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Completion of this degree does not guarantee a teaching qualification, which is a function of the Diploma in Education. When registering for the diploma exam, it is necessary to submit three unbound copies of the thesis.

PREAMBLE

  • Applicability
  • Selection Committee
  • Applications
  • Special and General Principles

Course application forms provide for these arrangements and applicants who are unsure whether they qualify for a particular year or level of admission are encouraged to seek advice. The number of places available in each course is limited and there may be quotas in specific years of a course and, in some cases, subjects or units.

SELECTION

34;2.1.6 A selection committee may also take into account any special selection principles or other factors approved by the Board on the advice of the faculty concerned. Pursuant to Regulation 3.3(1)(1), special selection principles may be prescribed for setting conditions under which admission may be granted.

RESERVATION OF PLACES IN QUOTAS (DEFERMENT)

Selection Committees

Graduate Diploma in Education - two members appointed by the Diploma in Education Committee in the Department. Except to the extent expressly modified herein, the general principles for admission to postgraduate courses are incorporated into these special principles for selection to postgraduate courses in the Faculty of Education.

Selection for Graduate Diploma in Education

Except to the extent expressly modified herein, the general principles for admission to postgraduate courses are incorporated into these special principles for selection to postgraduate courses in the Faculty of Education. iii) Course I (Secondary) for graduates in Commerce or Economics or Law. iv) Course II (Secondary and Tertiary). Applicants will not normally be considered for nomination unless they have satisfactorily completed at least three years of teaching and the equivalent of four years of full-time study incl. programs that, in the faculty's assessment, are equivalent to the Diploma program and have shown signs of excellent capacity for educational studies.

PRINCIPLES OF SELECTION APPLICABLE TO ALL COURSES

Applicants qualified under Regulation 3.84 will be selected on the basis of academic merit judged by reference to the applicants' tertiary academic record. The Dean, in consultation, as appropriate, with the Chair of the Graduate Committee of the Department of Education or the Coordinator of Graduate Studies in the Center for Higher Education Studies will review and decide on applications for work credit. in other institutions according to the following Work Rules.

Working Rules for the several courses

Credits may be awarded for coursework worth not more than 50 of the 100 credits required to complete the degree through coursework and a minor thesis for comparable coursework completed at another university. Credits may be awarded for courses worth 100 of the 200 credits required to earn the degree for comparable courses completed at another accredited university.

General Working Rules

Applications

Information about exams, including exam numbers and confirmation of registration, can be found in the Student Agenda. For the Tertiary Education Regulations and the Student Loans, see the Student Agenda.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University for a research essay in Education, preference is given to the author of a published work. Awarded to the holder of a degree and the Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of Melbourne under 30 years of age who wishes to study abroad.

REGULATIONS

  • Regulation 3 . 1 1 A — D i p l o m a in Education
  • Regulation 3 . 1 1 — D e g r e e of Bachelor of Educational Studies
  • of Master of Education
  • Regulation 3 . 8 4 — M a s t e r of Educational Psychology
  • Regulation 3 . 8 9 — D e g r e e of Doctor of Education

Before the start of the training, each candidate must obtain the approval of the faculty for his candidacy and for his training. Before the start of the training, each candidate receives the approval of the faculty for his candidacy and for his training.

DETAILS OF SUBJECTS

ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENT (REG. 4.3)

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION

720-802 COURSE I (Secondary)

720-811 COURSE II (Secondary and Tertiary)

720-812 PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

720-813 SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION

720-814 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

720-815 CURRICULUM STUDIES

Students should note that teaching methods in Curriculum Studies are all day every Thursday. ASSESSMENT Students are required to achieve a satisfactory level in their coursework and to participate in seminars and workshops.

720-816 SCHOOL PRACTICE

BACHELOR OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES

HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN EDUCATION

HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION

720-201 HISTORY OF COLONIAL EDUCATION IN VICTORIA

In particular, there will be an examination of certain key concepts in Plato's dialogues (eg, virtue, knowledge, reality), and an examination of the theory of education in the Republic. In each semester the central study will be of Rousseau or of John Dewey, and its significance in the progressive tradition.

COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN EDUCATION

720-209 FRENCH EDUCATION: TRENDS AND ISSUES

A study of the following aspects of Soviet education:. a) Marx, Lenin and education policy (b) Polytechnic education.

720-213 ENGLISH EDUCATION: TRENDS AND ISSUES

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

720-220 THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION A

720-221 THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION B

ASSESSMENT One class assignment of approximately 1,000 words and one essay of approximately 3,000 words or one three-hour examination. A study of the place of examinations in music education: do they help to achieve its educational goals.

SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION

A philosophical study of topics selected from the following list: moral and religious education; indoctrination; equality in education; the rights of parents, students and teachers in education; education and the state; Can education bring about basic reforms in the structure of the economy, such as redistribution of income and assets, or should redistribution come first.

