• 4 June 2020, 4:30pm to 4 June 2020, 5:00pm
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Launch an exciting career in teaching with Victoria University's Master of Teaching (Primary Education) or Master of Teaching (Secondary Education).

Join our online webinar via Zoom to hear all about the benefits of studying one of our teaching courses.

You'll have the opportunity to:

  • learn about our Master of Teaching (Primary Education) or Master of Teaching (Secondary Education)
  • find out about your pathways into teaching
  • ask questions live
  • discover the benefits of studying on campus, and online.

Features of our teaching courses

  • VU is a leading provider of teaching courses in Australia.
  • You’ll learn from the best with our leading educators.
  • Our students’ graduate industry-ready with our practical learning, placement programs, and strong industry connections.

Speakers

Lecturer, College of Sport & Exercise Science

David Marsden is a lecturer in the College of Sport and Exercise Science. He has an extensive background and passion for outdoor/environmental education and recreation, and is a bushwalking, ski touring, canoeing, white-water rafting and ropes instructor.

After a childhood engaged in outdoor pursuits, David worked as a field-based outdoor educator and senior operations manager for over 15 years. He currently coordinates a range of outdoor subjects at Victoria University including theories of outdoor education, environmental inquiry, outdoor and environmental philosophy, ski touring, and leadership in the outdoors.

Associate Professor, College of Arts & Education

Mark Vicars has 24 years of working in education in several countries in primary, secondary and post-16 contexts with 15 of those in higher education. He has extensive international, multi-sector experience of teaching and learning in Australia and Asia, and has generated international opportunities for collaborative partnerships focused on the teaching/research nexus.

Mark has developed research affiliations and education partnerships internationally to deliver educational workplace training and research.& Mark’s philosophy of praxis is underpinned by principles of social justice. His research draws upon critical poststructuralist/postcolonial and queer theory to interrogate the discourses and pedagogies of social and educational inclusion in and across international educational systems.

Associate Professor, College of Arts & Education

Marcelle Cacciattolo is a sociologist and an associate professor at Victoria University's College of Arts & Education and she teaches in both undergraduate and postgraduate units. She received her PhD from Monash University in 2002 and is currently the leader of the Initial Teacher Education in the College.

Marcelle was the coordinator of the Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MTESOL) program in Vietnam. She worked with an extensive team at both VU and Hanoi University to deliver a quality teaching and learning program.

Over the last decade her research has been cross-disciplinary, involving health sciences and education-based research. Other research projects that Marcelle has been involved in include: young people and their wellbeing, refugee relocation, social justice, authentic teaching and learning pedagogies within tertiary settings.

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