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1 inspiring achievement EARLY CHILDHOOD PRIMARY R-7 MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING SPORT, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FLINDERS.EDU.AU

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3 04 EDUCATION 06 EARLY CHILDHOOD 10 PRIMARY R-7 12 MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING 20 MASTER OF TEACHING/ BACHELOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (GRADUATE ENTRY) 22 SPORT, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

4 University should be about much more than classes, coursework and exams. You deserve the chance to extend your learning, and develop new networks, skills and expertise that will enable you to succeed in your future career. At Flinders we are enhancing our courses to offer an educational experience that you will enjoy and that will be valued by future employers. Our new Student Plaza and Hub will open in Semester One in 2016 with state-of-theart facilities, creating an inspirational space for you to learn, study and socialise. The new development incorporates individual and group study areas, cafés and student kitchens, outdoor performance areas, all embedded with the latest in technology and internet access. Simply put, we are investing in creating the best possible facilities for you at Flinders. We encourage you to compare the quality of our courses with those offered at other universities and hope that you will recognise the value of undertaking a Flinders University degree. Professor Colin Stirling Vice-Chancellor and President

5 DOUBLE DEGREE VALUE Each education course at Flinders is taken as a double degree, enabling you to develop specific teaching skills while also gaining a broader range of knowledge by completing a degree in arts, disability studies, health sciences, science or languages. A CLASS ABOVE Flinders education programs provide you with opportunities to apply your teaching skills in a range of educational environments, completing a minimum of 80 days of professional teaching experience as part of your degree. BROAD FOCUS Specialist education courses provide the skills and qualifications to teach children ranging from pre-school to secondary school and also offer opportunities to specialise in disability education. GRADUATE OPTIONS People who already have an undergraduate degree can choose to study a Master of Teaching, which offers a combination of advanced educational curriculum and practical professional classroom placements.

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7 Flinders was ranked among the world s top 400 universities by the 2014 Academic Ranking of World Universities and in the top 100 universities under the age of 50 by the Times Higher Education rankings. Flinders has earned a reputation for delivering high-impact research and courses that students love. The $63 million Plaza Redevelopment and Student Hub will provide an extraordinary new facility for students commencing in 2016, with a 2,000 seat outdoor amphitheatre, new social learning spaces where students can gather to study and a range of services tailored to deliver an all-round campus experience for students. Flinders offers an excellent staff-student ratio rated as 5 stars by the 2015 Good Universities Guide, reflecting the University s commitment to teaching. Flinders students frequently comment that they value access to lecturers and the learning environment created on campus. Our academics and teachers are connected to the current issues of the day, guiding you to question, challenge and think beyond the limits of convention, and equipping you with important skills for a successful career. Whether you are relaxing in the leafy surrounds of the Bedford Park campus, immersed in the CBD at the Victoria Square campus or contemplating the future of Australia s economy at our brand new Tonsley building, Flinders prides itself on offering students a great on-campus experience. Pictured bottom left: Plaza Redevelopment and Student Hub Pictured below: Innovative working spaces at Tonsley Flinders has close connections with industry, reflected in the relevance of our curriculum and the connections that a Flinders University experience offers students. Every year some Flinders students choose to do an internship at the US congress, study part of their degree in London or undertake work integrated learning opportunities with employers in Adelaide. Flinders courses are renowned for being rigorous and also work-oriented, providing graduates with a clear set of knowledge and skills that they will be able to use throughout their career. Flinders has a world-class reputation for research and innovation, informing the professions that shape our society and developing technologies that are transforming people s lives. Flinders is ranked among the top 2% of research universities in the world, and the discoveries of our researchers drive what you learn in the classroom.