STATISTICS AND COMPUTER STUDIES

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Current methods used in the classroom to meet the needs arising from these differences will be critically reviewed. Students will be introduced to the implications of these differences in learning for teaching methods, curricula and school organization.

720-267 INTRODUCTION TO THE NEEDS OF FAST LEARNING CHILDREN, THEIR TEACHERS AND PARENTS (15 points)

720-268 EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY (30 points)

720-269 SPECIAL RESEARCH PROJECT

It will be assumed that students taking this course are currently teaching in secondary schools or have had recent experience in such schools.

720-273 LITERATURE IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL

720-274 DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM

720-275 TEACHING MATHEMATICS THROUGH A PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH (15 points)

EDUCATION OF THE DEAF

720-283 DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES AND HEARING IMPAIRMENT

720-284 STUDIES IN CURRICULUM AND HEARING IMPAIRMENT

720-285 SPEECH TEACHING FOR THE HEARING-IMPAIRED

720-286 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND HEARING- IMPAIRMENT

720-287 AUDIOLOGY

Aspects of the curriculum for hearing impaired students to be covered include curriculum development (K to 12) for mainstream schools and settings, as well as deafness studies, specific learning areas, assessment and evaluation, and development of individual programming.

720-288 AUDIOLOGY IN EDUCATION

720-289 SCHOOL PRACTICUM IN THE EDUCATION OF HEARING-IMPAIRED STUDENTS

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

720-290 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

720-291 DEVELOPMENTS IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

720-292 CURRENT POLICY ISSUES IN EDUCATIONAL

720-293 ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL OF EDUCATION

ADMINISTRATION

720-294 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

720-493 THESIS PREPARATION AND PROPOSAL

MASTER OF EDUCATION

720-601 MASTER OF EDUCATION (BY MAJOR THESIS)

Students are usually required to take the subject 720-647 Survey and Interview Methods, or 720-646 Experimental Research Methods in Education. Students are usually required to take the course 720-646 Experimental Research Methods in Education, or 720-647 Survey and Interview Methods.

720-602 MASTER OF EDUCATION (BY COURSE WORK AND MINOR THESIS)

Students are normally required to take the course 720-614 History and Comparative Studies in Education — Theory and Method. Students are usually required to take the course 720-624 Philosophy of Education — Its literature and method.

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

720-611 HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION A

720-612 HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION B

720-613 HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION C

720-614 HISTORY AND COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN

The discussion will be oriented towards the subject of educational history and the practice of historiography in this area.

STUDIES IN EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT

720-616 EDUCATION, CULTURE AND SOCIETY A

720-617 EDUCATION, CULTURE AND SOCIETY B

A study of the educational thought of Michael Oakeshott and G. Bantock, with special emphasis on the role of schooling as an initiation into the cultural traditions of civilization. Research, including a review of some recent theories of learning, to determine whether there are general criteria for applying the concept of learning.

720-621 PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT

720-623 MORAL PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATIONAL THEORY

720-624 PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION—ITS LITERATURE AND METHOD (30 points)

720-630 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLING IN POST-WAR VICTORIA (30 points)

720-631 ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

720-632 SOCIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN CULTURAL AND

720-633 EDUCATION, GENDER AND SOCIAL THEORY

720-634 FAMILY, CLASS AND THE HISTORY OF COMPULSORY SCHOOLING (30 points)

720-635 SPEECH TEACHING FOR THE HEARING-IMPAIRED (ADVANCED) (30 points)

Role of the parent in the cognitive, social and communicative development of children with hearing impairment. Understand parent-child relationships, family structures, goals, problems and fears of parents with hearing impaired children, and the effects of hearing impaired children on them.

720-637 EDUCATIONAL AUDIOLOGY

720-638 LINGUISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF HEARING-IMPAIRED CHILDREN (ADVANCED) (30 points)

The course does not seek to develop specific skills in the use of any of the methods, but will consider the literature on the pedagogical, psychological and social implications of their use. No formal internship will be given, although there may be an opportunity for the students to experience or develop additional skills in the use of different communication methods.

720-640 TEACHING AND TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS

In addition, students are expected to conduct a number of samples and analyzes of the language of hearing and hard of hearing children and complete a children's study of language levels and language programming objectives for that child, of approximately 3,000 words (50%). The subject is concerned with the study of how student characteristics and the home and school environment interact to influence educational outcomes.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND MEASUREMENT 720-645 READING IN THEORY AND METHOD OF RESEARCH

Some consideration will be given to the problems of measuring the relevant variables and to the analysis of correlational data.

720-646 EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH METHODS

720-647 SURVEY AND INTERVIEW METHODS

CURRICULUM STUDIES IN EDUCATION

720-650 THE CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE CURRICULUM

Papers will be of two types: a search and review of the literature in a given field and the writing of a research proposal for a specific investigation. The modern emphasis on discovery, insight, creativity, and the like will be examined.

