciation of the importance of educating for creativity and innovation across the disciplines and in different educational contexts.

Students will examine a number of areas including:

  • Models and theories of creativity
  • Psychological characteristics of creativity
  • Conditions for fostering creativity
  • Types of thinking that lead to creative outcomes
  • Evaluating and measuring creativity
  • Pedagogical implications and classroom application.

Students will have the opportunity to respond to readings, to transfer the theory to practice and to reflect on their practice in light of the theories. This will prepare them for their major assignment which will require the application, investigation and reporting on an aspect of the study of creativity and innovation and its implications for education.

Note: Subjects 5, 6 and 7 can generally run in any order and as such may be interchanged by the University as required.

Subject 8: Negotiated Capstone Project

This subject comprises the compulsory [AQF] Capstone experience for this course. Drawing on theory, knowledge and skills developed throughout the Master of Education, students will complete an individually negotiated project in which the student undertakes a theoretical study (for example, a substantial critical review of a particular body of literature), a research or workplace project, or an approved relevant educational experience. The Capstone project will culminate with students synthesizing the findings of their work in a written form such as a journal article or report.

Assessment

Each subject typically includes assessments, essays, portfolios, reports and other items documenting your progress through each subject.

Award

Participants who successfully complete the course will be awarded with a Master of Education from the University of Melbourne. The qualification is the same as that awarded to on-campus students of the University.

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