STEM, Testamur Major
- Western Sydney University Major Code: T135
Available to students in other Western Sydney University programs? No
The Master of Education, STEM testamur major is designed for teachers seeking to enhance their knowledge in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and their capacity to plan, deliver and evaluate effectively integrated STEM learning experiences. Students will develop specialised skills to enable them to critically analyse, reflect on and synthesise multi-disciplinary approaches to STEM teaching, drawing on appropriate theoretical knowledge, allowing them to plan and deliver exemplary practice in STEM teaching. Students will also gain the skills required to be STEM leaders in schools, developing, enacting and evaluating interdisciplinary curriculum reform for the future.
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.
|TEAC 7121||STEM foundations||10|
|TEAC 7018||Computational Thinking across the STEM Curriculum||10|
|Select two of the following||20|
|Leading Mathematics in the Primary School|
|Assessment and Intervention for Mathematics and Numeracy Learning|
|Mathematics for Contemporary Learners|
|Addressing Diversity in Mathematics Teaching and Learning|
|Science for Contemporary Learners|
|Assessment and Intervention for Science Learning|
|STEM Pedagogies in Practice|
|Applied Robotics and Programming in Secondary STEM Education|
|Applied Mathematics and Science in Secondary STEM Education|
|Total Credit Points||40|