奥克兰理工大学/Auckland University of Technology
Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching
- 学费：$27,540 NZD Per Year
- 开学时间：Expected February-2019
- 授课校区：AUT South Campus
- A Bachelor's degree at level 7 on the New Zealand Qualification Framework (NZQF) consisting of at least 360 credits; or
- A Graduate Diploma / or a Diploma for Graduates at Level 7 on the NZQF consisting of 120 credits; or
- A Postgraduate Diploma at Level 8 on the NZQF consisting of at least 120 credits; or
- A Master's degree at Level 9 on the NZQF consisting of 240 credits
- All applicants must ensure they meet the requirements of Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand for English Language Proficiency prior to admission to the programme.
- Applicants also need to meet the Education Council's Good Character and Fit to be a Teacher requirements.
Want to teach your favorite secondary school subjects to a new generation of New Zealanders, and embark on a career that will inspire and make a difference to young people's lives? The Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching will give you practical techniques based on sound research to teach your curriculum subject(s) in secondary schools. This is a professional qualification with strong emphasis on practical experience and applied learning. You will develop confidence in public speaking and establish your own teaching pedagogy.
Student teachers who successfully complete the Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching are eligible to seek registration as a teacher and apply for teaching positions in secondary schools.
Structure and content
The Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching integrates theory and practice to ensure that graduates are able to apply the principles of effective learning and teaching in the classroom.
The programme is made up of five taught papers, and 15 weeks of practicum placements in a secondary school, giving you the opportunity to build confidence and experience as a teacher in the classroom. Our small classes ensure a supportive collegial environment.
In addition, during campus-based papers, students attend curriculum studies tutorials in their teaching subjects. Many tutorials are run by practicing teachers on allocated afternoons.
Applicants must have one of the following qualifications with a range of papers relevant to the New Zealand secondary school curriculum.
AUT will evaluate whether overseas qualifications meet the above entry requirements.
English Language requirements:
Students whose first language is not English are required to pass the Academic IELTS with a band score of 7 in each component OR have a Level 7 degree from a New Zealand or Australian university OR two years of college in New Zealand and UE literacy at Level 2 NCEA with 5 credits in reading and 5 credits in writing. No admission until IELTS scores are evidenced.