Education systems in some countries might use a level system divided into 10 levels. High levels imply more complex learning.
Most education systems cover a wide range of qualifications from certificates to PhD.
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Designed to advance quality teaching, learning, research and scholarship skills in the early childhood sector, this research-based Master’s is ideal for graduates who have a degree and want to take their educational and professional skills to a higher level.
The Young Child: Childhood in the Early Years.
Children and Families in Early Childhood Education.
The Authentic Leader.
Communities of Learning: Making Connections in Early Childhood Education.
Research Methods in Early Childhood Education.
The Arts in Early Childhood Education.
The Effective Early Childhood Manager.
The Ethical Self in Early Childhood Education.
Working with Adults: Participating in Dynamic Relations.
The Philosophy of Early Childhood: Historical and Modern Perspectives.
Wellbeing in Early Childhood Education.
- Bachelor’s Degree level 7, or higher qualification with an average grade deemed acceptable to the Academic Board, or completed the requirements of the Postgraduate Diploma in Education from NZTC with a grade point average of merit or higher;
- declare any physical or learning disability or diverse needs that may impact on the performance as a student;
- applicants may be required to succeed in a personal interview.
- credit for prior formal learning may be awarded towards this qualification at the discretion of the College.