Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years/Birth - 12 Years)

  • Effective from: 2022
  • Approved Abbreviation: MTeach(Bir-5/Bir-12)
  • Western Sydney University Program Code: 1783
  • AQF Level: 9

CRICOS Code: 071442G

This program applies to students who commenced in 2022 or later

Students should follow the program structure for the session start date relevant to the year they commenced.

For Commencement Year 2H 2018 to Spring 2021 - please refer to: 1783.3 Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years/Birth - 12 Years)

For Commencement Year 2H 2018 - please refer to: 1783.3 Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years/Birth - 12 Years)

For Commencement Year 2H 2017 - please refer to: 1783.2 Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years/Birth - 12 Years)

For Commencement Year 2015 to 1H 2017 - please refer to: 1783.1 Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years/Birth - 12 Years)

The Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years / Birth – 12 Years) is a post graduate initial teaching qualification. It provides students with the flexibility of a teaching qualification for early childhood or a combined early childhood and primary teaching qualification. Students can choose to focus on teaching in the prior to school areas with an early exit point of a Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) or they can undertake an additional six months of study to complete a teaching qualification for early childhood and primary school teaching with the Master of Teaching (Birth – 12 Years). This program would be appropriate for people wanting to work as a qualified teacher in preschool and early childhood services and also in a primary school setting.

The Master of Teaching (Birth-12 Years) incorporates a minimum of 55 days of professional experience in early childhood settings and 30 days professional experience in primary schools (Birth – 12 years).

Study Mode

Two and a half years full-time or five years part-time.

Program Advice

Denise Fraser

Prospective students should visit the following websites for general enquiries about this program.

Enquire about this program| Local Admission | International Admission |

Location

Campus Attendance Mode Advice
Bankstown Campus Full Time Internal See above
Bankstown Campus Part Time Internal See above

Accreditation

The Master of Teaching (Birth-5 years/ Birth-12 years) is a professional teaching qualification for students possessing a recognised and relevant bachelor degree. It has been accredited by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) as meeting all initial teacher education accreditation standards including the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at the Graduate Teacher level. This program has also been approved by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).

Inherent Requirements

There are inherent requirements for this program that you must meet in order to complete your program and graduate. Make sure you read and understand the requirements for this program online.

Inherent Requirements

Work Integrated Learning

Western Sydney University seeks to enhance student learning experiences by enabling students to engage in the culture, expectations and practices of their profession or discipline.  This program includes a placement or other community-based unpaid practical experience.

There is a mandatory work component required for completion of this program.  Please contact the Program Advisor listed above for information.

International students should also refer to the link below for more information and a link to the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) for international students

Admission

Applicants must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in any discipline. Applicants wishing to graduate with a Master of Teaching (Birth – 12 Years) must have at least eight subjects of study in a curriculum area (equivalent of one year of study) in their undergraduate degree in order to meet the curriculum requirements of the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA). Where these requirements are not met, applicants may be offered concurrent enrolment in up to four undergraduate subjects of study.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum GPA of 4 in undergraduate study. Current students transitioning from approved Western Sydney Pathway to teaching programs are not included in the GPA requirement.

Additional Information for Applicants

Current WSU students in the Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Birth – 5 / Birth – 12), Bachelor of Social Science (Pathway to Early Childhood Teaching) and Bachelor of Education (Birth – 5 Years) can apply via the WSU Transition to Teaching. All other local applicants must apply via the Universities Admission Centre (UAC), see http://www.uac.edu.au

Applications from Australian and New Zealand citizens and holders of permanent resident visas may be made via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) or directly through the Western Portal. Use the links below to apply via UAC or Western Sydney University. Applications made directly to Western Sydney do not have an application fee.

http://www.uac.edu.au/
https://westernsydney.uac.edu.au/ws/

Applicants who have undertaken studies overseas may have to provide proof of proficiency in English. Local applicants who are applying through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) will find details of minimum English proficiency requirements and acceptable proof on the UAC website. Local applicants applying directly to the University should also use the information provided on the UAC website.

http://www.uac.edu.au/

All other International applicants must apply directly to the University via the International Office.  

