奥克兰理工大学/Auckland University of Technology
Master of Teaching and Learning (Primary)
- 课程级别：硕士学位/Master's Degree（9级）
- 学费：$46,785 NZD Per Year
- 开学时间：Expected February-2019
- 授课校区：AUT North Campus
- Become a responsive and resilient teacher who understands their identity as teacher, the nature of their students, and the unique Aotearoa New Zealand socio-cultural and political context and its impact on education.
- Integrated, holistic, hands-on learning: Spend half your week at AUT University and the other half in schools, where we work in partnership to give you an integrated and holistic learning experience.
- Adaptive teaching: Become an 'adaptive' expert: a teacher who not only has the abilities, knowledge and skills to teach, but one who is able to use evidence-based teaching as inquiry to tune into the needs of individual students, particularly those who struggle in the current school system.
- A future-oriented focus, equipped to teach and prepare children to live in a future world.
- This programme is run in conjunction with a number of partner schools such as Balmoral School, Belmont Primary School, Birkdale North School, Epsom Normal Primary School, Hobsonville Point School, Murrays Bay Intermediate School, Papatoetoe West Primary School and Puhinui School.
- Teacher identity and resilience
- Human development
- Learning theories
- Working with 毛利, Pasifika and students with special needs
- Learning te Reo 毛利 and some basic Samoan language
- The teaching as inquiry cycle
- A research inquiry project focused on working with priority learners.
- EDCR801 Ako: Teaching and Learning
- EDCR802 The Responsive Teacher in Aotearoa New Zealand
- EDCR803 Curriculum and Assessment
- EDPT801 The Adaptive Teacher
- EDUC901 Teaching as Inquiry
- EDUC902 Critical Reflection on Practice
- Must have completed a bachelor's degree with an average grade of B+ or higher in papers at level 7
- Completion of a personal declaration form. This includes permission for a New Zealand Police Vetting Service: Request and Consent Form.
- The names of three people who will act as your referee.
- CV with five year work history and a list of memberships in professional organisations.
- A school visit to one of our partnership schools prior to interview
- Face to face interview
- Demonstration of ICT skills and completion of literacy and numeracy tests to demonstrate high levels of comprehension, fluency and accuracy
- Demonstration of group skills through a simulation activity at interview
- All applicants must ensure they meet Education Council requirements for English Language Proficiency prior to admission to the programme.
Do you already hold a bachelor's degree and want to become a teacher? Postgraduate study in initial teacher education is new to New Zealand, and AUT is one of the places where you can study this one year professional qualification to become a teacher.
The AUT Master of Teaching and Learning (Primary) has four themes:
Graduates will be able to apply for provisional registration with the Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand. You will be able to teach in a primary or intermediate classroom.
Holding a master's degree in teaching and learning should be an advantage in the current competitive employment market.
Graduates planning to continue with postgraduate study should note that this qualification does not automatically lead to doctoral study. You would be required to complete additional study in a research methodologies paper at master's level.
Structure and content
This is an intensive programme that involves two days each week (Monday and Tuesday) in a partnership school and two days (Thursday and Friday) at the university. On Wednesday there is a mix of university activities and visits to other school contexts. For 12 weeks of the year student teachers will be on a sustained period of practicum in a partnership school (5 weeks in semester 1 and 7 weeks in semester 2) working with a professional learning mentor in the classroom.
The programme covers:
Such teachers will be well equipped to work with any learners in the New Zealand primary or intermediate classroom.
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.
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