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9 FLINDERS UNIVERSITY S SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AIMS TO BE AT THE FOREFRONT OF THIS EDUCATIONAL CHANGE. THROUGH TEACHING, RESEARCH, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, THE SCHOOL IS HELPING TO SHAPE THE FUTURE OF EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND PRACTICE. THIS IS DRIVEN BY A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH THAT CONNECTS DIVERSE DISCIPLINES TO GENERATE INNOVATIVE EDUCATION SOLUTIONS AND INITIATIVES. EDUCATION AT FLINDERS Flinders offers a suite of courses to prepare you to become an effective and appropriately skilled teacher at all stages of the education and life journey, from birth and early childhood through to secondary school. Each education course at Flinders is taken as a double degree program that combines education studies with a specific teaching focus in areas such as arts, disability studies, health sciences, science or languages. Whatever your choice, you will be eligible to apply for registration as a teacher in South Australia upon graduation. The following education double degree programs are available at Flinders: Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/ Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/ Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling/Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/ Bachelor of Languages By combining specific teaching skills with the broader focus of another degree, Flinders provides the depth and breadth of knowledge that modern teaching demands. You will also be equipped to seek jobs appropriate to a graduate in arts, science, health sciences, disability studies or languages, while also offering employers the benefit of your formal teaching qualifications. We believe that good teachers need to combine high-level knowledge with values, skills, personal dispositions, sensitivities and capabilities suitable to the career. Whatever pathway you choose, about half of your study program will comprise education topics and field experience. The other half will allow you to meet the requirements of the second degree. Subjects from both degrees are taken in all four years of study. PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION Graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE The professional experience program is a component of all our education degrees. As a student, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. You must have cleared a child related employment screening before you can undertake your compulsory professional experience. You will be sent details about the process once you are offered a place in a Bachelor of Education at Flinders. Over the four years of the double degree, you are required to complete a minimum of 80 days of professional experience.

10 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD)/ BACHELOR OF ARTS PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD)/ ARTS AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/ Bachelor of Arts is designed to prepare early childhood (birth to age eight) educators. You will be provided with the background and skills necessary to enter the early childhood teaching profession with confidence and competence. As a student in the course, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. In Australia, early childhood education is a priority of both state and federal governments and this double degree makes you eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM In the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/ Bachelor of Arts you will choose one Bachelor of Arts major while acquiring knowledge about young children, their families and the community services that provide for their care and education. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD) The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) will prepare you to become an effective teacher of children from birth to eight years of age in a range of community settings. Through professional experience placements in early childhood settings, you will be able to combine your theory knowledge with your curriculum studies and put them into practice. BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) The Bachelor of Arts (BA) provides a comprehensive, liberal education for all new teachers. By studying a double degree with a BA you will complete a major sequence and a minor sequence chosen from approximately 37 different options. Major areas of study can include: applied linguistics, Australian studies, biological sciences, business studies, Chinese, creative writing, criminal justice, drama, earth sciences, English, French, geography and environmental studies, history, Indonesian, information technology, Italian, legal studies, mathematics, Modern Greek, physical education, political studies, screen and media, Spanish, sociology, visual arts, and women s studies. Minor areas of study depending on the specific course can include Indigenous studies and health education. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/Bachelor of Arts may also be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Honours). Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)/Bachelor of Arts on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad EARLY CHILDHOOD/ARTS GIVES YOU THE BACKGROUND AND SKILLS TO ENTER EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHING WITH CONFIDENCE PROVIDES AN UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO CO-CONSTRUCT INCLUSIVE AND CHALLENGING CURRICULUM FOR CHILDREN UP TO AGE EIGHT

11 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD & SPECIAL EDUCATION)/ BACHELOR OF DISABILITY STUDIES PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD & SPECIAL EDUCATION)/ DISABILITY STUDIES AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies aims to help you become an effective educator of young children in the early years (birth to age eight) including those with disabilities and/or learning or behavioural difficulties. As a student in the course, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course also prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting children with disabilities and their families within the broader community through disability professions. In Australia, early childhood education is a priority of both state and federal governments and this double degree makes you eligible to apply for registration with the Teachers Registration Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies enables you to combine in-depth study of the general primary curriculum with studies in special education and disability. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD) The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) will prepare you to become an effective teacher of children from birth to eight years of age in a range of community settings. Through professional experience placements in early childhood settings, you will be able to combine your theory knowledge with your curriculum studies and put them into practice. BACHELOR OF DISABILITY STUDIES The Bachelor of Disability Studies prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting students with disabilities and their families within the broader community. By taking a double degree with a Bachelor of Disability Studies you will study a combination of topics related to teaching students living with disability and learning or behavioural difficulties. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Special Education)/ Bachelor of Disability Studies on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad EARLY CHILDHOOD/ SPECIAL EDUCATION PROVIDES AN UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO CO-CONSTRUCT INCLUSIVE AND CHALLENGING CURRICULUM FOR CHILDREN UP TO AGE EIGHT PREPARES YOU TO COMBINE IN-DEPTH STUDY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION WITH STUDIES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND DISABILITY

