School of Education
Are you an experienced 4-year trained teacher who loves numbers and teaching maths to young people? The University of Notre Dame Australia's Graduate Certificate in Education (Middle Years Mathematics) will provide you with the specialised skills and qualifications to teach maths to children in years 5 to 9. In addition, this qualification will help further your career with leadership opportunities. Our postgraduate program is available with flexible study options. Contact us today for further information.
To be eligible for admission applicants must be eligible for teacher registration in Australia.
If you aspire to become a lead teacher in middle years mathematics, this unique Graduate Certificate in Education (Middle Years Mathematics) will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to further your teaching career.
A Notre Dame's Graduate Certificate will give you a strong understanding of the importance of research-based enquiry to inform teaching and skills for mentoring and coaching your colleagues. In addition, you will investigate the content and specialised pedagogical approaches to teaching mathematics to motivate students toward higher academic achievement.
This program would be ideal for teachers of primary mathematics who wish to specialise in mathematics, including numeracy coordinators, primary teachers who wish to teach in lower secondary classrooms and out-of-field secondary teachers of mathematics who wish to upskill to better understand the pedagogical content knowledge required to teach mathematics in the middle years.
Graduates of this program may choose to enrol for a Master of Education (Curriculum) at Notre Dame.
A Graduate Certificate in Education (Middle Years Mathematics) will provide qualified and experienced teachers with the skills and knowledge to become leaders in the field of mathematics in Government, independent and Catholic primary and high schools. Careers include middle years maths teachers and curriculum leaders.
Students are to complete the following courses:
Students may commence their studies in January or October, subject to the availability of each course.
Full details of the program requirements are contained in the Program Requirements.
More information regarding courses can be found at the course descriptions page.
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