Learn to plan, teach and assess children, and integrate ICT in your teaching. Develop curriculum knowledge in English, maths, science, technology, arts, health and physical education, history, and geography. Develop valuable skills and experiences through Employability Backpack, engaging with community projects, working with children, families and communities.
In this program you will complete 80 days’ supervised teaching in local schools (and rural and remote settings if desired). You’ll complete a subject focus in science or English/literacy and work with children and families in community projects. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend professional development seminars to enhance your knowledge. For more information, visit Bachelor of Primary Education at UniSC – University of the Sunshine Coast.