12 ROMINA STUDIED A BACHELOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AT FLINDERS UNIVERSITY. I JUST LOVE BEING WITH KIDS, TO PICK UP THEIR STRENGTHS, IDENTIFY WHAT S CHALLENGING FOR THEM AND TO HELP THEM MAXIMISE THEIR POTENTIAL. EARLY-CHILDHOOD TEACHER AT ST PETERS WOODLANDS GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE FLINDERS EDUCATION GRADUATE I enjoy watching them progress, build their confidence and flourish. It s great to see their little faces when they ve done something they couldn t do before. Early childhood education was an easy choice for Romina and she greatly enjoyed the degree. I love studying; I like doing the research, I like writing essays, I enjoy going to the library. I found the course very stimulating. Romina found that the course work helped her to build critical thinking skills, and an understanding of teaching philosophy. It s great to have the theory to help explain teaching methodologies; why you think something is important, or necessary. If a parent asks you why you re doing this or that, you can draw on theory to underpin your explanation. Romina gained great confidence and applied knowledge through the extensive teaching practicums organised by Flinders. In theory, certain things sound really good, but in practice they don t work. The setting and types of children you have under your care play a major role in shaping what happens in the classroom. Teaching practicums are where you determine what does and doesn t work, and get to observe and learn from teachers who ve been in the job for a long time. It s an immensely valuable way to get hands-on experience and see the routines. On graduation, Romina was pleased to be offered work by St Peters Woodlands Grammar School, the school where she did her final teaching practicum. I realised that my degree was something I did for myself. It s learning and experience for life, not just for grades or to get a piece of paper.

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14 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY R-7)/ BACHELOR OF ARTS PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (PRIMARY R-7)/ARTS AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/ Bachelor of Arts prepares you to teach in primary schools, from reception to year seven. As a student in the course, you are required to be available full-time to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM In the Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/ Bachelor of Arts you will undertake a specialisation in one major area chosen from the Bachelor of Arts program. The course gives you the opportunity to undertake professional experience placements in primary schools where you can put your skills and knowledge into practice as a student teacher. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY R-7) The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7) will prepare you to teach the key learning areas in primary schools, from reception up to year seven. You will receive the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to become a primary school teacher. BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) The Bachelor of Arts (BA) provides a comprehensive, liberal education for all new teachers. By studying a double degree with a BA you will complete a major sequence and a minor sequence chosen from approximately 37 different options. Major areas of study can include: applied linguistics, Australian studies, biological sciences, business studies, Chinese, creative writing, criminal justice, drama, earth sciences, English, French, geography and environmental studies, history, Indonesian, information technology, Italian, legal studies, mathematics, Modern Greek, physical education, political studies, screen and media, Spanish, sociology, visual arts, and women s studies. Minor areas of study depending on the specific course can include Indigenous studies and health education. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts may also be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Honours). Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7)/Bachelor of Arts on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad PRIMARY R-7/ARTS PREPARES YOU TO BECOME AN EFFECTIVE, SKILLED PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN FOUR YEARS OPENS A WIDER RANGE OF CAREER OPTIONS THAN CONVENTIONAL TEACHING PROGRAMS

15 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY R-7 & SPECIAL EDUCATION)/ BACHELOR OF DISABILITY STUDIES PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (PRIMARY R-7/ SPECIAL EDUCATION)/DISABILITY STUDIES AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies aims to help you become an effective teacher of students in the primary years (reception to year seven) including those with disabilities and/or learning or behavioural difficulties. This course also prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting children with disabilities and their families within the broader community through disability professions. As a student in the course, you are required to be available full-time to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies enables you to combine in-depth study of the general primary curriculum with studies in special education and disability. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (PRIMARY R-7) The Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7) will prepare you to teach the key learning areas in primary schools, from reception up to year seven. You will receive the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to become a primary school teacher. BACHELOR OF DISABILITY STUDIES The Bachelor of Disability Studies prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting students with disabilities and their families within the broader community. By taking a double degree with a Bachelor of Disability Studies you will study a combination of topics related to teaching students living with disability and learning or behavioural difficulties. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 & Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad PRIMARY R-7/ SPECIAL EDUCATION PREPARES YOU TO COMBINE IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE PRIMARY CURRICULUM WITH STUDIES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND DISABILITY AIMS TO PRODUCE EFFECTIVE TEACHERS OF YOUNG STUDENTS INCLUDING THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AND/ OR DISABILITIES

