Intended for in-service teachers wishing to enhance their skills in assessing and planning for students with diverse abilities.
Completion of the course will provide both in-service teachers and those who work in special education support facilities with the skills to organise effective programs for all children in their classes.
Teachers in Western Australia are required to complete units in special education in order to qualify to teach students with special educational needs.
Provides an opportunity for motivated professionals concerned with educational practice to undertake advanced coursework in areas of study that will enable them to perform to a high standard in their chosen leadership role or context.
The course is set in the context of changing social, political and economic pressures that demand a dynamic response from schools to achieve improved outcomes.
Captures the essence of the latest research in the field of educational leadership and applies it within a framework of discrete but inter-related units of study that reflect the practical needs of school and school system leaders.
It recognises the need for educational leaders to take responsibility for setting high standards, to be accountable for the maintenance of these high standards and to monitor performance against such standards.