Edith Cowan University (ECU) is the second-largest university, most popular, and longest established school of education in Western Australia (WA). It is home to over 30,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students, including over 6,000 international students from more than 100 countries.
The experienced academic team are world leaders in tertiary teaching in the area of teacher education and strive to find better ways to prepare quality teachers through innovative teaching and learning, research and community based partnerships with schools. ECU has been at the forefront of teacher education for over 100 years and has a strong reputation for the quality of its graduates.
ECU was also rated Australia’s number 1 public university on a range of measures across the following disciplines: Overall education experience, Teaching quality, Skills development, Student support.
In partnership with College of Allied Educators
Edith Cowan University’s Master of Education (Special Education) programme is conducted over the weekends across 24 months in Singapore. Along with exploring policies, pedagogy, research methods in the social sciences, and developing an understanding of education in a global context, you will specialise in:
- Studying current social issues in Special Education
- Advanced study of instructional design for Special Education
- Learning to develop the best strategies for learning difficulties
The programme is designed to help educator’s master their leadership and teaching skills, and is conducted by industry experienced lecturers, with particular focus on:
- Authentic workplace experiences
- Developing real life scenario problem-solving skills
- Collaborative teaching and learning strategies to promote engagement
- Graduate’s employability
- Access to world class facilities
This highly recognised Master of Education (Special Education) programme will multiply your reach and will put you on a path to being an effective leader and educator in your field.