This program is designed to provide current and future tertiary educators with the capacity to create engaging, innovative and quality tertiary teaching and learning environments for adult learners, and to develop your professional academic integrity through creating a professional portfolio and engaging with the scholarship of learning and teaching.
EDGCT 5007 focuses on building a theory based foundation to explore the dynamics of learning, teaching and assessment - worth 15 credit points.
EDGCT 5008 and EDGCT 5009 focus on effective learning and teaching in tertiary environments, in various delivery modes, and with varying different roles. It also focuses on you as a professional practitioner and your place within the tertiary sector both locally, nationally and internationally - each worth 15 credit points.
EDGCT 5010 focuses on engagement in the scholarship of teaching and learning - worth 15 credit points.
This program is one of many postgraduate courses within the Institute of Education, Arts and Community, however is delivered by lecturers within the Centre for Academic Development. Its primary focus is to up-skill university staff with opportunities to develop their teaching skills to complement and enhance their discipline expertise.
We understand that sometimes work and life commitments can get in the way of effective study. If you are having any issues, please have a discussion with the Program Coordinator to explore any informal options that may accommodate your needs.
If you are considering taking leave of studies from a course or withdrawing from the program, please follow this link to access the page on the Federation website that will help you explore your various options, and give you access to the relevant forms. If you have any questions related to the GCETE, contact:
Program Coordinator: Tulsa Andrews
Phone: (03) 5327 9654
What you can expect from us:
GCETE learning team includes Tulsa Andrews, Dr Emma Price and Kate Roberts.
In an online environment, it can be a challenge to feel that sense of camaraderie or community that is associated with face-to-face learning environments. Therefore it is important to consistently participate in the communicative activities set to ensure your 'voice' is heard, and you acknowledge the 'voices' of others as part of the learning process. Each course has a number of online discussion forums, peer activities and/or synchronous virtual sessions scheduled to ensure that you can regularly engage with your peers to maximise learning.
What we expect from you:
Individual consultations with a Liaison Librarian are available to all staff.
A Liaison Librarian can: