Learner Wellbeing, Testamur Major
- Western Sydney University Major Code: T137
Available to students in other Western Sydney University programs? No
The Master of Education, Learner Wellbeing testamur major is designed to expand the knowledge, skills, and capacities of professionals working within educational settings to enable learners to be healthy, happy, engaged and successful. Students will critically examine what constitutes, promotes, and sustains learner wellbeing within an educational context from a multidisciplinary, strengths-based perspective. Informed by a whole school and person-centred approach, students will engage in problem solving, and apply pedagogical knowledge to identify and respond to learner mental health needs, and to improve wellbeing and connectedness within educational contexts.
Students will select from the major subjects that are on offer in any given semester. Major subjects can be studied in any order.
Students must successfully complete 40 credit points as listed below.
|Students must complete any four subjects from|
|TEAC 5023||Mental Health in Educational Contexts||10|
|TEAC 7072||Managing Challenging and Diverse Behaviour||10|
|TEAC 7010||Assessing to Support Learning||10|
|TEAC 7041||Effective Working Relationships||10|
|Total Credit Points||40|