Attain your Master of Education (Special Education) from ECU, a top-ranked university

Attain your Master of Education (Special Education) from ECU, a top-ranked university

Edith Cowan University (ECU)  is the second-largest university, most popular, and longest established school of education in Western Australia (WA). It is home to over 30,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students, including over 6,000 international students from more than 100 countries. Read more

Attain your Master of Education (Special Education)!

Attain your Master of Education (Special Education)!

You have been working for years now as an educator for special needs children. You’ve helped them and guided them through so much in order to help them overcome many issues to help them gain confidence and skills they will need in society.

In that time period you have amassed a wealth of experience with many different issues from real life cases. You know the pitfalls of certain methods and learning styles, and you now know the best, most effective way to handle different cases and situations. Every child you have helped has enriched you and given you valuable information. Read more

Are you ready to master your future in Special Education?

Are you ready to master your future in Special Education?

You have been working for years now as an educator for special needs children. You’ve helped them and guided them through so much in order to help them overcome many issues. All your students have been unique but they’ve all required the right intervention and lesson plans that are best suited to help them gain confidence and skills they will need in society. Read more

What does a Master of Education (Special Education) mean for you?

What does a Master of Education (Special Education) mean for you?

If you have been working for years as an educator for special needs children, you have seen and understand how important all your efforts are, big and small, in helping to guide and educate the children under your care. You have guided them, and you have seen the challenges required, and maybe even helped implement unique intervention and lesson plans best suited to help your students gain the confidence and skills they will need in society. Read more

Have you prepared for the future of Special Education?

Have you prepared for the future of Special Education?

2019 marks the year all Singaporean children of the appropriate age are required to attend school, including children with learning disabilities and other special needs. Prior to this, children with special needs were exempt, with many attending special education schools (SPED) run by voluntary welfare organisations or enrolled in private institutions.

Even with this move, the wait list for schools remain long. As schools and institutes move to increase capacity, demand for experience, leadership, and management become apparent. Read more

What are the future demands of Special Educators?

What are the future demands of Special Educators?

Special Education is a field that has seen an incredible demand and growth for qualified educators. In the foreseeable future, more demand will be placed for educators with specialised training and expertise. Your experience and expertise will be required to help chart the way forward in the field of special education, whether you are dealing with funding, staffing issues, or developing effective curriculum and policies. Read more

Will you lead the future of special education?

Will you lead the future of special education?

Special Education is a field that has seen an incredible demand and growth for qualified educators. As more schools become inclusive and requires more training and expertise, you will be in high demand. Your expertise and experience will help chart the way forward in the field of special education, whether you are dealing with funding, staffing issues, or developing effective curriculum and policies.

This opens up opportunities for people who have experience, will, and heart to make positive contributions to children, and educators working with special needs children. Read more

The future of Special Education is in your hands

The future of Special Education is in your hands

You have been working for years now as an educator for special needs children. You’ve helped them and guided them through so much in order to help them overcome many issues. All your students have been unique but they’ve all required the right intervention and lesson plans that are best suited to help them gain confidence and skills they will need in society.
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