16 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE & SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ BACHELOR OF ARTS PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ARTS AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts enables you to choose a teaching focus of either middle or secondary schooling and combine it with a specialist area from the Bachelor of Arts. You will develop knowledge of curriculum relevant to your chosen discipline, use educational theory to inform your judgement, and apply what you have learnt in a range of educational settings. As a student in the course you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary)/Bachelor of Arts enables you to choose a teaching focus of either middle schooling or secondary schooling and select a number of specialist areas from the Bachelor of Arts. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING) The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling) will prepare you to teach in middle or secondary schools, covering years six to twelve. The following specialisations are available: humanities and social sciences, information technology, English, drama, health education, physical education, modern languages, biology, earth sciences, mathematics, visual arts, legal studies and business education. In the first two years all students undertake a common program of study and then choose either the middle schooling strand (years six to ten) or the secondary schooling strand (years eight to twelve). Professional experience as a student teacher in a middle or secondary school environment will enable you to put your skills into practice. BACHELOR OF ARTS (BA) The Bachelor of Arts (BA) provides a comprehensive, liberal education for all new teachers. By studying a double degree with a BA you will complete a major sequence and a minor sequence chosen from approximately 37 different options. Major areas of study can include: applied linguistics, Australian studies, biological sciences, business studies, Chinese, creative writing, criminal justice, drama, earth sciences, English, French, geography, history, Indonesian, information technology, Italian, legal studies, mathematics, Modern Greek, physical education, political studies, psychology, screen and media, Spanish, sociology, visual arts, and women s studies. Minor areas of study depending on the specific course can include Indigenous studies and health education. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts may also be eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Honours). Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Middle & Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Arts on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad MIDDLE & SECONDARY/ARTS PREPARES YOU TO BECOME AN EFFECTIVE, SKILLED MIDDLE OR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN FOUR YEARS OPENS A WIDER RANGE OF CAREER OPTIONS THAN CONVENTIONAL TEACHING PROGRAMS

17 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE & SECONDARY SCHOOLING/SPECIAL EDUCATION)/ BACHELOR OF DISABILITY STUDIES PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING/SPECIAL EDUCATION)/DISABILITY STUDIES AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary/Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies aims to help you become an effective teacher of middle and secondary students including those with disabilities and/ or learning or behavioural difficulties. This course also prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting children with disabilities and their families within the broader community through disability professions. As a student in the course, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary/Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies provides study in the appropriate disciplines taught in years six to twelve of middle and secondary schools. It enables you to combine in-depth study of the general middle schooling and secondary curriculum with studies in special education and disability. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING) The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling) will prepare you to teach in middle or secondary schools, covering years six to twelve. The following specialisations are available: humanities and social sciences, information technology, English, drama, health education, physical education, modern languages, biology, earth sciences, mathematics, visual arts, legal studies and business education. In the first two years all students undertake a common program of study and then choose either the middle schooling strand (years six to ten) or the secondary schooling strand (years eight to twelve). Professional experience as a student teacher in a middle or secondary school environment will enable you to put your skills into practice. BACHELOR OF DISABILITY STUDIES The Bachelor of Disability Studies prepares you for a range of professional roles related to supporting students with disabilities and their families within the broader community. By taking a double degree with a Bachelor of Disability Studies you will study a combination of topics related to teaching students living with disability and learning or behavioural difficulties. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Middle & Secondary Schooling/Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad MIDDLE & SECONDARY/ SPECIAL EDUCATION PREPARES YOU TO COMBINE IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE MIDDLE AND SECONDARY CURRICULUM WITH STUDIES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND DISABILITY AIMS TO PRODUCE EFFECTIVE TEACHERS OF YOUNG STUDENTS INCLUDING THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AND/ OR DISABILITIES