International students applying to the University through the International Office can find details of minimum English proficiency requirements and acceptable proof on their website.

International Office

Overseas qualifications must be deemed by the Australian Education International - National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (AEI-NOOSR) to be equivalent to Australian qualifications in order to be considered by UAC and Western Sydney University.

International students who did not complete their undergraduate degree in Australia must also meet English Language proficiency requirements and must provide evidence to satisfy the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) as in the following

  1.  An Academic version of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Test Report Form (TRF) that shows:
    • Overall score of 7.5 with:

    • a score of at least 7.0 for Reading and Writing; and

    • a score of at least 8.0 for Speaking and Listening.

    The IELTS test scores must appear on a single IELTS TRF and be the result of a test undertaken during the 24-month period prior to submitting an application.

    Or

    2. An applicant has completed study assessed by AITSL as comparable to at least four years of full-time (or part-time equivalent) higher education (university) study, that results in a qualification/s comparable to the education level of an Australian bachelor degree or higher (must include a recognised initial teacher education qualification) undertaken in Australia, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States. Details of acceptable proof are available on The University's International website

International - Entry requirements
Special Requirements Prerequisites

Prior to enrolling, students in subjects TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years, TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years, TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6must

QuEST - Non-Academic Capabilities Selection

Students with an offer to enrol in an accredited initial teacher education program are required to complete an online interview to assess your capabilities, in other words, your talents and personal attributes that are relevant to the teaching profession. Western Sydney University refer to this compulsory assessment as QuEST about which you will receive an email prior to the start of the teaching session.

Refer to the Australian Institute for Teaching and Leadership (AITSL) website for more information and the Selection Guidelines: Factsheet.

Additional Requirement

Satisfactorily complete the School of Education Academic Literacy Assessment Task for subject TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years

Program Completion Prerequisites

Prior to graduating and prior to enrolment in subject TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6, students must

Program Structure

Qualification for this award requires the successful completion of 200 credit points including the core subjects listed in the recommended sequence below.

Recommended Sequence

Start-year intake

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7015 Children, Families, Communities 10
TEAC 7147 Theorising Play 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7057 Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7037 Early Learning Environments 10
 Credit Points40
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7061 Leadership and Management 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7087 Practising Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years 10
TEAC 7153 Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices 10
Students may apply to graduate at this point with the 1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years) Or complete the following subjects to obtain a Master of Teaching (Birth - 12 Years).  
 Credit Points40
Year 3
Autumn session
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points200

1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) exit only

Mid-year Intake

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Spring sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7057 Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7147 Theorising Play 10
 Credit Points40
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7015 Children, Families, Communities 10
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7037 Early Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7153 Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices 10
 Credit Points40
Year 3
Autumn session
TEAC 7061 Leadership and Management 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7087 Practising Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years 10
Students may apply to graduate at this point with the 1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years) Or complete the following subjects to obtain a Master of Teaching (Birth - 12 Years).  
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points200

1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) exit only

Graduates of Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching Birth - 5 / Birth - 12) and Bachelor of Social Science (Pathway to Early Childhood Teaching)

Start-year Intake

40 credit points advanced standing for Theorising Play; Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership; Children, Families, Communities; and Early Learning Environments

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years 10
TEAC 7153 Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices 10
 Credit Points40
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7061 Leadership and Management 10
TEAC 7087 Practising Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years 10
Students may apply to graduate at this point with the 1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years) Or complete the following subjects to obtain a Master of Teaching (Birth - 12 Years).  
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points160

1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) exit only

Mid-year Intake

40 credit points advanced standing for Theorising Play; Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership; Children, Families, Communities; and Early Learning Environments