CHILDREN OF HIGH INTELLECTUAL POTENTIAL

One of the requirements is the development of a curriculum or school program for intellectually gifted children. Specific reference will be made to the role of the education administrator in dealing with change processes in education.

CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION

CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION

As a background for further specialized study, attention is paid to the development and understanding of historical, social and political contexts, current issues such as access and participation or the political significance of recent research on student learning, and similarities and differences between higher education institutions and systems in selected countries.

724-643 HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY AND EVALUATION

724-644 HIGHER EDUCATION CURRICULUM, TEACHING AND

Emphasis is placed on the application of principles and therefore an element of assessment involving the design, production and assessment of a learning unit is central to the course. Unit B — (i) Design, production and evaluation of a teaching unit in higher education. iii) Preparation of a research proposal in the field of instructional design or a second term paper.

720-606 MASTER OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

A short series of seminars on the range of research methods used in higher education studies, followed by more specialist guided reading on methodology in a particular area of ​​interest and working seminars on research projects. After the research proposal is approved, students will conduct an independent project under mentorship for the remainder of the year.

720-670 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY A

720-680 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY B

Applications of major theoretical approaches to the assessment and treatment of childhood problems will represent the main focus. The purpose of this course is to show how the main approaches of consultation with parents and teachers can be used to increase their effectiveness in solving the psychological and learning problems of children and adolescents.

720-690 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY C

The way in which these approaches can reduce the stress of parenting and teaching will be shown. In both cases, the details of the project will be determined in negotiations with the educational psychology staff.

BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION

The practicum can be completed with satisfactory experience in the field of practice in institutions approved by the faculty, including a report on the prof.

720-022 PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION M

720-033 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY M

The assessment may include an essay of approx. 2,500 words, or written assignments, or a test or a test and an assignment.

720-044 SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION M

720-045 CURRICULUM STUDIES

720-046 SCHOOL PRACTICE

BOOKLISTS

720-811 COURSE II SECONDARY AND TERTIARY

Barrow R Commonsense and the Curriculum 1976 Allen & Unwin Eisner E W The Educational Imagination 1986 Macmillan Hamilton D Curriculum Evaluation 1976 Open Books. Lee and Zeldin eds Curriculum Planning 1982 Hodder & Stoughton Horton T and Raggart P eds Challenge and Change in the Curriculum.

BACHELOR OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES

HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION 720-201 COLONIAL EDUCATION IN VICTORIA

720-202 HISTORY OF VICTORIAN EDUCATION IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

720-206 THE CONSERVATIVE TRADITION IN EDUCATIONAL THEORY

720-207 THE PROGRESSIVE TRADITION IN EDUCATIONAL THEORY

720-210 AREA STUDY: ITALY AND GREECE

720-212 AREA STUDY: USSR

Hirst og Peters Logic of Education 1970 Routledge (PR) Ayer A J The Problem of Knowledge 1956 Penguin Chisholm R M Theory of Knowledge 2. udg. Prentice-Hall Griffiths A P ed Knowledge and Belief 1967 OUP Hamlyn D W The Theory of Knowledge 1970 Macmillan.

720-222 PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS IN LITERARY APPRECIATION

720-224 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE TEACHING

720-226 AIMS AND NATURE OF EDUCATIONAL THEORY

720-227 MORAL ISSUES IN EDUCATION

720-228 PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC TEACHING

SOCIOLOGY IN EDUCATION

720-241 GENDER AND SCHOOLING

720-242 EDUCATION AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHANGE

720-243 CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

720-244 YOUTH, CULTURE AND CLASS

720-251 INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS IN EDUCATION

720-252 MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION

720-257 EDUCATIONAL USES OF COMPUTERS

720-260 PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT

720-261 CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT

720-263 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION

720-264 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY

720-265 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

720-266 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN LEARNING

34;Izard J F Classroom test construction and analysis 1977 ACER Wright B D and Stone M H Better test design 1979 MESA.

720-267 INTRODUCTION TO THE NEEDS OF FAST LEARNING CHILDREN, THEIR TEACHERS AND PARENTS

720-268 EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY

720-270 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL

720-271 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM EVALUATION AND EVALUATION INSTRUMENTS

720-272 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Bell A Costello J and Kuchemann D A Review of Research in Mathematics Education Part A Learning and Teaching 1983 NFER Nelson Burkhardt H The Real World and Mathematics 1981 Blackie Burkhardt H et al Application of Problem Solving 1982 CDC Cockroft W HMSO Mathematics .1982

720-275 TEACHING MATHEMATICS THROUGH A PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH

720-284 STUDIES IN CURRICULUM AND HEARING-IMPAIRMENT

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

720-286 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND HEARING-IMPAIRMENT

Quigley S and Kretschmer R Education of deaf children: issues of theory and practice 1982 University Park Press Baltimore. Hodgson W R Basic audiological assessment 1985 Krieger Malabar Florida Pollack M C Amplification for the hearing impaired Second edition 1980 Grune.

