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Master of Teaching and Learning (Primary)

Experience innovative learning developed in collaboration with Catholic Education, the Department of Education, and independent schools.

80 days of placement

Develop your skills with extensive hands-on experience

Five stars

for full-time employment outcomes* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Education

$85,000

Median graduate salary* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Education

Commencing

  • Online: February
  • Townsville: February
  • Cairns: February

Fees

$3,985.00+

$21,960.00^

+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee

^estimated annual tuition fee


Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible

Duration

2 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 degree or equivalent that includes the equivalent of one year appropriate study in primary school curriculum

QTAC Codes

  • 313339
  • 313331
  • 323331

Course detail

Real stories

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    Student

    Mark Malone

    Master of Teaching and Learning (Primary)

    This course was ideal for me to change careers, and connect with peers and future employers. With an emphasis on real life examples and experiences, the dedicated and enthusiastic JCU staff have inspired me further to be a part of the teaching vocation and have a positive impact on learners for many years to come.

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    Alumni

    Kristal Bruniera

    Master of Teaching and Learning (Primary)

    By spending 11 weeks on my placement before completing my studies, the school and the staff really got to see what I was like as a teacher and how I constructed my classroom. That really helped me obtain employment with the school after graduation and it gave them the opportunity to see if I fit with their values.

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    Lecturer

    Dr Subhashni Taylor

    College of Arts, Society and Education

    The Masters of Teaching and Learning (Primary) at JCU allows students to build on their prior experiences to improve their practice as a teacher. The school based experience that is embedded in the course allows students to apply their knowledge in an authentic setting.

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    Employer

    Colette Wasson

    Director, Human Resources Business Partnering, Education Queensland

    The Department of Education finds JCU students to be equipped with the knowledge, skill set and willingness to make a difference in Queensland State Schools. Graduates leave JCU with a well-rounded ability to succeed in the classroom, while also stepping outside their comfort zone to begin their professional careers.

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    Employer

    Jacqui Francis

    Executive Director, Townsville Catholic Education

    JCU graduates come to us ready to take on the role of guiding and teaching our wonderful students. We recognise their enthusiasm, energy and their willingness to continue in professional development that further enhances their skills. JCU graduates enhance our organisation and add value to our students’ lives.