18 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE & SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ HEALTH SCIENCES AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Health Sciences enables you to choose a teaching focus of either middle schooling or secondary schooling and select either a health education or physical education stream. You will gain the broad-based knowledge and generic skills that apply to health and are necessary for middle or secondary school teaching. As a student in the course, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Health Sciences offers you the choice of a specialisation either in physical education or health education combined with a second teaching specialisation. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING) The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling) will prepare you to teach in middle or secondary schools, covering years six to twelve. The following specialisations are available: humanities and social sciences, information technology, English, drama, health education, physical education, modern languages, biology, earth sciences, mathematics, visual arts, legal studies and business education. In the first two years all students undertake a common program of study and then choose either the middle schooling strand (years six to ten) or the secondary schooling strand (years eight to twelve). Professional experience as a student teacher in a middle or secondary school environment will enable you to put your skills into practice. BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES The Bachelor of Health Sciences offers core health sciences topics and a choice from one of two specialist streams. The health education stream explores the ideas of and relationship between health, education and population capacity building. The physical education stream combines human movement studies with the theory and practice of promoting healthy living across the lifespan. You may choose a second teaching area when specialising in either health or physical education. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. MIDDLE & SECONDARY/ HEALTH SCIENCES GIVES YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO INSTIL YOUR FUTURE STUDENTS WITH A PASSION FOR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING ENABLES YOU TO APPLY YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION OR HEALTH EDUCATION IN MIDDLE OR SECONDARY SCHOOL SETTINGS

19 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE & SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ BACHELOR OF SCIENCE PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ SCIENCE AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary)/Bachelor of Science enables you to choose a teaching focus of either middle schooling or secondary schooling and select a number of specialist areas from the Bachelor of Science. It gives you the broad foundation in science necessary to provide your future students with high levels of scientific, mathematical and technological literacy. As a student in the course, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Science enables you to teach in middle and secondary school subjects such as general science, mathematics, information technology, biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences, humanities, social sciences, drama, English, visual art, health and physical education, and languages other than English. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING) The Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling) will prepare you to teach in middle or secondary schools, covering years six to twelve. The following specialisations are available: humanities and social sciences, information technology, English, drama, health education, physical education, modern languages, biology, earth sciences, mathematics, visual arts, chemistry, physics, legal studies and business education. In the first two years all students undertake a common program of study and then choose either the middle schooling strand (years six to ten) or the secondary schooling strand (years eight to twelve). Professional experience as a student teacher in a middle or secondary school environment will enable you to put your skills into practice. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE The Bachelor of Science provides the foundation skills required to effectively teach subjects which draw on mathematics, science or technology. The Bachelor of Science can be taken in a double degree with the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling). You will complete a range of first-year science topics then complete a major sequence and a minor sequence of your choice. Options might include biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, earth science, mathematics or physics. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. MIDDLE & SECONDARY/ SCIENCE ENABLES YOU TO USE YOUR PASSION FOR SCIENCE TO TEACH IN A MIDDLE OR SECONDARY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT PREPARES YOU TO BECOME AN EFFECTIVE, SKILLED MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN FOUR YEARS More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/ Bachelor of Health Sciences and Bachelor of Education (Middle and Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Science on our undergraduate courses page via: FLINDERS.EDU.AU/COURSES/ UNDERGRAD

20 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/ BACHELOR OF LANGUAGES PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Advanced diploma HONOURS AVAILABLE Yes BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM EDUCATION (SECONDARY SCHOOLING)/LANGUAGES AT FLINDERS The Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Languages prepares you to teach foreign languages at the year twelve level. You will combine the skills and knowledge to become a secondary school teacher with the qualifications to teach two different foreign languages. Languages available are Chinese, French, German Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Modern Greek and Spanish, plus English as a second language. As a student of the course, you are required to be available to undertake professional experiences in a range of diverse educational contexts. Requirements of professional experience include obtaining a child related employment screening. This course makes you eligible to apply for Board of South Australia upon graduation. STUDY PROGRAM The Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/Bachelor of Languages prepares you to teach foreign languages at the year twelve level. You will combine the skills and knowledge to become a secondary school teacher with the qualifications to teach two different foreign languages or one foreign language and English as a second language. BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SECONDARY SCHOOLING) The Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling) will prepare you to teach in secondary schools, covering years eight to twelve. In the first two years all students undertake a common program of study and then move on to the secondary schooling strand (years eight to twelve). Professional experience as a student teacher in a secondary school environment will enable you to put your skills into practice. BACHELOR OF LANGUAGES In the Bachelor of Languages you will complete major sequences to teach two secondary school subjects related to languages and chosen from Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Modern Greek, Spanish, or teaching English as a second language. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates are eligible to apply for Board of South Australia. Some potential occupations for graduates include teacher, school coordinator, curriculum and policy advisor, and adviser to state and federal government departments and policy makers. Potential employers include government, independent and Catholic schools, and government departments of education. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include graduate certificates in education specialisations, master of education specialisations, PhD or EdD. SECONDARY/LANGUAGES PREPARES YOU TO BECOME AN EFFECTIVE, SKILLED SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN FOUR YEARS QUALIFIES YOU TO TEACH TWO DIFFERENT FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT THE YEAR TWELVE LEVEL More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Education (Secondary Schooling)/ Bachelor of Languages on our undergraduate courses page via: FLINDERS.EDU.AU/COURSES/ UNDERGRAD