720-292 CURRENT POLICY ISSUES IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

720-299 CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION B

Knights B The Idea ol the Clerisy in the Nineteenth Century 1978 OUP McConica J ed The History of the University of Oxford vol III The. McGrath F Newman's University Idea and Reality all ed Longmans [Departmental Reading Guide with additional references to be issued.]. a) Bantock G H Curriculum Dilemmas 1980 Martin Robertson Bantock G H Parochialism of the Present 1981 Routledge &.

720-619 PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF LEARNING

Freire P Education for Critical Consciousness 1974 Seabury Freire P Pedagogy in Process 1978 Skrywers & Lesers Freire P The Politics of Education 1985 Macmillan.

720-620 PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION A

720-621 PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF TEACHING

720-622 LANGUAGE, THOUGHT AND EDUCATION

720-630 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLING IN POST-WAR VICTORIA

720-632 SOCIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL STUDIES

720-634 FAMILY, CLASS AND THE HISTORY OF COMPULSORY SCHOOLING

720-635 SPEECH TEACHING FOR THE HEARING-IMPAIRED (ADVANCED)

720-636 EARLY INTERVENTION AND PARENT GUIDANCE FOR HEARING-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

720-638 LINGUISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF HEARING-IMPAIRED CHILDREN (ADVANCED)

720-639 METHODS OF COMMUNICATION WITH HEARING-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

720-641 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS AND EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND MEASUREMENT 720-646 EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION

Norusis M J SPSS-X Advanced Statistics Guide 1985 McGraw-Hill Norusis M J The SPSS Guide to Data Analysis 1987 SPSS Inc.

720-648 ADVANCED MEASUREMENT

Jenkins E Fra Armstrong til Nuffield Science Education in the Twentieth Century i England 1981 Murray.

720-651 THE COMPREHENSIVE SECONDARY CURRICULUM

720-652 SOURCES OF CURRICULUM THEORY AND PRACTICE

CONCEPTUAL REFINEMENT OF THE NOTION OF

34;CHILD-CENTREDNESS"

720-653 CURRICULUM: IDEOLOGY AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

720-654 HOW CHILDREN LEARN MATHEMATICS

CHILDREN OF HIGH INTELLECTUAL POTENTIAL 720-655 THEORETICAL ISSUES IN THE EDUCATION OF

INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED CHILDREN

720-656 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES FOR INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED CHILDREN

720-657 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS OF INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED CHILDREN

720-658 SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONTEXTS FOR THE EDUCATION OF INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED

CHILDREN

720-660 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION: ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY

720-661 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION: ADMINISTRATIVE BEHAVIOUR

720-662 POLICY AND PLANNING IN EDUCATION

720-663 CHANGE PROCESSES IN EDUCATION

720-664 KNOWLEDGE AND VALUES IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

720-665 LEADERSHIP AND THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Milton et al. Organizational Behavior in Australia 1984 Prentice-Hall Hodgkinson C Towards a Philosophy of Administration 1978 Black-. Sergiovanni T J og Corbally J E eds Leadership and Organizational Culture: New Perspectives on Administrative Theory and Practice 1984 Urbana og Chicago University of Chicago Press.

CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION 720-666 CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION C

Fullan M The Meaning of Educational Change 1982 OISE Toronto Hodgkinson C The Philosophy of Leadership 1983 Basil Blackwell Oxf Marks W L og Nystrand R O eds Strategies for Educational Change. The Australian Experience 1987 University of New England Press Sheive L T og Schoenheit M B eds Leadership: Examining the Elusive.

HIGHER EDUCATION SUBJECTS

724-642 HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

720-606 MASTER OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Harris R J A Primer of Multivariate Statistics 1985 Akademies Kerlinger F N Grondslae van Gedragsnavorsing 1986 Holt-Saunders Kidder L and Judd C M Research Methods in Social Relations 1986. Myklebust H R Psychology of Deafness 2nd edition 1964 Grune & De Stratton Language Strenging A H et al. Application.

BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION

Self G Aural Adventure 1969 Novello London Self G New Sounds in Class 1967 Universal London Vulliamy in Lee Pop Glasba v šoli 1976 CUP Swanick K A Basis for Music Education 1979 NFER Publ Swanick K in Taylor D Discovering Music 1982. Vulliamy G in Lee E Pop Rock in etnična glasba v šoli 1982 CUP Vulliamy G in Lee E Popular Music A Teacher's Guide 1982 Rout-.

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