ICT Professional development for teachers through Southern Cross University's Master of Education (Coursework)
Phelps, R 2002, 'ICT Professional development for teachers through Southern Cross University's Master of Education (Coursework)', poster presented to Linking learners: Australian Computers in Education Conference (ACEC 2002), Hobart, Tas.
This poster session will showcase the opportunities available for teacher professional development at Southern Cross University. A particular focus will be placed on the information technology stream of units which can be undertaken individually or as part of a Graduate Certificate (4 units) or a Master of Education (Coursework) (8 units). The display will encompass print based and digital resources, including hands-on access to two of the Web-based educational information technology units; Educational Information Technology for the School Practitioner and Management of Information Technology in the School Environment. Conference delegates will have an opportunity to discuss the many ways that the Master of Education program can be tailored to enable them to pursue a particular focus on technology in learning and teaching. Many teachers may also be interested in the opportunities for recognition of prior learning and advanced standing for professional development programs such as the NSW Department of Education’s Technology in Learning and Teaching (TiLT) program.