Join us at JobsCentral’s Career and Education Fair at Suntec Convention Centre. Dr. Mandie Shean from Edith Cowan University (ECU) will be giving a talk about how you can earn your Master of Education (Special Education), what you can expect from the programme, Edith Cowan’s unique faculty expertise, and the world of opportunities and career prospects that open for you once you complete this programme.
If you’re wondering what the next steps are for your education and career path, and what a Master in Education (Special Education) can do for you, we recommend you stop by, listen to the talk, and have a conversation with us.
Date: 25th August 2018
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre, Hall 401 – 402
Time: 12:00pm – 12:45pm
|Dr. Mandie Shean has worked as a primary school teacher in a variety of settings, including the far north of Western Australia, ‘difficult to staff’ metropolitan schools, and central Canada. After seeing some of the emotional and psychological needs of children, she retrained as a psychologist. She continued to teach and be active in the community whilst studying. Working as a school psychologist she was able to apply the theoretical knowledge to practical issues in schools. Her current role is lecturer/researcher at ECU in the School of Education, specialising in resilience, students with diverse needs, working with challenging youth, and behaviour management.|
Attendees to the talk will receive an SGD$800 education voucher that can be redeemed for any new course application!*
* Limited to the first 100 attendees. Other terms & conditions apply.
The Master of Education (Special Education) is conducted in Singapore by Edith Cowan University (ECU), one of the largest universities in Western Australia and ranked the top public university in Australia for student experience (2017-2018 QUILT survey).
Programmes are developed with industry groups with a strong focus on graduate’s employability skills, and contextualised to suit the workplace experience.