Become a leader in teaching Digital Technologies at your school
Enhance your skills and expertise in teaching the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies through the Master of Education (Digital Technologies).
Deepen your knowledge and understanding of fundamental computer science concepts such as digital systems and data representation, algorithm design and programming.
Drive change at your school through professional development and training, and strategic planning and school leadership.
Develop and apply research skills relevant to computing education as well as strategies for leading the adoption and implementation of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.
The Master of Education (Digital Technologies) is an online degree offered by the University of Sydney in conjunction with the Australian Computing Academy.
“If you want to be one of the best digitech educators in Australia, do this course.”
The Master of Education (Digital Technologies) will deepen your knowledge and practice of educational theory, research and skills as applied to the teaching of the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies.
You will be taught by leading experts from the University of Sydney. The teaching team brings together curriculum, research, pedagogical and classroom expertise to showcase best practice in the delivery of Digital Technologies. It is ideal for current and future teachers, educational administrators and researchers in the delivery of digital technologies.
All lectures are online. Choose to study full or part time, and fit study around your other commitments.
All activities (including assessments) are geared around the teaching of Digital Technologies, so you can take what you learn and apply it in your classroom.
Position yourself to take advantage of the rapidly growing demand for teachers qualified in digital technologies. Become a leader in your school in the delivery of Digital Technologies.
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