Adelaide大学Master of Teaching课程更替通知
There has been a significant change to our teaching programs and their admission criteria. The Master of Teaching is no longer being offered at the university, and has been replaced by Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary). In addition, there is now an additional non-academic entry requirement for all teacher education programs across Australia. As such, your offer dated 27 October 2017 has been withdrawn. If you pass the additional entry requirement, we will issue you a new offer for the new version of this program.
Applicants must demonstrate their suitability for study and work in the teaching profession by showing their understanding of, and experiences with seven key capabilities associated with successful teaching:
Motivation to teach
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Willingness to learn
Belief in your ability to succeed
Organisational and planning skills
The University of Adelaide will assess your non-academic capabilities through a teacher capability statement (TCS). You should submit a written statement between 400 and 600 words, and address the above capabilities via the following three statements:
Question 1. Explain what you think teaching involves.
Question 2. Outline the personal and academic qualities you possess that will enable you to become an effective teacher.
Question 3. Describe your attitude to learning and provide and example of something your have learned that was meaningful.
Regard each question as important and address each one individually
Where possible, address each of the capabilities
Provide evidence where possible for a statement (i.e. do not write “I have strong resilience in life and deal with challenges happily” but “my resilience is demonstrated by the fact that during Year 12 I was sick for a month with glandular fever and…”
Evidence is sometimes relevant to more than one capability – it is acceptable to include relevant examples in addressing more than on capability
Keep to the word limit of between 400-600 words