A person’s education is a ladder to their future. Teachers pass on knowledge, skills and confidence to others, helping them develop, grow and learn both inside and outside the classroom, helping change our future for the better.
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Are you passionate about helping others?
In a Curtin education course, you’ll learn about the cultural, social and individual needs of children and adults in educational institutions through theory and classroom practice. You’ll also discover different ways you can make a real difference to their future.
If you choose secondary education, you can specialise in a particular subject area.
Top 150 in the world
We’re ranked in the top 150 in the world for Education and Training.
QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021
Gain practical teaching experience
Complete teaching placements in schools and gain professional experience before you graduate.
Learn in real-world settings
Practise your teaching skills in our industry-standard classrooms that replicate authentic school environments.
Virtual reality in the chemistry classroom
Curtin researchers have received designed a series of virtual reality (VR) learning activities to showcase the structure of an enzyme and its reactions, to first-year Curtin chemistry students. Associate Professor Mihye Won, a researcher within Curtin University’s School of Education, says the technology helps students better understand the scale and complexity of the reaction.
“VR gives a superior sense of what is happening in the molecular world – you can zoom in and out, and move around in an natural way. It makes it much easier to see molecular structures and key parts of a reaction. “There are tons of possibilities for educational VR and improving student outcomes.”
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