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A person’s education is the stepladder to their future. You’ll learn about the cultural, social and individual needs of children in school through educational theory and classroom practice, and discover different ways you can make a real difference to their future. If you choose secondary education, you can specialise in a particular area of teaching.

Curtin student, Sarah Graves, looking at camera and smiling.

Sarah Graves – Bachelor of Education (Primary Education)

I thoroughly enjoyed how the course allowed me to be very creative. Most assessments were designed in a way that I could develop meaningful learning experiences in my own style and consistent with my personal teaching philosophy. I also enjoyed learning about contemporary movements in education.

Did you know?

Did you know?

The Department of Education in Western Australia is the largest employer in the state, offering diverse employment opportunities in over 800 locations, and some of the highest teaching salaries in Australia.

More than just a degree

From the eye-opening experience of volunteering in Nepal to the hometown return fulfilling a dream of teaching in the community where you grew up, these are glimpses at truly transformative educational experiences.


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