Bachelor of Teaching (Primary)

Charles Sturt University
New South Wales, Australia
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time, Online
Duration
3 years
Intakes
February July
Total tuition fee (local)
Contact the university / college
Total tuition fee (foreign)
USD 15,306

About this course

The Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) prepares you to be a dynamic and critically reflective teacher who is responsive to the diverse needs of young learners and communities. You'll develop effective teaching skills across the full range of subjects taught in NSW primary schools: English, creative arts, health and physical education, mathematics, studies of society and the environment, and science and technology.

Entry Requirements

  • An ATAR appropriate to the course;
  • Successful study at university level (minimum two subjects);
  • TAFE Cert III or higher VET qualification or equivalent industry qualifications;
  • Successful completion of TAFE Tertiary Preparation Certificate (TPC) or a bridging program;
  • Relevant industry experience of at least two years;
  • Partial completion of TAFE Diploma level study (minimum 50%).
  • Applicants to study at CSU must meet minimum English language proficiency requirements.

Curriculum

Education Subjects

  • Assessment and Reporting
  • Learning and Development K-6
  • Successful Teaching
  • Managing the Classroom Environment
  • Indigenous Studies for Teachers
  • Principles of Inclusive Education

Professional Experience

  • Professional Experience 1
  • Professional Experience 2

Curriculum Method

  • Primary English Curriculum: Understanding Language and Literacy
  • Primary English Curriculum
  • Mathematics: Content & Pedagogy
  • Mathematics in the Primary Years
  • Science and Technology Curriculum
  • Curriculum Studies: Society and Environment
  • Creative Arts Curriculum
  • PDHPE Curriculum and Pedagogy

Key Subjects

  • Learning and Development K-6
  • Successful Teaching
  • EIndigenous Studies for Teachers
  • Principles of Inclusive Education

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