Learn a whole new school of thought – then teach it
- Invigorate your teaching career with a cutting-edge post-graduate qualification
- Have a greater impact on the learning and development outcomes of your students
- Part-time, flexible, 100% online delivery.
Download course guide
To learn more about the course structure, subjects, and fees, submit your details below
Drawing on the pioneering research and insights from the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education and leading education researcher John Hattie, the Clinical Teaching program is the only course of its kind in Australia.
This course is designed for high-achieving teachers who are dedicated to advancing their practice in early childhood, primary and secondary school settings.
In this program you’ll generate, interpret and evaluate various forms of student data to plan appropriate interventions that support student growth, at individual, group, team and school levels. Using the latest educational research, you’ll also discover the key theories around how students learn to accurately identify and address student-learning needs.
Featured as part of the highly acclaimed ABC television series Revolution School, this program is delivered completely online, allowing you to continue teaching while studying at a time and place that suits you.
Hear from our experts about the Clinical Teaching program
Face-to-face course for educatorsWant to learn the latest cutting-edge methods of psychology to benefit others in your educational context? The Professional Certificate in Education (Positive Education) is delivered face-to-face at our Melbourne campus, and brings together the science and practice of positive psychology to promote optimal learning environments. On successful completion of this course, you may be granted credit toward the Master of Education.
Why study online with us?
Taught by highly regarded experts
Dedicated student support
Australia’s leading university
Flexibility and choice
Interactive learning environment
A network of high-achieving peers
Term Applications close Term dates Term 1, 2019 14 Jan 28 Jan - 31 Mar Term 3, 2019 1 Jul 15 Jul - 15 Sep
View Key Dates for further important dates and deadlines.
Monday to Friday 8am to 9pm
Weekends and University of Melbourne observed Public Holidays 10am to 5pm | AEST/AEDT