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Spring sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years 10
 Credit Points40
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7061 Leadership and Management 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7087 Practising Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years 10
TEAC 7153 Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices 10
Students may apply to graduate at this point with the 1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years) Or complete the following subjects to obtain a Master of Teaching (Birth - 12 Years).  
 Credit Points40
Year 3
Autumn session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points160

1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) exit only

Start-year Intake Accelerated Pattern

40 credit points advanced standing for Theorising Play; Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership; Children, Families, Communities; and Early Learning Environments

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years 10
 Credit Points50
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7087 Practising Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years 10
TEAC 7153 Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices 10
 Credit Points50
Summer session
TEAC 7061 Leadership and Management 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
Students may apply to graduate at this point with the 1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years) Or complete the following subjects to obtain a Master of Teaching (Birth - 12 Years).  
 Credit Points20
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points160

1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) exit only

Mid-year Intake Accelerated Pattern

40 credit points advanced standing for Theorising Play; Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership; Children, Families, Communities; and Early Learning Environments

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Spring sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7104 Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years 10
TEAC 7153 Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices 10
 Credit Points50
Summer session
TEAC 7061 Leadership and Management 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
 Credit Points20
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7087 Practising Pedagogical Leadership 10
TEAC 7103 Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years 10
Students may apply to graduate at this point with the 1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth - 5 Years) Or complete the following subjects to obtain a Master of Teaching (Birth - 12 Years).  
 Credit Points50
Spring session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points160

1784 - Master of Teaching (Birth – 5 Years) exit only

Graduates of the TAFE Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care 100 credit points of advanced standing.

Start-year intake

For graduates of the TAFE Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care 100 credit points of advanced standing for

Subject Title Credit Points
TEAC 7153Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices10
TEAC 7057Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7030Diverse Literacies10
TEAC 7015Children, Families, Communities10
TEAC 7037Early Learning Environments10
TEAC 7147Theorising Play10
TEAC 7087Practising Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7061Leadership and Management10
TEAC 7104Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years10
TEAC 7103Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years10

Note: Students must complete 10 subjects from the Master of Teaching (Birth – 12 Years) and must also complete four Bachelor of Arts (BA) subjects in order to meet the subject content requirements for primary teaching. These BA subjects should include Analytical Reading and Writing, Mathematical Patterns and Relationships and two other subjects from the BA Core, Numeracy and Science Pool of the Education Studies Major and/or one of the BA Majors.

Start-year Intake

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
Select one BA subject 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
Select two BA subjects 20
 Credit Points40
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
Select one BA subject 10
 Credit Points30
Spring session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points30
 Total Credit Points140

Mid-year intake

For graduates of the TAFE Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care 100 credit points of advanced standing for

Subject Title Credit Points
TEAC 7153Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices10
TEAC 7057Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7030Diverse Literacies10
TEAC 7015Children, Families, Communities10
TEAC 7037Early Learning Environments10
TEAC 7147Theorising Play10
TEAC 7087Practising Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7061Leadership and Management10
TEAC 7104Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years10
TEAC 7103Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years10

Note: Students must complete 10 subjects from the Master of Teaching (Birth – 12 Years) and must also complete four Bachelor of Arts (BA) subjects in order to meet the subject content requirements for primary teaching. These BA subjects should include Analytical Reading and Writing, Mathematical Patterns and Relationships and two other subjects from the BA Core, Numeracy and Science Pool of the Education Studies Major and/or one of the BA Majors.