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22 DAVID FOUND UNIVERSITY A CHALLENGE TO BEGIN WITH, BUT ONE WELL WORTH COMING TO GRIPS WITH. IT LED HIM TO A CAREER IN TEACHING SCIENCE. MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS TEACHER AT PORT LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) FLINDERS EDUCATION GRADUATE University was a bit of a culture shock at first you re independent and responsible for your own learning compared to school, and that pushed me. The transition from the country was pretty tough financially, leaving friends and family... My brother was the first one in our extended family to go to university. Our parents worked hard to get us where we are and I didn t want to let them down. Now I ve done honours, have a double degree in education and science, and I m heading into a career as a teacher. David found that the university experience, and the support Flinders provided, helped him to grow, find direction and develop invaluable skills. I ve changed in many different ways at Flinders. My life goals and plans have certainly changed. My work ethic and skills in terms of time management are a lot better. I was forced to address them if I wanted to do well, then those were the skills I needed to work on and improve. I got a lot of advice from other students and teachers. David s time at Flinders and his experience with the University s teaching staff helped inspire him to become the teacher he is today. I had lecturers in maths and physics who were really supportive and willing to put in extra time. They had an open door policy and were very engaging in class. That s what I ll try to focus on when I m in the classroom. In education it s about getting students to realise what they re doing and the importance of it. That s one of the main things I m going to do in my classroom.

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24 MASTER OF TEACHING If you already have an undergraduate degree, our postgraduate programs in teaching build on your prior learning and qualify you for teacher registration upon graduation. These courses enable you to develop advanced professional knowledge, practice and relationship skills relevant to teaching. They offer core topics in education studies, curriculum studies and teaching practice as well as professional placements. The following courses are available: Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) Master of Teaching (Primary R-7) Master of Teaching (Secondary) Master of Teaching (Special Education) (Primary R-7 Stream) Master of Teaching (Special Education) (Secondary Stream) Graduates are suitable for careers as teachers in early childhood centres and schools, primary schools and secondary schools, and as special education teachers. The Master of Teaching is a pre-service teaching degree and admission normally will not be granted to applicants who already hold a teaching qualification. Applications for the Master of Teaching are made via the SATAC website: satac.edu.au

25 BACHELOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (GRADUATE ENTRY) The Bachelor of Special Education provides additional specialist training for registered teachers at all levels of the school system. It allows teachers to prepare for work in special schools and special classes or for work as resource or support teachers in regular schools. It also enables them to extend their range of skills as regular classroom teachers able to cater for a wide ability range of students including those with gifts and talents. The content of the program is appropriate for teachers at all levels from preschools through to TAFE. Applications for the Bachelor of Special Education are made via the SATAC website: satac.edu.au

26 BACHELOR OF SPORT, HEALTH & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PREREQUISITES ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE SATAC CODE ATAR GUARANTEED ENTRY ATAR TAFELINK Cert IV or above BONUS POINTS UEQ, LLM This course does not qualify graduates for teacher registration SPORT, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AT FLINDERS Flinders University s Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity is the only course in South Australia which enables you to combine study in areas such as sport and physical activity, sport coaching, marketing, tourism, applied sport science, nutrition and business. This course will provide you with the theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and industry contacts required to enter a sports-related field of employment. It will also give you an excellent opportunity to develop contacts and networks with potential employers, such as local and national sporting clubs and associations, sport marketing firms and other organisations in the sport, tourism and health industries. In the final year of the course, you will be required to complete an industry placement that will help you start your career with confidence. This is the only sports-based course in South Australia that offers easy articulation with a teaching qualification, giving you the opportunity to become a health and physical education teacher upon completion of the Master of Teaching at Flinders. Sport, health and physical activity involves engagement with aspects of sports from a variety of disciplinary viewpoints, including sociological and biophysical perspectives. It also involves the study of the relationship of sport, health and physical activity to other broad areas such as tourism, business, marketing, disability studies and nutrition. STUDY PROGRAM You will undertake core sports and health based topics in combination with topics in business, tourism, nutrition and health sciences. In the final year of the course, you will be required to complete an industry placement, which will provide you with an excellent opportunity to develop contacts and networks with potential employers such as local and national sporting clubs and associations, sport marketing firms and other organisations in the sport, health and physical activity industries. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Some potential occupations for graduates include council sport and recreation officer, sport development officer, youth programs and performance coordinator, recreation participation officer, sport manager, and sport coach. Potential employers include local, national and international sporting bodies; state government departments; sports industry groups; recreation industry groups; local councils; and international sporting event organisations. For more information on careers services and potential career opportunities go to: flinders.edu.au/careers FURTHER STUDY A Bachelor of Education (Honours) is available. Other further study options include research higher degrees including the Master of Teaching. FIND OUT MORE More course information can be found by navigating to the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity on our undergraduate courses page via: flinders.edu.au/courses/undergrad

