We are here for the ACT community during COVID-19
The University of Canberra’s Faculty of Education played an important role in helping the Canberra community shift to online learning and teaching.Read more about this slide
Meet the faces of Wiradjuri Preschool
Wiradjuri Preschool and Child Care hosts pre-service teachers undertaking our Bachelor of Early Childhood and Primary EducationRead more about this slide
Dom Maher (Alumni): Guiding the next generation of learners
Dom says. “I didn’t want to be under-qualified, so I enrolled in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Education program at University of Canberra in 1996.”Read more about this slide
Faculty of Education
The Education faculty offers courses specialising in Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary and Educational Leadership, aligning with national requirements for teacher registration. We work closely with our professional and industry partners to ensure that all of our programs combine the best of practice, new knowledge, and innovative teaching and learning. All initial teacher education courses have been accredited by the ACT Teacher Quality Institute and are recognised as such across Australia. Students seeking registration as a teacher in another jurisdiction should confirm the requirements with the teacher registration organisation in that jurisdiction. Our Master and other postgraduate qualifications have been thoughtfully designed with an appreciation of the diverse circumstances of our students, including working education professionals.
Voting is open for UC’s Big Research Pitch as 17 Researchers vie to pitch their best ideas. The top 5 finalists compete in the Facebook Live on 29 October from 7.30pm.
Two University of Canberra staff from the Faculty of Education were invited to speak at an education webinar that aims to strengthen educational collaboration between Australia and Indonesia.
The University of Canberra’s Early Learning STEM Australia (ELSA) play-based digital program has been shortlisted in the AFR Higher Education Awards 2020.
Assistant Professor Rohan Nethsinghe represented the University of Canberra at an international webinar discussing how he has managed to teach music education virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.