The Graduate Certificate of Tertiary Teaching education degree through Curtin University offers a comprehensive range of subjects to guarantee you are ready for real-world classrooms when you graduate. Subject units covered include developing professional curriculum practices, leadership and innovation skills, effective communication between students, peers and the community and working in online learning environments.
The Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching is designed for tertiary educators seeking to improve their teaching skills and gain recognised teaching qualifications.The content of the Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching is designed to be applicable to all teaching disciplines at the tertiary level, and is suitable for those teaching in face-to-face, flexible and online learning environments.
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Adult Learning and Assessment
Teaching in a Tertiary Setting
Course Design, Delivery and Evaluation
Improving Practice through Action Learning and Research
demonstrate an understanding of learning theory; implement sound teaching practices in their discipline area that include innovative and appropriate assessment processes
capacity to apply critical reasoning to issues and evaluate opinions and to reflect on the literature using an evidence-based approach
ability to research, evaluate and synthesise scholarly and professional information relevant to education; Capacity to articulate a sound argument
ability to collect, analyse and organise information and idea and convey those ideas clearly and fluently and apply them in both face-to-face and online environments; ability to actively listen and respond to the ideas of other people
ability to engage effectively and appropriately with information and communication technologies; to select and use appropriate information and communication technology to retireve, manipulate and present information
demonstrate the capacity for independent self-directed learning; possess self knowledge and the ability to reflect on teaching performance
compare and contrast international approaches to what are considered best practices for tertiary teaching and implement appropriate standards and practices into their own discipline
appreciate and value the variety and range of cultural backgrounds of tertiary students and provide considered programs and materials which are sensitive to student needs and beliefs
possess the abilities and skills that provide a foundation for present and future leadership in education; has an appreciation of social and ethical responsibilities and the ability to apply ethical standards
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