Course Structure

Course structure

To gain the Professional Certificate in Teaching (Clinical) you must complete two 12.5 point subjects. These two subjects are taken sequentially over two terms:

SubjectPoints
Compulsory subjects
Clinical Teaching and Learning 12.5

Clinical Teaching and Learning

An introduction to clinical practice in schools as a paradigm for learning and teaching. Explore the importance of data, theory and research in informing interventionist teacher practice. This will enhance your capacity to utilise individual student data in determining the student’s zone of proximal development in order to establish the starting point for teaching.


Detailed Information EDUC90828
Type Compulsory
Evidence-based Practice 12.5

Evidence-based Practice

The major focus of this course is the exploration of research evidence that informs and supports the implementation of Clinical Teaching in classroom contexts. Participants will consider how they can use evidence-based practice to enhance the effectiveness and impact of their classroom actions and identify appropriate interventions for students, when necessary. Specifically, they will use the clinical judgement decision-making model to examine the current evidence base about what works best, what criteria can be developed to make decisions about student success, and how to select, implement, review and communicate research-supported teaching strategies that address identified student needs.


Detailed Information EDUC90862
Type Compulsory

Workload

The estimated hours required for each subject is between 15 -19 hours per week, but this varies for each student and depends on your task management and planning, familiarity with the material, reading style and speed.

Entry requirements

  • Your dedicated student support team

Discuss your subjects

Talk with a dedicated online student support consultant to find out more about:

  • Content and learning outcomes
  • Assessment requirements
  • Time commitment required for each subject
  • Possible recognition of prior learning
  • Exit pathways.

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