27 ENABLES YOU TO COMBINE THE STUDY OF SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH OTHER AREAS INCLUDING TOURISM, BUSINESS, HEALTH AND NUTRITION PREPARES YOU FOR A CAREER IN THE SPORT DEVELOPMENT, SPORT COACHING, LEISURE, HEALTH, SPORT AND EVENT MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIES PROVIDES YOU WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP CONTACTS AND NETWORKS WITH POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS Our new course offers the ultimate flexibility to a student looking for a career in sport and physical activity. It contains the core topics that allow students to work in any of the sportsrelated fields, and also has facility to assist the transition to becoming a physical education teacher. Murray Drummond PROFESSOR IN SPORT, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION AT FLINDERS UNIVERSITY

28 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE Some courses assume that you will have certain knowledge and skills from previous study (eg SACE). ATAR Australian Tertiary Admission Rank. The ATAR selection rank listed for each course is the minimum year 12 rank in 2015 which guaranteed selection for applicants competing in the year 12 sub-quota. The ATAR selection rank includes any university equity and subject bonus points that may have been applied. BACHELOR DEGREE Normally a first tertiary-level degree also known as an undergraduate degree. COMBINED DEGREES Two courses studied at the same time for which you receive two parchments upon successful completion, eg laws and legal practice/commerce. Cross-credit reduces the total time you study. DOUBLE DEGREES Two courses studied at the same time for which you receive one parchment upon successful completion, eg education/arts. ELECTIVE/OPTION TOPICS Topics in a study area of your interest which can be chosen in addition to core topics. EXTERNAL STUDENT A person undertaking all of their study online on either a full-time or a part-time basis. GPA Grade point average. Your GPA is a measure of your academic achievement at university based on your results for each topic studied. HONOURS A degree involving both coursework and a research thesis generally undertaken after an undergraduate degree and before a postgraduate research degree. Honours usually adds one year to the duration of a regular undergraduate degree and is either applied for separately or as part of an undergraduate degree with honours included. IB International baccalaureate. IB qualifications are recognised by Flinders for entry into undergraduate programs LLM SA Language, Literacy and Mathematics Bonus Scheme. Students who have successfully completed a secondary school subject in specific language, English and mathematics categories will be eligible for between two and four bonus points under the scheme (excludes Bachelor of Clinical Sciences/Doctor of Medicine applicants). MODE Mode refers to how a course is delivered. Most Flinders courses are delivered internally ie on-campus; however, some are available externally or as a combination of both. POSTGRADUATE COURSE A university course studied after completion of an undergraduate degree. PREREQUISITE Some courses require you to have completed specific subjects in your previous study (eg SACE). SACE South Australian Certificate of Education. The SACE is awarded to South Australian students who successfully complete year 12. SEMESTER The academic year is divided into two semesters usually late-february to mid- June, and late-july to November. Some individual topics are also available to study over the summer break. STAT Special Tertiary Admissions Test. You can sit the STAT if entering Flinders via the Adult Entry Scheme. The test is designed to assess your ability to study at university. TOPIC A subject studied as part of a degree program. Core topics are compulsory subjects that form the basis of a study program. UEQ SA Universities Equity Scheme. Students from certain specified secondary schools, and students from other schools who are able to demonstrate their individual disadvantage, are eligible for five bonus points under the scheme. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE A first tertiary-level degree also known as a bachelor degree. UNIT Each topic is given a weighting in units. Flinders topics are weighted in multiples of 4.5 units. Full-time students normally complete 18 units each semester, or 36 units a year.

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