master of teaching webinar 31 October 2020


If you’ve got your eye on an exciting career in teaching, a Master of Teaching (Primary or Secondary) degree from Excelsia is a great place to start. But how do you know if Excelsia is right for you? You can discover more about student life at our College and what we have to offer via our Master of Teaching Webinar on Saturday 31 October 2020.

Experience course overviews, live Q&As, meet our teaching faculty and have all your burning questions answered from the comfort of your home. You will leave with a better understanding of life as a student in this degree.


MASTER OF TEACHING (PRIMARY)

It takes a big heart to teach little minds, because primary teaching is about much more than learning outcomes. As a primary teacher you’ll share in laughter, mop up tears, tie shoelaces, celebrate success and show how to learn from mistakes. You’ll ignite imaginations, encourage curiosity and provide the tools for academic achievement, but you’ll also play a critical role in imparting life lessons – how to be a kind, respectful and successful person, not only in the classroom, but in the schoolyard, at home and in the world.

One of the best things about studying a Master of Teaching (Primary) with Excelsia College is that it’s hands-on from the word “go.” In any given semester you’ll study a mix of foundation units, like cultural perspectives or psychology for teachers, along with curriculum studies for example literacy, creative arts and personal development, health and physical education.


MASTER OF TEACHING (SECONDARY)

The population of secondary students is set to increase dramatically over a 10-year period starting in 2018 (ACER). This means there will be more available positions for those with the necessary qualifications to teach. At Excelsia College, you can prepare to meet the demand for new teachers in as few as 18 months.

Excelsia College online teaching masters degrees are designed to help you transition into the teaching career you've always wanted. Backed by more than 30 years' experience in higher education, you'll learn in a supportive environment from approachable, expert academics.

The online learning model is flexible for busy lives but ensures you feel connected to your classmates and lecturers.

Master of Teaching Webinar October 2020
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Part 1:

Course Overview:  Two part presentation on Primary and Secondary

Packed with crucial details such as eligibility, application steps, course outcomes, work placements and career pathways, this overview session will help you get started in your teaching journey. Discover more about:

  • Study mode
  • Teachings methods
  • How we work close with NESA
  • Scholarships
  • Practicums

Part 2:

Meet the faculty:

This is a unique opportunity to hear from our leading teaching academics including; Head of Education Dr. Leonardo Veliz, Senior Lecturers Scott Smith and Dr. Peter Stiles, and Professional Experience Coordinator Vivienne Webster. If you are considering studying teaching at Excelsia, you can use this live session to find out more about who will be guiding you on your study journey.


Part 3:

Alumni/Current Student Panel:

Hear what alumni and current students have to say about their experience at Excelsia. In this interactive session you will have the chance to engage with our Master of Teaching graduates and students who will cover some of the most common questions you may have.


Part 4:

Q&A Session:

A great starting point, this Q&A session will help you discover more about the Master of Teaching and to ask any burning questions you may have. 

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Drama
  • History
  • Music
  • Technology

You’ll also undertake Professional Experience in a number of different schools. These practicums provide a rewarding, first-hand secondary teaching experience that will help you gain insight into your capabilities and where you can make the most difference!

As a graduate of our Master of Teaching online course you may find yourself working at an independent school or state school. Your master’s degree may take you to a remote Indigenous community, or to a big city. No matter where you want to teach, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills you need to nurture the social, emotional, spiritual and physical development of the children you serve. As a teacher, you also will enjoy flexible working arrangements. While 79.8% of secondary teachers are in full time positions (joboutlook.gov.au), part-time employment is becoming more popular (ACER) for teachers who wish to enjoy greater work-life balance.

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