The master of special education is designed for teachers and others with relevant experience who want to gain postgraduate qualifications in special education professionals and to acquire or update their expertise. The approach used in the program combines theory and practice, with emphasis on applying research to the best teaching methods. The program includes 8 courses and a practicum.
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College is definitely another hard and challenging chapter in any student’s life. At times, you might find it hard to focus and stay on top of your goals, so if you want to come up with productive studying techniques that you can use, you should get a copy of the Pilot Speed Study Review. This [...]
If you’re planning to study in Australia, Griffith University is a great choice for your studies. It has an exceptional reputation, and this will surely stand you in good stead for future employment. With over 300 degrees to choose from, this university offers students an exceptional choice. The team of professors and tutors who teach [...]
Posted on 12. Jun, 2012 by admin.
Millions of eager students enter the most well-known and popular degree programs every year. From psychology and sociology to communications and criminal science, these concentrations prepare several students to thrive in increasingly competitive job markets. There are other degree programs you probably never knew existed and aren’t offered at every college or university. Learn about [...]
Posted on 08. May, 2012 by admin.
Businessmen, financial investors, investment advisor, and bank managers, as well as, students and anyone who is interested in making it big in bonds and securities trade would certainly benefit from taking lessons from a trust university. Financial securities and bonds are good investments especially when you know how they work best. Also, there are various [...]
Posted on 24. Mar, 2010 by admin.
In this lecture, author Susanna de Vries will speak about her latest book ‘Females on the Fatal Shore: Australia’s Brave Pioneers’. Females on the Fatal Shore documents the story of the lives of 12 significant women who sailed to the Australian colonies in its founding years. Every Australian will take pride in the accomplishments of [...]
‘Science Visualization in prime time TV – documentaries and Material Science Research’ Location: SymbioticA Room 228, Level 2, School of Anatomy and Human Biology, UWA, 3:30-5pm; Alfred Vendl will present and discuss several short examples of documentaries featuring the application of different effects techniques such as extreme slow-motion, as well as examples showing a combination [...]
Posted on 11. Mar, 2010 by admin.
Cuba gives more medical aid to the Third World than all the wealthy G8 countries combined and has more doctors working abroad than the World Health Organisation. Today, 300 volunteer Cuban doctors work in East Timor and 1000 East Timorese students have been granted medical scholarships by Cuba. The Doctors of Tomorrow interviews some of [...]
Posted on 10. Mar, 2010 by admin.
John Barrett-Lennard is Director of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and Margaret Moore is Manager of Visual Arts at the Perth International Arts Festival. In this inaugural session of the Wednesday Night Conversations series, they will discuss the importance of exhibiting international artists like Aernout Mik in Perth, and consider its implications for the local [...]