in building professional competence through study at ECU at masters level, as the Nedlands (Secondary) Teachers College had a focus on developing the professional competence of secondary teachers, many of whom served in rural and remote areas.
Frequency: Once only payment
Method: Electronic funds transfer
- Applicants must be secondary teachers, teaching at a rural or remote secondary school, including rural district high schools, within Western Australia
- Commencing the 1st year of the Master of Education, or having completed no more than two units of the Master of Education
Level of Study:
- Masters courses by coursework or research
- Education and Arts
- School of Education
- Full-time on-campus
- Part-time on-campus
- Australian citizen
- Australian permanent resident
Applicants are required to provide their Curriculum Vitae (no more than 2 x A4 pages) outlining their teaching experience, particularly in rural/remote areas.
Based on academic merit and teaching experience
Application opening date: 14 January 2011
Application closing date: 25 February 2011
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