Mid year Intake

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Spring sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
Select two BA subjects 20
 Credit Points40
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
Select one BA subject 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
Select one BA subject 10
 Credit Points30
Year 3
Autumn session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points30
 Total Credit Points140

Start-year Intake Accelerated Pattern

For graduates of the TAFE Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care 100 credit points of advanced standing for

Subject Title Credit Points
TEAC 7153Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices10
TEAC 7057Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7030Diverse Literacies10
TEAC 7015Children, Families, Communities10
TEAC 7037Early Learning Environments10
TEAC 7147Theorising Play10
TEAC 7087Practising Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7061Leadership and Management10
TEAC 7104Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years10
TEAC 7103Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years10

Note: Students must complete 10 subjects from the Master of Teaching (Birth – 12 Years) and must also complete four Bachelor of Arts (BA) subjects in order to meet the subject content requirements for primary teaching. These BA subjects should include Analytical Reading and Writing, Mathematical Patterns and Relationships and two other subjects from the BA Core, Numeracy and Science Pool of the Education Studies Major and/or one of the BA Majors.

Start-year Intake Accelerated Pattern

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
Select two BA subjects 20
 Credit Points40
Summer session
Select two BA subjects 20
 Credit Points20
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points140

Mid year Intake Accelerated

For graduates of the TAFE Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care 100 credit points of advanced standing for

Subject Title Credit Points
TEAC 7153Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices10
TEAC 7057Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7030Diverse Literacies10
TEAC 7015Children, Families, Communities10
TEAC 7037Early Learning Environments10
TEAC 7147Theorising Play10
TEAC 7087Practising Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7061Leadership and Management10
TEAC 7104Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years10
TEAC 7103Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years10

Note: Students must complete 10 subjects from the Master of Teaching (Birth – 12 Years) and must also complete four Bachelor of Arts (BA) subjects in order to meet the subject content requirements for primary teaching. These BA subjects should include Analytical Reading and Writing, Mathematical Patterns and Relationships and two other subjects from the BA Core, Numeracy and Science Pool of the Education Studies Major and/or one of the BA Majors.

Mid year Intake Accelerated

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Spring sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
Select two BA subjects 20
 Credit Points40
Summer session
Select two BA subjects 20
 Credit Points20
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7112 Prosocial Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7022 Creative Teaching and Learning 10
TEAC 7071 Literacy in the Early Years 10
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points40
 Total Credit Points140

Graduates of the Western Sydney University Bachelor of Education (Birth – 5 Years) 

Start-year Intake

Students receive advanced standing for

Subject Title Credit Points
TEAC 7153Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices10
TEAC 7057Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7015Children, Families, Communities10
TEAC 7087Practising Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7061Leadership and Management10
TEAC 7104Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years10
TEAC 7103Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years10
TEAC 7071Literacy in the Early Years10
TEAC 7112Prosocial Learning Environments10
TEAC 7022Creative Teaching and Learning10

Start-year Intake

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7147 Theorising Play 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
 Credit Points40
Spring session
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7037 Early Learning Environments 10
 Credit Points30
Year 2
Autumn session
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points30
 Total Credit Points100

Start-year Intake Accelerated Pattern

Students receive advanced standing for

Subject Title Credit Points
TEAC 7153Inclusive Education: Principles and Practices10
TEAC 7057Introduction to Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7015Children, Families, Communities10
TEAC 7087Practising Pedagogical Leadership10
TEAC 7061Leadership and Management10
TEAC 7104Professional Experience Birth - 2 Years10
TEAC 7103Professional Experience 3 - 5 Years10
TEAC 7071Literacy in the Early Years10
TEAC 7112Prosocial Learning Environments10
TEAC 7022Creative Teaching and Learning10

Start-year Intake Accelerated Pattern

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
Autumn sessionCredit Points
TEAC 7114 Research and Professional Practice 10
TEAC 7030 Diverse Literacies 10
TEAC 7147 Theorising Play 10
TEAC 7094 Primary Mathematics and Numeracy 2 10
TEAC 7099 Primary Science & Technology 10
 Credit Points50
Spring session
TEAC 7038 Early Mathematics and Numeracy 10
TEAC 7156 Aboriginal Education: Past, Present and Future 10
TEAC 7090 Primary English and Literacy 2 10
TEAC 7037 Early Learning Environments 10
TEAC 7106 Professional Experience K - 6 10
 Credit Points50
 Total Credit Points100